DOI:10.1111/emre.12072
Corpus ID: 156588133
Portrayal of Skilled Migrants' Careers in Business and Management Studies: A Review of the Literature and Future Research Agenda
Marian Crowley‐Henry, Edward O' Connor, Akram Al Ariss
Published 2018
Political Science

International Management of Organizations & People eJournal
A systematic literature review in business and management studies was conducted, which paints a portrait of the existing literature on skilled migrants' host country career experiences. Core themes… Expand
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