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Global mobility of employees

Deliverables

Conference 1 (EURAM 2019)

Conferences 1 and 2 will be embedded in the EURAM conferences 2020 and 2021 (www.euram-online.org). EURAM has a standing ‘expatriation’ track, which is core to our research project. ESRs will present their research findings and discuss them with experts in the field.

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GLOMO Seasonal (winter) school 3

Three Seasonal Schools prepare ESRs for all six career roles. These 5-6 days long Seasonal Schools are co-located at (and co-sponsored by) local graduate schools of the supervisors’ home institutions. All are partially open so that thematic sessions and workshops can be attended by e.g. external graduates, industry and press (sometimes against a modest participation fee). In addition to the two training components of all NWT events (see above), the three GLOMO Seasonal Schools include: • keynote lectures with respect to main research questions and cross-cutting themes, • theme-driven theory sessions including around 4-5 presentations, • training in transferable skills, • a Visiting Researchers Programme with external, internationally renowned researchers, • ESR Colloquia where all ESRs present and discuss the state and results of their project, and • World Café Meetings with core participants, ESRs and visiting researchers for open discussions.

GLOMO Seasonal (summer) school 2

Three Seasonal Schools prepare ESRs for all six career roles. These 5-6 days long Seasonal Schools are co-located at (and co-sponsored by) local graduate schools of the supervisors’ home institutions. All are partially open so that thematic sessions and workshops can be attended by e.g. external graduates, industry and press (sometimes against a modest participation fee). In addition to the two training components of all NWT events (see above), the three GLOMO Seasonal Schools include: • keynote lectures with respect to main research questions and cross-cutting themes, • theme-driven theory sessions including around 4-5 presentations, • training in transferable skills, • a Visiting Researchers Programme with external, internationally renowned researchers, • ESR Colloquia where all ESRs present and discuss the state and results of their project, and • World Café Meetings with core participants, ESRs and visiting researchers for open discussions.

Workshop 1 (IRWS 2018)

The three workshops support fellows in becoming a ‘researcher’ by learning qualitative and quantitative research methods as needed for their own and other research projects (e.g. questionnaire design, sampling, structural equation modelling, network analysis, case study research, qualitative comparative analysis, multilevel modelling; see Table 1.2.c). Workshops 1 and 2 consist of participation in the ‘International Research Workshop’ (IRWS, www.phd-network.eu/) for beginners and the ‘Advanced IRWS’. Both workshops offer ESRs the opportunity to expand their international network with PhDs outside the GLOMO ETN and to learn from and with each other.

GLOMO Seasonal (winter) school 1

Three Seasonal Schools prepare ESRs for all six career roles. These 5-6 days long Seasonal Schools are co-located at (and co-sponsored by) local graduate schools of the supervisors’ home institutions. All are partially open so that thematic sessions and workshops can be attended by e.g. external graduates, industry and press (sometimes against a modest participation fee). In addition to the two training components of all NWT events (see above), the three GLOMO Seasonal Schools include: • keynote lectures with respect to main research questions and cross-cutting themes, • theme-driven theory sessions including around 4-5 presentations, • training in transferable skills, • a Visiting Researchers Programme with external, internationally renowned researchers, • ESR Colloquia where all ESRs present and discuss the state and results of their project, and • World Café Meetings with core participants, ESRs and visiting researchers for open discussions.

Workshop 2 (Advanced IRWS 2019)

The three workshops support fellows in becoming a ‘researcher’ by learning qualitative and quantitative research methods as needed for their own and other research projects (e.g. questionnaire design, sampling, structural equation modelling, network analysis, case study research, qualitative comparative analysis, multilevel modelling; see Table 1.2.c). Workshops 1 and 2 consist of participation in the ‘International Research Workshop’ (IRWS, www.phd-network.eu/) for beginners and the ‘Advanced IRWS’. Both workshops offer ESRs the opportunity to expand their international network with PhDs outside the GLOMO ETN and to learn from and with each other.

GLOMO website creation

The GLOMO website is the central instrument to communicate scientific results among the project partners and into the public.

Publications

Exploring the mobile self : Shifting from monolithic categorisation to dynamic identifications

Author(s): Martel, Kerstin
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 125-141, ISBN 978-3-86309-872-8
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55773

The Long-Term Effects of Self-Initiated Expatriation on the Future Careers of Assignees

Author(s): Rodrigo Mello, Michael Dickmann, Chris Brewster and Vesa Suutari
Published in: Self-Initiated Expatriates in Context Recognizing Space, Time, and Institutions // Edited By Maike Andresen, Chris Brewster, Vesa Suutari, 2020, Page(s) 55-71, ISBN 9780429352690
Publisher: Routledge
DOI: 10.4324/9780429352690

Future research on self-initiated expatriation : Emerging topics

Author(s): Nguyen, Ngoc Andresen, Maike
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 283-296
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55785

Understanding work well-being during COVID-19 pandemic : A study in expatriates and non-expatriates

Author(s): Biswas, Tania
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, ISBN 978-3-86309-872-8
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55775

Researching flexible language management in international workforces : The potential of critical realist ontology

Author(s): Vulchanov, Ivan Olav
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 209-223
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55778

Repatriate social capital : An untapped resource at the individual and organizational levels

Author(s): Escobar Borruel, Ines
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 39-57, ISBN 978-3-86309-872-8
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55766

Career capital in international careers : Insights from-selfinitiated and assigned expatriates

Author(s): Abdul Hadi, Acil
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 71-87, ISBN 978-3-86309-872-8
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55768

The integration migrant couples in Germany : The role of gender and the migration motive

Author(s): https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/bitstream/uniba/55344/3/fisba55344.pdf
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 193-206, ISBN 978-3-86309-872-8
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55777

“Am I welcome in this country?” : Expatriation to the UK in times of BREXIT and its “hostile environment policy”

Author(s): Raupp, Monique
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 241-250
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55780

The influence of international assignments on the career success of self-initiated expatriates : The ‘high-density’ nature of global work

Author(s): Mello, Rodgrigo
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55771

Career capital as a key to a successful international career : How different ways of knowing affect the international transfer of career capital

Author(s): Oleškevičiūtė, Emilija
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 59-70
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55767

Immigrants’ political careers : Opportunities and constraints

Author(s): Bozhinoska Lazarova, Monika
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 105-122, ISBN 978-3-86309-872-8
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55772

Multi-level factors influencing job embeddedness among migrant employees : A systematic literature review

Author(s): Nguyen Ngoc, Anh
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 159-191, ISBN 978-3-86309-872-8
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55776

The economic analysis of migration flows in response to migration policies

Author(s): Bassetto, Jacopo
Published in: Wanderlust to wonderland? : Exploring key issues in expatriate careers: Individual, organizational, and societal insights, 2022, Page(s) 251-267, ISBN 978-3-86309-872-8
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
DOI: 10.20378/irb-55781

The international transfer of individual career capital: exploring and developing a model of the underlying factors

Author(s): Emilija Oleškevičiūtė, Michael Dickmann, Maike Andresen, Emma Parry
Published in: Journal of Global Mobility, 2022, ISSN 2049-8799
Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited
DOI: 10.1108/jgm-12-2020-0082

How do Individuals Form Their Motivations to Expatriate? A Review and Future Research Agenda

Author(s): Arifa, YN El Baroudi, S Khapova, SN
Published in: Frontiers in Sociology, 2021, ISSN 2297-7775
Publisher: Lausanne: Frontiers Media S.A.
DOI: 10.3389/fsoc.2021.631537.

An outline for an integrated language-sensitive approach to global work and mobility: cross-fertilising expatriate and international business and management research

Author(s): Ivan Olav Vulchanov
Published in: Journal of Global Mobility, Vol. 8 No. 3/4, 2020, Page(s) 325-351, ISSN 2049-8799
Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited
DOI: 10.1108/jgm-06-2020-0037

Work and non-work-related antecedents of expatriates' well-being: A meta-analysis

Author(s): Tania Biswas; Liisa Mäkelä; Maike Andresen
Published in: Human Resource Management Review, Volumne 32, Issue 3, 2022, ISSN 1053-4822
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.hrmr.2021.100889

Taking stock of expatriates’ career success after international assignments: A review and future research agenda

Author(s): Rodrigo Mello, Vesa Suutari, Michael Dickmann
Published in: Human Resource Management Review, Volume 32, Issue 3, 2021, ISSN 1053-4822
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.hrmr.2022.100913