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The process of cross-cultural adaptation is complex: first, because of its internal and external dynamics and, second, because of the number of relevant variables. Studies have associated scores of independent variables with adaptation outcomes. Yet this has had little effect on the overall...
Researchers that have used agency theory predictions of monitoring and incentive alignment that focus solely on principal–agent relationships at the organizational level have been unable to rationalize the use and design of stock options within organizations. In the early 1990s, stock options...
Traditionally, one of the most frequently used outcomes of expatriate adjustment research has been premature return of expatriate employees. However, previous research has not considered premature return as an outcome of a particular type of decision that expatriates make. By adapting a...
Existing arguments suggest that Human Resource (HR) departments should deliver in-house the HR practices that are core to their competitiveness and outsource those HR practices that are peripheral to their primary objectives. While intuitively appealing, researchers and practitioners have been...
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