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
Global talent management
DG Collings, H Scullion, PM Caligiuri
Routledge, 2018
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
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
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
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
Retaining repatriates: The role of organizational support practices
M Lazarova, P Caligiuri
Journal of world business 36 (4), 389-401, 2002
Assessing Expatriate Success: Beyond Just
PM Caligiuri
Being There”. In New Approaches to Employee Management, Expatriate …, 1997
Global leadership development
P Caligiuri
Human Resource Management Review 16 (2), 219-228, 2006
Dynamic cross-cultural competencies and global leadership effectiveness
P Caligiuri, I Tarique
Journal of world Business 47 (4), 612-622, 2012
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Predicting effectiveness in global leadership activities
P Caligiuri, I Tarique
Journal of World business 44 (3), 336-346, 2009
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
Increasing global competitiveness through effective people management
LK Stroh, PM Caligiuri
Journal of World Business 33 (1), 1-16, 1998
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