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Expatriates’ Cultural Intelligence, Embeddedness and Knowledge Sharing: A Multilevel Analysis
Drawing from social cognitive theory, we examine the relationship between expatriates’ cultural intelligence, organizational embeddedness, and knowledge sharing in the workplace. Furthermore, we in...
For sensation’s sake: Differences in female and male expatriates’ relocation willingness to dangerous countries based on sensation seeking
Purpose - Corporate business activities can require expatriates to relocate to dangerous countries. Applying the expectancy value theory, the purpose of this paper is to investigate differences inExpand
Sermons on important subjects
One important design of the parable, of which the text is a part, is to teach that all men are God's stewards. The Bible declares, that the silver and the gold are his, and that he is, in the highestExpand
When the going gets tough: the influence of expatriate resilience and perceived organizational inclusion climate on work adjustment and turnover intentions
Abstract Despite the strong evidence for the beneficial influence of resilience for employee stress resistance in domestic settings, the construct has not received much attention in the expatriationExpand
Burden or support? The influence of partner nationality on expatriate cross-cultural adjustment
Purpose - – The family and specifically, the partners of expatriates are unfortunately the major cause of expatriate maladjustment. Drawing from and extending the concept of relational demography,Expand
The influence of expatriate cultural intelligence on organizational embeddedness and knowledge sharing: The moderating effects of host country context
This study advances our understanding of the contextualization of the effects of cultural intelligence (CQ). Drawing from trait activation theory and institutional theory, we develop a multi-levelExpand
The Religious Imperative of Confucianism
Confucianism prescribes for society an immensely rich, sophisticated, and utilitarian modality of social relationship. Not only has this served as China's social and political bedrock, but it hasExpand
Pleasure, Pain and the Possibilities of Being and Becoming
The personal and private dimensions of academics’ lives have been a growing focus in the psychological and sociological literature pertaining to their work (Harreveld & Danaher, 2004). OneExpand