‘From Heroes to Zeroes’ – self-initiated expatriation of talented young footballers,Beyond corporate expatriation - global mobility in the sports, religious, education and non-profit sectors,Religious expatriates’ cultural intelligence and adaptation: the role of intrinsic motivation for successful expatriation,Self-initiated expatriation (SIE) by older women: an exploratory study,Teachers in international schools: a neglected ‘middling actor’ in expatriation,The global mobility decisions of professional sailors' spouses,The psychological contract of international volunteers: an exploratory study
With this special issue, we sought to broaden our collective understanding of expatriation beyond corporate global mobility. The number of submissions for the special issue reflects a growing interest in non-corporate expatriation from within the management disciplines of IHRM, careers, IM, and IB, as well as across disciplines in the fields mentioned above. The articles cover a variety of sectors from education and religious expatriates to non-profit workers and sports expatriation. Similarly, the sample of the studies covers a broad range of different people and groups from a variety of world regions.