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Paula Caligiuri, Ph.D.
Paula Caligiuri, Ph.D.
D'Amore-McKim School of Business Distinguished Professor, Northeastern University
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The big five personality characteristics as predictors of expatriate's desire to terminate the assignment and supervisor‐rated performance
PM Caligiuri
Personnel psychology 53 (1), 67-88, 2000
11762000
Global talent management: Introduction
H Scullion, DG Collings
Global talent management, 19-32, 2011
10792011
International HRM insights for navigating the COVID-19 pandemic: Implications for future research and practice
P Caligiuri, H De Cieri, D Minbaeva, A Verbeke, A Zimmermann
Crises and Disruptions in International Business: How Multinational …, 2022
9352022
Selecting expatriates for personality characteristics: A moderating effect of personality on the relationship between host national contact and cross-cultural adjustment
PM Caligiuri
MIR: Management International Review, 61-80, 2000
905*2000
A theoretical framework for examining the relationship between family adjustment and expatriate adjustment to working in the host country
PM Caligiuri, M Hyland, A Joshi, A Bross
Journal of Applied Psychology 83 (4), 598-614, 1998
641*1998
Burgi. P.(2001)'The theory of met expectations applied to expatriate adjustment: the role of cross-cultural training'
P Caligiuri, H Phillips, M Lazarova, I Tarique
International Journal of Human Resources Management 12, 0
614*
The theory of met expectations applied to expatriate adjustment: The role of crosscultural training
P Caligiuri, J Phillips, M Lazarova, I Tarique, P Burgi
International Journal of Human Resource Management 12 (3), 357-372, 2001
6122001
Dynamic cross-cultural competencies and global leadership effectiveness
P Caligiuri, I Tarique
Journal of world Business 47 (4), 612-622, 2012
5932012
Retaining repatriates: The role of organizational support practices
M Lazarova, P Caligiuri
Journal of world business 36 (4), 389-401, 2002
5402002
Global leadership development
P Caligiuri
Human Resource Management Review 16 (2), 219-228, 2006
535*2006
Assessing Expatriate Success: Beyond Just
PM Caligiuri
Being There”. In New Approaches to Employee Management, Expatriate …, 1997
5141997
The effectiveness of expatriate coping strategies: The moderating role of cultural distance, position level, and time on the international assignment.
GK Stahl, P Caligiuri
Journal of Applied Psychology 90 (4), 603, 2005
4412005
Global competence: what is it, and can it be developed through global assignments?
P Caligiuri, V Di Santo
Human Resource Planning 24 (3), 27-35, 2001
4392001
A model for the influence of social interaction and social support on female expatriates' cross-cultural adjustment
P Caligiuri, M Lazarova
International journal of human resource management 13 (5), 761-772, 2002
4272002
Win–win–win: The influence of company‐sponsored volunteerism programs on employees, NGOs, and business units
P Caligiuri, A Mencin, K Jiang
Personnel Psychology 66 (4), 825-860, 2013
3882013
Predicting effectiveness in global leadership activities
P Caligiuri, I Tarique
Journal of World business 44 (3), 336-346, 2009
3582009
Predictors of turnover intentions in learning‐driven and demand‐driven international assignments: The role of repatriation concerns, satisfaction with company support, and …
GK Stahl, CH Chua, P Caligiuri, JL Cerdin, M Taniguchi
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2009
3522009
Can we send her there? Maximizing the success of western women on global assignments
PM Caligiuri, WF Cascio
Journal of World Business 33 (4), 394-416, 1998
3331998
Comparing the success of male and female expatriates from a US-based multinational company
PM Caligiuri, RL Tung
International Journal of human resource management 10 (5), 763-782, 1999
3221999
Factors influencing the adjustment of women on global assignments
PM Caligiuri, A Joshi, M Lazarova
International Journal of Human Resource Management 10 (2), 163-179, 1999
3121999
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