The JGM BitBlog - The Coverage of JGM: What Do We Publish?

Jan Selmer, Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Global Mobility

•    JGM is the only academic journal to consistently and exclusively focus on topics of global mobility and all types of global employees. 

•    JGM publishes research on global employees, including corporate and self-initiated expatriates and other migrants crossing borders for work purposes. Among those are, for example, inpatriates, international business travelers, short-term assignees, and international commuters. 

•    We are also interested in research on global employees in non-corporate communities, such as diplomats, academics, international school teachers, international volunteers, military, missionaries, sports professionals, international artists and healthcare employees. 

•    Last, but not least, research on low status expatriates are of great interest to JGM. 

•    Associated topics, such as global leadership, recruitment and staffing of global employees, global talent management and global virtual teams are also relevant to the journal. 

•    We also encourage research on key stakeholders involved with global employees, such as family members (e.g., spouses/partners and children), host country nationals who work with global employees, and global mobility professionals.

Submit your manuscript to JGM:

Professor Jan Selmer, Ph.D.
Founding Editor-in-Chief

Journal of Global Mobility (JGM)

Department of Management, Aarhus University

Latest Book: McNulty, Y. & Selmer J. (Eds.) (2017), Research Handbook of Expatriates. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Electronic version

New Article  Stoermer, S., Lauring, J., & Selmer, J. (forthcoming), “Expatriate Creativity and Performance: Examining the Unexpected Interplay between Positive Affectivity and Perceived Cultural Novelty”, International Journal of Intercultural Relations.
New Article:   Stoermer, S., Lauring, J. & Selmer, J. (2020), “Job Characteristics and Perceived Cultural Novelty: Exploring the Consequences for Expatriate Academics' Job Satisfaction", International Journal of Human Resource Managament. Download
New Article:  Stoermer, S., Lauring, J. & Selmer, J. (2019), “Does Angry Temperament Undermine the Beneficial Effects of Expatriates’ Proactive Personality?, European Management Review. Download.
New Article: McNulty, Y., Lauring, J., Jonasson, C., & Selmer, J. (2019), “Highway to Hell? Fit-Dependent Expatriate Crisis Events and How to Deal with Them”, Journal of Global Mobility. Download

New Article: Lauring, J., Selmer, J. & Kubovcikova, A. (2019), "Personality in Context: Effective Traits for Expatriate Managers at Different Levels", International Journal of Human Resource Managament. Download

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