Scopus CiteScore 2019: 3.1, CABS (UK) #2, ESCI status, ranked by ABDC list (Australia) at level B. JGM is also ranked in Nordic countries and Brazil. 



Journal of Global Mobility: The Home of Expatriate Management Research  

Table of Contents: Volume 8, Issue 3/4:


Exploring adjustment mechanisms of adolescent expat kids from South Asia against sociopolitical stigma 

Pratyush Banerjee, Ritu Gupta, Musarrat Shaheen, Rajasekhar David, Kalaa Chenji, Chetna Priyadarshini

How do self-initiated expatriates fit into the Japanese traditional HR system? A call for institutional change to achieve mutual understanding  

Chie Yorozu


The impact of team potency and leadership member exchange on expatriate creative work involvement 

Hanan Saber Almazrouei, Robert Zacca, Noura Alfayez


An outline for an integrated language-sensitive approach to global work and mobility: cross-fertilising expatriate and international business and management research 

Ivan Olav Vulchanov


Personnel mobility in German non-profit organizations – an institutional perspective 

Martina Maletzky, Sina Grosskopf  


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