Table of contents - Special Issue: Expatriation – old issues, new insights
Guest Editors: Jan Selmer, Vesa Suutari
The purpose of this paper is to explore determinants that affect foreign subsidiary staffing policies by employing institutional theory as a theoretical foundation.
Why do female expatriates “fit‐in” better than males?: An analysis of self‐transcendence and socio‐cultural adjustmentNina Cole, Yvonne McNulty
The purpose of the paper is to assess the relevance of the personal value called self‐transcendence as an explanatory factor regarding gender differences in the…
Work role and work adjustment in emerging markets: A study of German expatriates in CEE countries and RussiaMarkus G. Kittler, David Rygl, Alex Mackinnon, Katja Wiedemann
The purpose of this paper is to analyze four major aspects of the work role and how they influence the expatriate work adjustment in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and Russia.
The purpose of this paper is to identify how dual career expatriates view their spouses' roles during international assignments.
Marital status and work outcomes of self‐initiated expatriates: Is there a moderating effect of gender?Jan Selmer, Jakob Lauring
Most of the fast‐growing literature on business expatriates has focused on organizational expatriates (OEs) who have been assigned by their parent companies to the foreign…
The purpose of this paper is to examine whether organizations can encourage the loyalty of their international employees through the composition of their expatriate packages.
Heterogeneous employee preferences may encumber employers' attempts to standardize expatriate compensation packages. The purpose of this paper is to outline an empirical…