Self‐initiated expatriation in organizational terms ‐ theoretical discourse

Gabriela Strzelec


Self‐initiated expatriation is a new trend in the area of expatriation, which emerged in recent years. The publications of previous years were to a large extent related to the SIE studies from the western developed countries. The interest in the phenomenon of SIE in recent years has significantly increased, which has also expanded the geographical area of research. Numerous publications devoted to self‐initiated expatriates (SIE) and self‐ initiated expatriates (SIE) to the extent to fill in the theoretical gap, and empirical. The aim of the theoretical article is to present the complexity of the problem of self‐proclaimed expatriates in organizational terms. Due to several publications on the organizational aspect of the SIE, a critical assessment of the current achievements of world scientists in this field was made to underline the need to continue further research in this field.
Author Gabriela Strzelec (WUE)
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- Wrocław University of Economics
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Book Tome Eduardo, Majewska Justyna, Truskolaski Szymon, Neumann Gaby (eds.): Proceedings of the International Conference Theory and Applications in the Knowledge Economy TAKE 2018 – Poznan, Poland, 11 to 13 July 2018, 2018, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu, Eduardo Tomé , Poznan University of Economics and Business and E4 Conferences, ISBN 9789995418206, 532 p.
Keywords in Englishself‐initiated expatriates, self‐initiated edxpatriate, expatriates, assigned expatriation
Languageen angielski
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