Managing expatriate success through expatriate-related, family-related and social capital factors: a meta-analysis
by Li-Yueh Lee; Alfiyatul Qomariyah
International Journal of Services and Standards (IJSS), Vol. 11, No. 3, 2016

Abstract: There are numerous studies on the determinants of expatriate success, such as expatriate adjustment, stress and performance. However, a comprehensive research model is yet to be developed. This study integrates three perspectives - expatriate-related, family-related and social capital perspectives - as the determinants of expatriate stress, adjustment and performance. By using a meta-analysis of 341 studies conducted during the period 1988-2012, this work tested 10 research hypotheses regarding the interrelationship among the variables. It is anticipated that the results of this study will be able to provide important references for both human resource managers and academics.

Online publication date: Sun, 30-Oct-2016

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