Sub-theme 19: (Re-)Designing and Broadening the Study of Mobility, Movement and Migration

Steve McKenna, School of Human Resource Management, York University, Toronto, Canada
Mayasandra-Nagaraja Ravishankar, School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University, UK
David Weir, Business School, University Campus Suffolk, UK
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, E-012 – Arkadia
Expatriation - Repatriation
Chair: Steve McKenna
Ling Eleanor Zhang
The development of biculturalism among organizational expatriates and self-initiated expatriates
Discussant(s): Jasmin Mahadevan
Edson Keyso de Miranda Kubo and Beatriz Braga
Rethinking adjustment and success in expatriation: An empirical research on Japanese expatriates in Brazil
Discussant(s): Nadia de Gama
Eliane Bianchi
Repatriation – Building links between cycles
Discussant(s): Bertrand Sergot
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, E-012 – Arkadia
Movement and Mobility
Chair: David Weir
William Harvey, Diane van den Broek and Dimitria Groutsis
An introduction to intermediaries in the skilled migration labour market
Discussant(s): Margarida Fontes, Pedro Videira and Teresa Calapez
Bertrand Sergot
"Where we are is who we are": Geographical scales, spatial boundaries and the discursive (re)construction of organizational image
Discussant(s): Jana Costas
François Goxe and Nathalie Belhoste
Global mindset or global habitus? Struggles and regulations of social relationships in global mobility
Discussant(s): Steve McKenna and Amanda Peticca-Harris
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, E-012 – Arkadia
Networks and Relationships
Chair: Mayasandra-Nagaraja Ravishankar
Steve McKenna and Amanda Peticca-Harris
Social network analysis and the organizational self-initiated expatriate: Linking individual motivations and experiences to organizational network development
Discussant(s): Ling Eleanor Zhang and Mingpeng Huang
Teresa Calapez, Margarida Fontes and Pedro Videira
The impact of long term scientific mobility on the creation of persistent knowledge networks
Discussant(s): James Collins, Lotta Harju and Harri Paananen
Jasmin Mahadevan
Tracing the discourse of difference in migrant-host relations: A power perspective
Discussant(s): Eliane Pires Bianchi
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, E-012 – Arkadia
Mobility: Identity and Experiences
Chair: Amanda Peticca-Harris
Jana Costas
Problematizing mobile work: The metaphor of stickiness, non-place and the kinetic elite
Discussant(s): William Stopford Harvey, Diane van den Broek and Dimitria Groutsis
Marian Crowley-Henry and Noeleen Doherty
Global mobility & identity (re)construction: An 'identification' perspective
Discussant(s): Edson Keyso de Miranda Kubo and Beatriz Braga
Nadia deGama
Exploring how "non-Western" expatriates situated in the UAE experience a career: The importance of context
Discussant(s): Nathalie Bernoud-Belhoste and François Goxe
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, E-012 – Arkadia
Chair: David Weir
Lotta Harju, Harri Paananen and James Collins
Out of sight out of mind: Engagement and identity in distant virtual work
Discussant(s): Marian Crowley-Henry
Talita Trindade
Greening the seeds: A case study on the discursive institutionalization of the RSPO certification and the drives to legitimacy of private regulatory schemes
Discussant(s): Rashedur Chowdhury
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, E-012 – Arkadia
CSR, Stakeholders and Elites
Chair: Mayasandra-Nagaraja Ravishankar
Rashedur Chowdhury
A political stakeholder theory model of firms' response strategies towards marginalized stakeholders
Discussant(s): Talita Trinidade
Maarit Laihonen and Eeva-Lotta Apajalahti
Industrial elites in political decision making – The case of Finnish nuclear energy decision making
Discussant(s): David Weir
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, E-012 – Arkadia
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