Year of publication
- What makes them move abroad? Reviewing and exploring differences between self-initiated an assigned expatriation (2012)
- Only in recent years have self-initiated expatriates (SIEs) been distinguished from assigned expatriates (AEs). But there is still a lack of empirically based comparative results. Statistical analysis, performed on data from 193 expatriates (N AE = 67; N SIE = 126), indicates that self-initiated foreign work experience is significantly more likely to be chosen by women and those having lower job levels. Furthermore, boundaryless and protean career orientation only partially predicted which career path is chosen. SIEs have higher organizational mobility preferences, but do not differ from AEs in their boundaryless mindset and protean career attitude. Implications of these findings for research in expatriation are discussed.
- Self-Initiated Repatriation At The Interplay Between Field, Capital, And Habitus: An Analysis Based On Bourdieu's Theory Of Practice (2012)
- A literature-based definition and differentiation of the terms ´self-initiated expatriate`, ´assigned expatriate` and ´migrant` (2012)
- Vance, Charles M., Managing a Global Workforce : Challenges and Opportunities in International Human Resource Management / Charles M. Vance and Yongsun Paik. - 2. ed. : Armonk, NY [u.a.], 2011 (2012)
- Self-Initiated Repatriation at the Interplay between Field, Capital, and Habitus: An analysis based on Bourdieu's Theory of Practice (2013)
- Career Concepts of Self-Initiated and Assigned Expatriates: A Theoretical Analysis Based on Coupling and Configuration (2012)