69 pages tagged "research focus"
The double-edged sword of ethnic similarity
Introduces Shea Fan's work on ethnic identity confirmation in a Chinese host context
The benefits of being understood
Introducing Shea Fan's work on the role of ethnic identity confirmation in the relationship between expatriates and host country employees in China
Language in International Business: A review and agenda for future research
A new online paper reviewing 264 articles on language in IB
Why is learning the host country language important for expatriates?
A new online paper on the impact of host country language learning on expatriate local relationships in China
Not all international assignments are equal
A new online paper on how different types of international assignments transfer different types of knowledge
The bridging role of expatriates and inpatriates
Illustrates how expatriates and inpatriates differ in terms of their roles in knowledge transfer to and from MNC headquarters
Action Intent: Getting closer to leadership behavior in 22 countries
New book chapter on how "close-to-action" leadership scenarios can be used to study leadership across cultures
Everything you always wanted to know about impact...
Book chapter providing a quick overview of the what, why, how and where of research impact
Intercultural Survey Research: Challenges & Solutions
A new online paper on the challenges of international and cross-cultural survey research
Experimental research in international management
New book chapter on how experimental research can advance language research in international management
Creating a supportive and collaborative research culture at Middlesex University Business School
How supportive and collaborative research cultures can improve international research rankings
Untwisting tongues: Language research in International Management
Reports on a panel session at the Academy of International Business in Copenhagen
Celebrating CYGNA: Supporting women in academia
A history of CYGNA's development to celebrate its 5th year and international women's day
Out now: International HRM, 5th Edition
Introducing the 5th edition of my textbook International Human Resource Management
Challenges in International survey research: illustrations and solutions
Reviews my work on international mail surveys and response rates across countries
Citation analysis for the Social Sciences: metrics and data-sources
Argues that a fair and inclusive cross-disciplinary comparison of research performance is possible using Google Scholar and the hIa metric
Trailblazers of diversity: editors and editorial board diversity
Documents my research with Isabel Metz on gender and international diversity in editorial boards
The many benefits of a shared language in multinationals
Reports on a study outlining the relationship between shared language and knowledge flows
Six Essential Science Indicators highly-cited papers
Lists six of my papers that are Web of Science highly-cited papers, i.e. top 1% most cited in their fields
Is ISI misunderstanding the Social Sciences?
Documents how ISI is inappropriately applying Science-based criteria to articles in the Social Sciences
Running the REF on a rainy Sunday afternoon: Do metrics match peer review?
Short summary of white paper that proposes replacing the REF with a metrics-based exercise
Managing expatriates' identity: subtle desire, big impact
Highlights the key findings of the exciting work on ethnic identity and expatriation by one of my former PhD students Shea Fan
CYGNA: Social network analysis and managing large research teams
Reports on our 17th CYGNA meeting with presentations about social network analysis and managing large research teams
Subsidiaries down-under: victims of their geographical isolation?
Systematically reviews the impact of geographical differences on the HQ-subsidiary relationship
Two new kids on the block: Crossref and Dimensions
Compares publication and citation coverage in the Crossref and Dimensions with Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, Scopus and Web of Science
Harzing.com blog 3 years old!
Celebrating my blog's third anniversary with the top-15 most read blogs
Four waves of R&D internationalization: the South as a destination of R&D related FDI
Introducing Shasha Zhao's work on the transformation of foreign MNEs’ low-value-adding operations in the South into high-value-adding R&D operations
An Australian "productivity boom"? ... or maybe just a database expansion?
Shows how difficult longitudinal bibliometric analyses are when database coverage changes
English as a Lingua Franca in Academia
Reports on my presentation at Manchester Metropolitan University
To rank or not to rank
Gives an overview of my research in the field of journal rankings, university rankings and citation rankings
EURAM 2017: Famous scholars in expatriate studies
Reports on my presentations at the EURAM 2017 conference and a symposium on famous scholars in expatriate studies
Harzing.com blog 1 year old!
Celebrating my blog's first anniversary with the top-10 most read blogs
Can we use Google Scholar to identify highly-cited documents?
Introducing my new article on Google Scholar with the Granada EC3 group
Replication studies: learning from failure and success
Short commentary illustrating the importance of replication through two examples
Microsoft Academic (Search): a Phoenix arisen from the ashes?
Assesses Microsoft Academic coverage through a detailed comparison with Google Scholar, the Web of Science, and Scopus
Strange journal invitations popping up in my inbox every day
Discusses the phenomenon of predatory open access journals
"Publier or perir": English in French academia
Guest post by Anne Laure Humbert on the role of English in French academia
Own your place in the world by writing a book
A passionate plea to consider publishing a book at least once in your academic career
The importance of context in International Business
A critical analysis of the use of cultural distance in international business
What makes an article highly cited?
Shows topic and author have a stronger influence on citations than journal outlet
Of bears, bumble-bees and spiders & who's in charge?
Summarizes my research in the field of MNC staffing policies
Language barriers in multinational companies
Reviews my research on the role of language in MNCs between 2003 and 2013
Are referencing errors undermining our scholarship and credibility?
Discusses how myths are created through careless referencing
Microsoft Academic: Is the Phoenix getting wings?
Compares citation coverage in the new Microsoft Academic with Google Scholar, Scopus and Web of Science
R&D Internationalization to China: MNEs new favourite destination
Shows how foreign MNEs transform low-value-adding operations in the South into high-value-adding R&D operations
Transfer of HR practices in multinational companies
Research by Barbara Myloni - my first PhD student - on local isomorphism versus internal consistency in multinationals
Should we distance ourselves from the cultural distance concept?
Argues IB research would do well to reconsider its fascination with distance measures
MNC entry mode: it is not just about choice!
Reviews my research on entry mode choice including some unpublished work on management of different entry modes
Do countries specialise in particular research areas?
Applies theories of revealed comparative advantage and the competitive advantage of nations to academic disciplines
Compete or cooperate: does it depend on the language?
Shows how using the English language might prime competitive behaviour
Hablas vielleicht un peu la mia language?
Systematically reviews the impact of language differences on the HQ-subsidiary relationship
How to manage multi-lingual teams?
Discusses Helene Tenzer's exciting research about the challenges of multi-lingual teamwork
Australian research output in Economics & Business: quantity over quality?
Shows the discrepancy between research productivity and research impact for Australian research in Economics & Business
Proof over promise: a more inclusive ranking of academics
Shows how using a different data source and different metrics completely changes the Dutch Economics top-40
CYGNA: Gender researchers meeting
Reports on our 20th CYGNA meeting with a presentation on work-life balance
Why are there so few female Economics professors?
Short summary of my article in Economisch Statistiche Berichten on gender bias and meritocray in academia
Harzing.com blog 2 years old!
Celebrating my blog's second anniversary with the top-15 most read blogs
Health warning: Might contain multiple personalities
Shows how a lack of name disambiguation leads to serious distortion of the Essential Science Indicators
Mobility and gender matter in speed of promotion and development of career capital
Guest post by Olga Ryazanova about her AMLE article on mobility, gender and promotion
Language effects in international mail surveys
Explains how questionnaire language might influence the responses received in cross-cultural research
Onto-Epistemology in Business and Management Research
Why academics are (or should become) intellectuals, not technicians of research methods
What if fully agree doesn't mean the same thing across cultures?
Explains how response style difference between countries can distort cross-national comparisons
Welcome to my blog!
Introduction to Anne-Wil's blog
And then there were none: employee relations in marketising universities
Introduces CYGNA member Olga Kuznetsova's article on employee relations in hybrid organisations using a Univeristy and College Union archive
How you see me, How you don't
Does ethnic similarity help or hinder in the relationship between expats and locals: a conceptual framework based on self-verification theory
Running the REF on a rainy Sunday afternoon: Do metrics match peer review?
White paper that proposes replacing the REF with a metrics-based exercise
Gender bias and meritocracy: How to make career advancement in Economics more inclusive
Part of a Dossier on Women in Economics published in Economisch Statistische Berichten
New research monograph: Managing expatriates in China
Introducing my new research monograph with Ling Zhang and Shea Fan
Microsoft Academic is one year old: the Phoenix is ready to leave the nest
The third of my trilogy of papers on Microsoft Academic reporting on its coverage one year after its re-launch
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