Cosmopolitans or Parochial Anti-Cosmopolitans? Expatriate Managers’ Resources, Social Positions, and Orientations

Spiegel A, Mense-Petermann U (2018)
In: Expatriate Managers. The Paradoxes of Working and Living Abroad. Spiegel A, Mense-Petermann U, Bredenkötter B (Eds); Routledge studies in international business and the world economy, 70. New York: Routledge.

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Spiegel A, Mense-Petermann U. Cosmopolitans or Parochial Anti-Cosmopolitans? Expatriate Managers’ Resources, Social Positions, and Orientations. In: Spiegel A, Mense-Petermann U, Bredenkötter B, eds. Expatriate Managers. The Paradoxes of Working and Living Abroad. Routledge studies in international business and the world economy. Vol 70. New York: Routledge; 2018.
Spiegel, A., & Mense-Petermann, U. (2018). Cosmopolitans or Parochial Anti-Cosmopolitans? Expatriate Managers’ Resources, Social Positions, and Orientations. In A. Spiegel, U. Mense-Petermann, & B. Bredenkötter (Eds.), Routledge studies in international business and the world economy: Vol. 70. Expatriate Managers. The Paradoxes of Working and Living Abroad New York: Routledge.
Spiegel, A., and Mense-Petermann, U. (2018). “Cosmopolitans or Parochial Anti-Cosmopolitans? Expatriate Managers’ Resources, Social Positions, and Orientations” in Expatriate Managers. The Paradoxes of Working and Living Abroad, Spiegel, A., Mense-Petermann, U., and Bredenkötter, B. eds. Routledge studies in international business and the world economy, vol. 70, (New York: Routledge).
Spiegel, A., & Mense-Petermann, U., 2018. Cosmopolitans or Parochial Anti-Cosmopolitans? Expatriate Managers’ Resources, Social Positions, and Orientations. In A. Spiegel, U. Mense-Petermann, & B. Bredenkötter, eds. Expatriate Managers. The Paradoxes of Working and Living Abroad. Routledge studies in international business and the world economy. no.70 New York: Routledge.
A. Spiegel and U. Mense-Petermann, “Cosmopolitans or Parochial Anti-Cosmopolitans? Expatriate Managers’ Resources, Social Positions, and Orientations”, Expatriate Managers. The Paradoxes of Working and Living Abroad, A. Spiegel, U. Mense-Petermann, and B. Bredenkötter, eds., Routledge studies in international business and the world economy, vol. 70, New York: Routledge, 2018.
Spiegel, A., Mense-Petermann, U.: Cosmopolitans or Parochial Anti-Cosmopolitans? Expatriate Managers’ Resources, Social Positions, and Orientations. In: Spiegel, A., Mense-Petermann, U., and Bredenkötter, B. (eds.) Expatriate Managers. The Paradoxes of Working and Living Abroad. Routledge studies in international business and the world economy. 70, Routledge, New York (2018).
Spiegel, Anna, and Mense-Petermann, Ursula. “Cosmopolitans or Parochial Anti-Cosmopolitans? Expatriate Managers’ Resources, Social Positions, and Orientations”. Expatriate Managers. The Paradoxes of Working and Living Abroad. Ed. Anna Spiegel, Ursula Mense-Petermann, and Bastian Bredenkötter. New York: Routledge, 2018.Vol. 70. Routledge studies in international business and the world economy.

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