The Careers of Self-Initiated Expatriates
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Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave MacMillan
InVaiman, V.; Haslberger, A. (ed.), Talent Management of Self-Initiated Expatriates: A Neglected Source of Global Talent, pp. 159-180
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Vaiman, V.; Haslberger, A. (ed.), Talent Management of Self-Initiated Expatriates: A Neglected Source of Global Talent
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As it is evidenced by this book, and other recent texts in international human resource management, the initial recognition (Suutari and Brewster, 2000) of self-initiated expatriation among the international workforce has been followed by a burst of research into the topic (Dorsch, Suutari, and Brewster, 2012). Already, it is clear that, while some of the literature on international human resource management that is drawn from company samples and is devoted to analyses of company-assigned expatriates can be ‘read across’ to self-initiated expatriates (SIEs), much is less relevant.
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