Scopus CiteScore 2020: 2.6, ANVUR (Italy) A, CABS 2021 (UK) 2*, ESCI status, ranked by ABDC 2019 list (Australia) at level B. JGM is also ranked in Nordic countries and Brazil.

Journal of Global Mobility

Table of Contents: Volume 10, Issue 1


The potential of virtual global mobility: implications for practice and future research<>

Jan Selmer, Michael Dickmann, Fabian J. Froese, Jakob Lauring, B. Sebastian Reiche, Margaret Shaffer

Broadening international mentoring: contexts and dynamics of expatriate and HCN intercultural mentoring<>

Marian van Bakel, Vlad Vaiman, Charles M. Vance, Arno Haslberger

It's all in the past: how do colonial legacies between host and home countries affect the expatriate experience?<>

Christopher Richardson

A sense of belonging helps! The alleviating effect of national identification on burnout among diplomats<>

Ling Eleanor Zhang, Jakob Lauring, Ting Liu

Host country employees’ negative perceptions of successive expatriate leadership: the role of leadership transference and implicit leadership theories<>

Sylwia Ciuk, Doris Schedlitzki

When the Chinese guy becomes the female IT specialist Liu – a conceptualization of reputational shifts in international assignments<>

Theresa Bernhard, Dirk Holtbrügge


Why we need to know more about diversity among the globally mobile: a systematic literature review of non-traditional expatriate research and future research agenda for minority expatriates<>

Kate Hutchings

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New Article:  Selmer, J., Dickmann, M., Froese, F.J., Lauring, J., Reiche, B.S. and Shaffer, M. (2021), "The potential of virtual global mobility: implications for practice and future research", Journal of Global Mobility. Download<>
New Article:  Stoermer, S., Selmer, J., & Lauring, J. (2021), "Expatriate Partners’ Personality and its Influence on Acculturation into a New Cultural Context: Examining the Role of Dispositional Affectivity“, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management. Download<>
New Article:  Stoermer, S., Lauring, J., & Selmer, J. (2020), “The Effects of Positive Affectivity on Expatriate Creativity and Perceived Performance: What is the Role of Perceived Cultural Novelty?”, International Journal of Intercultural Relations. Download<>
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<>

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