International careers of self initiated expatriates and skilled migrants

Globalisation and the current global economic crisis, among other factors, have facilitated that international geographical mobility across all social strata continues to attract research interest. These macro factors impact on the push and/or pull motivations to embark on an international mobility experience, and influence the categorisation of individuals as voluntary or involuntary migrants. However the multi-disciplinarity of the subject (for instance across international HRM, careers, migration, transnationalism, human geography, medicine...) is only recently receiving attention, where learning and research on the subject in a different discipline can enhance knowledge in the management field. The challenges and facilitators to pursuing an international career from a multidisciplinary Continue reading here [...]