WSJ EXPAT

WSJ EXPAT is The Wall Street Journal’s new hub for expatriates and global nomads spanning the globe. They have a wide range of stories, both practical and anecdotal—covering topics like housing, personal finance, and cultural “expatiquette,” to adjustment, family challenges, and global careers.

They would love to know — and write — about the research you may be pursuing in this area, with full credit to you and your colleagues. Please send them content they can cover.

Email them at expat@wsj.com. Follow them at @wsjexpat. Join their Facebook group.
The WSJ Expat team

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About Marian Crowley-Henry

Dr Marian Crowley-Henry is a lecturer in human resource management, international management and organisational behaviour/theory in the Department of Management at the National University of Ireland Maynooth. She is the programme director of the MSc HRM/HRD. Marian’s current research interests are in international human resource management, self initiated expatriation, migration, careers and identity, and supervises PhD research students in those areas.