Career Development International: Volume 9 Issue 7


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Expatriate failure: time to abandon the concept?

Anne‐Wil Harzing, Claus Christensen

This article reviews the established understanding of the concept of expatriate failure, discusses its associated problems and presents a more sophisticated and comprehensive…


One career, two identities: an assessment of gay men's career trajectory

Raymond Nam Cam Trau, Charmine E.J. Härtel

Most of the research on career development of sexual minorities focuses on lesbians. Gay men, on the other hand, have received little attention in the literature as it is assumed…


Toward enriching united career theory: familial entrepreneurship and copreneurship

Anne de Bruin, Kate Lewis

This paper explores the overlapping domains of business/firm and family. Suggests that the descriptor of “joint careers” is preferable to that of symbiotic careers. Describes what…


Attitudes toward international careers among male and female Canadian business students after 9‐11

Bruce C.Y. Wang, Nailin Bu

Career aspirations of 145 senior undergraduate business students in Canada were analyzed. An overwhelming majority desired an overseas assignment at some point in their career…

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