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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?
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
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