INTERNATIONALISM ANCHOR: CONSTRUCT OPERATIONALIZATION AND SCALE VALIDATION

Abstract : The internationalism anchor describes individuals who are primarily excited by working in international task environment, who prefer developing their professional competencies in international settings, and search for new experiences by getting to know unfamiliar countries and different cultures (Suutari & Taka, 2004). This anchor is thought to lead the career choices of an increasing number of individuals nowadays. This in-progress research paper presents an operationalization of this construct and examines its validity and correlates.
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Christelle Tornikoski. INTERNATIONALISM ANCHOR: CONSTRUCT OPERATIONALIZATION AND SCALE VALIDATION. EURAM 2008, Track "Expatriate Management-QUO VADIS?, May 2008, Ljubljana, Slovenia. ⟨hal-00657358⟩

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