My Ph.D. dissertation research titled, "Determinants of expatriate adjustment process: Role of Family and host country nationals" examines the various stakeholders that are present in different domains within the host nation. The study creates meaningful implication to the literature on expatriate adjustment. Most importantly, it reveals the distinction between two psychological mechanism i.e., crossover and spillover effect. The viewpoint of crossover and spillover theory that defines individual’s existence with different stakeholders as well as work and family domains makes distinctive addition to our knowledge on expatriate managers.
School: School of Business Studies
Department: Economics and International Business