Akram Al Ariss
Akram Al Ariss
Professor of Human Resource Management
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Talent management: Current theories and future research directions
A Al Ariss, WF Cascio, J Paauwe
Journal of World Business 49 (2), 173-179, 2014
6142014
Modes of engagement: migration, self‐initiated expatriation, and career development
A Al Ariss
Career Development International, 2010
3292010
Self-initiated expatriation and migration in the management literature: Present theorizations and future research directions
AA Ariss, M Crowley-Henry
Career Development International 18 (1), 78-96, 2013
2622013
Capital mobilization of skilled migrants: A relational perspective
A Al Ariss, J Syed
British Journal of Management 22 (2), 286-304, 2011
2622011
Understanding self‐initiated expatriates: Career experiences of Lebanese self‐initiated expatriates in France
A Al Ariss, M Özbilgin
Thunderbird International Business Review 52 (4), 275-285, 2010
2592010
Institutional and corporate drivers of global talent management: Evidence from the Arab Gulf region
Y Sidani, A Al Ariss
Journal of World Business 49 (2), 215-224, 2014
1902014
What Distinguishes Self-Initiated Expatriates from Assigned Expatriates and Migrants? A Literature-Based Defi nition and Diff erentiation of Terms
M Andresen, F Bergdolt, J Margenfeld
Self-initiated expatriation, 25-55, 2012
175*2012
Careers of skilled migrants: towards a theoretical and methodological expansion
A Al Ariss, I Koall, M Özbilgin, V Suutari
Journal of Management Development, 2012
1642012
Career studies in search of theory: The rise and rise of concepts
Y Baruch, N Szűcs, H Gunz
Career Development International, 2015
1392015
The role of regulatory and temporal context in the construction of diversity discourses: The case of the UK, France and Germany
A Tatli, J Vassilopoulou, AA Ariss, M Özbilgin
European Journal of Industrial Relations 18 (4), 293-308, 2012
1152012
Understanding career experiences of skilled minority ethnic workers in France and Germany
A Al Ariss, J Vassilopoulou, MF Özbilgin, A Game
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (6), 1236-1256, 2013
1082013
Comparative international human resource management: Future research directions
A Al Ariss, Y Sidani
Human Resource Management Review 26 (4), 352-358, 2016
1052016
Human resource management of international migrants: Current theories and future research
C Guo, A Al Ariss
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 26 (10), 1287-1297, 2015
992015
Careers of skilled migrants: Understanding the experiences of Malagasy physicians in France
L Ramboarison‐Lalao, A Al Ariss, I Barth
Journal of Management Development, 2012
89*2012
The historical origins of ethnic (white) privilege in US organizations
SM Nkomo, A Al Ariss
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2014
802014
Career barriers influencing career success
GG Santos
Career Development International, 2016
672016
Vulnerable work and international migrants: A relational human resource management perspective
L Turchick Hakak, A Al Ariss
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (22), 4116-4131, 2013
672013
Highly skilled migrant women: a career development framework
R Van den Bergh, Y Du Plessis
Journal of Management Development, 2012
652012
Talent management of skilled migrants: Propositions and an agenda for future research
M Crowley-Henry, A Al Ariss
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (13), 2054-2079, 2018
622018
Research on self-initiated expatriation
M Dorsch, V Suutari, C Brewster
Self-initiated expatriation: Individual, organizational, and national …, 2012
582012
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