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International Studies of Management & Organization
Editor: Moshe Banai, Baruch College, CUNY
( Moshe_Banai@baruch.cuny.edu(Please do not submit manuscripts))
Founding Editor: J.J. Boddewyn, Baruch College, CUNY
(Jean Boddewyn@baruch.cuny.edu)
Assistant Editor: Naomi Norberg, M.E. Sharpe

International Studies of Management & Organization presents original articles, generally from a number of countries, written for the journal or drawn from collections of papers prepared for relevant meetings around the world. Each issue is devoted to a single subject and is guest-edited by an expert with a particular interest in that subject.
Abstracting and Indexing: Emerald Management Reviews, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, ProQuest Database, and Scopus.

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0020-8825 Vol. 44 (Spring 2014 - Winter 2014-15) 4

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Editorial Board
Giovanni Battista Dagnino, University of Catania, Italy; Paul Beamish, University of Western Ontario, Canada; Rudi Bresser, Free University of Berlin, Germany; Chris Brewster, Reading University, UK; Peter Dowling, La Trobe University, Australia; Nicolai Foss, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark; Takahiro Fujimoto, University of Tokyo, Japan; Igor Gurkov, Moscow State University, Russia; George Hendrikse, Erasmus University, The Netherlands; Julie Li, City University of Hong Kong, China; Michael Morley, University of Limerick, Ireland; Lilach Nachum, Baruch College, City University of New York; Andrew M. Pettigrew, University of Oxford, UK; Raymond-Alain Thietart, ESSEC Business School, France; Yaakov Weber, College of Management, Israel; Joseph Windsperger, University of Vienna, Austria; Udo Zander, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden

Table of Contents
Fall 2014
Vol. 44 No. 03
Yvonne McNulty
Singapore Institute of Management University, Singapore
Helen De Cieri
Monash University, Australia

Guest Editors' Introduction
Advancing the Field of Global Mobility: Reflection, Refraction, and Redirection
Yvonne McNulty and Helen De Cieri 3
Revisiting the Construct of Expatriate Adjustment
Implications for Theory and Measurement
Thomas Hippler (Northern Ireland and Austria), Paula Caligiuri (USA), and Johanna Johnson (USA) 8
Mobility and Emotions
Dispositional Affectivity and Adjustment of Self-Initiated Expatriates
Jan Selmer (Denmark) and Jakob Lauring (Denmark) 25
Cross-Border Mobility of Self-Initiated and Organizational Expatriates
Evidence from Large-Scale Data on Work Histories
Maury Peiperl (Switzerland), Orly Levy (Switzerland), and Michael Sorell (Switzerland) 44
Why Do International Assignments Fail?
The Expatriate Families Speak
Nina Cole (Canada) and Kimberly Nesbeth (Canada) 66
The Opportunity Cost of Saving Money
An Exploratory Study of Permanent Transfers and Localization of Expatriates in Singapore
Elise Tait (Australia), Helen De Cieri (Australia), and Yvonne McNulty (Singapore) 80


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