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GLOBAL MOBILITY AND THE MANAGEMENT OF EXPATRIATES
Título:
GLOBAL MOBILITY AND THE MANAGEMENT OF EXPATRIATES
Subtítulo:
Autor:
BONACHE, J
Editorial:
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Año de edición:
2020
ISBN:
978-1-108-49222-5
Páginas:
2021
92,56 €

 

Sinopsis

With approximately 50 million people across the globe considered expatriates (persons living and working abroad for a limited time), global mobility is an important issue for individuals, organisations, and national governments, and a major research stream in universities and business schools. Written by a team of internationally renowned scholars from around the world, this volume summarises what is known about the management of global mobility and sets an agenda for future research. It also offers a comprehensive overview of the practical implications for organisations that manage expatriates, and individuals who are currently or aspiring expatriates. Providing an accessible and globally relevant introduction to the subject of expatriation and global mobility, this book will appeal to postgraduate, MBA, and EMBA students studying global mobility or international human resource management. It will also be of interest to practitioners, such as human resource managers and global mobility managers, who would like to gain a better understanding of the expatriation process.

Each chapter comprehensively covers a key topic in the area
Written by key academic contributors from across the globe
Summarily translates the latest research knowledge to the needs of graduate students and practitioners



Table of Contents

Introduction
1. Global mobility: reasons, trends and strategies Jaime Bonache, Chris Brewster, and Fabian Froese
Part I. The Expatriation Process of Corporate Expatriates:
2. The recruitment, selection and preparation of expatriates Marie-France Waxin and Chris Brewster
3. Expatriate adjustment Anne Lessle, Arno Haslberger, and Chris Brewster
4. Performance management for expatriates
Arup Varma, Chun-Hsiao Wang and Pawan S. Budhwar
5: Compensating global mobility Jaime Bonache and Celia Zárraga-Oberty
6. Repatriation and career development Flora F. T. Chiang, Emmy van Esch, and Thomas A. Birtch
Part II. Different Types of Expatriates and Stakeholders:
7. Short-term assignees, international business travelers, and international commuters Chris Brewster, Michael Dickmann, and Vesa Suutari
8. Self-initiated expatriates Sebastian Stoermer, Fabian Froese, and Vesa Peltokorpi
9. Skilled migrants careers Jelena Zikic and Viktoriya Voloshyna
10. Women and global mobility Helen De Cieri
11. Global families Margaret A. Shaffer and Min (Maggie) Wan
12. Roles and challenges for global mobility departments Michael Dickmann
Index.