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
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.
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Vol. 44 (Spring 2014 - Winter 2014-15)
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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
ADVANCING THE FIELD OF GLOBAL MOBILITY:
REFLECTION, REFRACTION, AND REDIRECTION (II)
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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