Maike Andresen
Maike Andresen
Professor of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour, Bamberg University
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Addressing international mobility confusion: Developing definitions and differentiations for self-initiated and assigned expatriates as well as migrants
M Andresen, F Bergdolt, J Margenfeld, M Dickmann
International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (16), 2295-2318, 2014
Self-initiated foreign expatriates versus assigned expatriates: Two distinct types of international careers?
T Biemann, M Andresen
Journal of Managerial Psychology 25 (4), 430-448, 2010
A systematic literature review on the definitions of global mindset and cultural intelligence – Merging two different research streams
M Andresen, F Bergdolt
International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (1), 170-195, 2017
What makes them move abroad? Reviewing and exploring differences between self-initiated and assigned expatriation
M Andresen, T Biemann, MW Pattie
International Journal of Human Resource Management 26 (7-8), 932-947, 2015
Self-Initiated Expatriation—Individual, Organizational, and National Perspectives
M Andresen, A Al Ariss, M Walther
Self-Initiated Expatriation, 2013
Working unusual hours and its relationship to job satisfaction: A study of European maritime pilots
M Andresen, ME Domsch, AH Cascorbi
Journal of Labor Research 28 (4), 714-734, 2007
Proactive career behaviors and subjective career success: The moderating role of national culture
A Smale, S Bagdadli, R Cotton, S Dello Russo, M Dickmann, A Dysvik, ...
Journal of Organizational Behavior 40 (1), 105-122, 2019
What distinguishes self-initiated expatriates from assigned expatriates and migrants? A literature-based definition and differentiation of terms
M Andresen, F Bergdolt, J Margenfeld
Self-Initiated Expatriation: Individual, Organizational, and National …, 2013
Do overwhelmed expatriates intend to leave? The effects of sensory processing sensitivity, stress, and social capital on expatriates' turnover intention
M Andresen, P Goldmann, A Volodina
European Management Review 15 (3), 315-328, 2018
A taxonomy of internationally mobile managers
M Andresen, T Biemann
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (3), 533-557, 2013
What does it mean to be a ‘self-initiated’expatriate in different contexts? A conceptual analysis and suggestions for future research
M Andresen, MW Pattie, T Hippler
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 31 (1), 174-201, 2020
International relocation mobility readiness and its antecedents
M Andresen, J Margenfeld
Journal of Managerial Psychology 30 (3), 234-249, 2015
Here, there, & everywhere: Development and validation of a cross-culturally representative measure of subjective career success
JP Briscoe, R Kaąe, N Dries, A Dysvik, JA Unite, I Adeleye, M Andresen, ...
Journal of Vocational Behavior 130, 103612, 2021
Diversity learning, knowledge diversity and inclusion: Theory and practice as exemplified by corporate universities
M Andresen
Equal Opportunities International 26 (8), 743-760, 2007
Unhappy with well-being research in the temporary work context: Mapping review and research agenda
S Imhof, M Andresen
International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (1), 127-164, 2018
What determines expatriates’ performance while abroad? The role of job embeddedness
M Andresen
Journal of Global Mobility 3 (1), 62-82, 2015
The corporate university landscape in Germany
M Andresen, B Lichtenberger
Journal of Workplace Learning 19 (2), 109-123, 2007
W Schmeisser, M Andresen, S Kaiser
UKW Lucius, 2013
Das (Un-) Glück der Arbeitszeitfreiheit: Eine ökonomisch-psychologische Analyse und Bewertung
M Andresen
Springer-Verlag, 2009
Self-initiated expatriates
J Selmer, M Andresen, JL Cerdin
Research Handbook of Expatriates, 187-201, 2017
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