Beyond Categorization? A Review of Identity Research in Intercultural Management and Expatriation Studies

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Abstract

This article is to address how alternative scientific paradigms can contribute to a richer understanding of the notion of identity in the field of intercultural management and expatriation studies. More
specifically the author addresses the question of how alternative paradigms allow to account for increasingly complex and volatile individual identity narratives in situations of professional mobility such as expatriation. With a growing intensity and reach of workers’ international mobility, boundaries such as home and host countries get blurred. And in times where international talent is scarce, employers will need to deepen their knowledge on how individuals and potential employees make meaning of their mobility, beyond the organisational setting, how they narrate themselves whilst pursuing international professional pathways.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConference Proceedings IACCM-IÉSEG Research Conference 2019 : Intercultural Competencies for a Disruptive VUCA World: Exploring Creativity, Innovation, Resilience & Resistance in Intercultural Research, Training & Management
EditorsBarbara Covarrubias Venegas, Carolin Debray, Jacob Vakkayil
Number of pages20
Place of PublicationParis
PublisherIACCM & IÉSEG School of Management
Publication date2019
Pages249-268
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Event
: Intercultural Competencies for a Disruptive VUCA World: Exploring Creativity, Innovation, Resilience & Resistance in Intercultural Research, Training & Management
- IÉSEG, Paris, France
Duration: 31 Oct 20192 Nov 2019
https://iaccm-congress.ieseg.fr/

Conference

Conference
LocationIÉSEG
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period31/10/201902/11/2019
Internet address

Keywords

  • Adjustment
  • Constructionist
  • Emic
  • Global mobility
  • Identity

Cite this

Martel, K. (2019). Beyond Categorization? A Review of Identity Research in Intercultural Management and Expatriation Studies. In B. C. Venegas, C. Debray, & J. Vakkayil (Eds.), Conference Proceedings IACCM-IÉSEG Research Conference 2019: Intercultural Competencies for a Disruptive VUCA World: Exploring Creativity, Innovation, Resilience & Resistance in Intercultural Research, Training & Management (pp. 249-268). Paris: IACCM & IÉSEG School of Management.
Martel, Kerstin . / Beyond Categorization? A Review of Identity Research in Intercultural Management and Expatriation Studies. Conference Proceedings IACCM-IÉSEG Research Conference 2019: Intercultural Competencies for a Disruptive VUCA World: Exploring Creativity, Innovation, Resilience & Resistance in Intercultural Research, Training & Management. editor / Barbara Covarrubias Venegas ; Carolin Debray ; Jacob Vakkayil. Paris : IACCM & IÉSEG School of Management, 2019. pp. 249-268
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Martel, K 2019, Beyond Categorization? A Review of Identity Research in Intercultural Management and Expatriation Studies. in BC Venegas, C Debray & J Vakkayil (eds), Conference Proceedings IACCM-IÉSEG Research Conference 2019: Intercultural Competencies for a Disruptive VUCA World: Exploring Creativity, Innovation, Resilience & Resistance in Intercultural Research, Training & Management. IACCM & IÉSEG School of Management, Paris, pp. 249-268,
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Beyond Categorization? A Review of Identity Research in Intercultural Management and Expatriation Studies. / Martel, Kerstin .

Conference Proceedings IACCM-IÉSEG Research Conference 2019: Intercultural Competencies for a Disruptive VUCA World: Exploring Creativity, Innovation, Resilience & Resistance in Intercultural Research, Training & Management. ed. / Barbara Covarrubias Venegas; Carolin Debray; Jacob Vakkayil. Paris : IACCM & IÉSEG School of Management, 2019. p. 249-268.

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Martel K. Beyond Categorization? A Review of Identity Research in Intercultural Management and Expatriation Studies. In Venegas BC, Debray C, Vakkayil J, editors, Conference Proceedings IACCM-IÉSEG Research Conference 2019: Intercultural Competencies for a Disruptive VUCA World: Exploring Creativity, Innovation, Resilience & Resistance in Intercultural Research, Training & Management. Paris: IACCM & IÉSEG School of Management. 2019. p. 249-268