Careers without Borders analyzes the challenges, debates and developments in global careers using a critical management perspective. Starting in the early nineties, the flow of information became more fluid, and with this, managers and professionals started operating across borders, crossing different contexts in greater numbers than ever before.
In this edited collection, contributors from around the world examine how context, culture and social relations of power all impact on how professionals interact with new structural and ideological frameworks. Issues such as regulation and law, policies, history, identities and inequalities are explored. The book covers a wide range of countries, including USA, China, Brazil, Ghana and Hungary, offering strong theoretical analyses, as well as practical implications.
This book aims to help students and managers understand the career issues involved when they do business in other countries. It will appeal to students on human resource management or international business courses.
1. Understanding Global Careers from a Critical Perspective Christina Reis, Yehuda Baruch 2. Canada Anthony R. Yue, Scott MacMillan 3. United Kingdom Tracy Scurry, John Blenkinsopp, Amanda Hay 4. Austria Astrid Reichel, Christiane Erten-Buch, Katharina Chudzikowski, Wolfgang Mayrhofer 5. Sweden Anna Essén, Torkild Thanem, Sara Värlander 6. Brazil Alan P. Marcus 7. Argentina Hugo Gaggiotti 8. Australia, New Zealand Kerr Inkson, Yvonne McNulty, Kaye Thorn 9. Portugal Susana Costa e Silva, Paulo Duarte, Sílvia Ferraz 10. Russia Konstantin Korotov, Sheila M. Puffer, Daniel J. McCarthy, Vlad Vaiman11. Hungary Irén Gyökér, Henrietta Finna12. Turkey Burak Koyuncu, Julia Richardson 13. China Victor P. Lau, Yu-Shan Hsu, Margaret A. Shaffer14. Japan Mami Taniguchi, Chikae Naito15. India Sushanta K. Mishra, Pawan S. Budhwar 16. United States of America Sherry E. Sullivan, Shawn M. Carraher, S. Gayle Baugh