Selected Publications Mag. Dr. Arno Haslberger, MSIR

Journal Articles

The dimensions of expatriate adjustment, Human Resource Management, 52, 3, May–June 2013, with Chris Brewster and Thomas Hippler
Does cross-cultural adjustment coincide with career capital growth? Evidence from Vienna, Austria, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24, 3-4, February 2013
Workplace spirituality and expatriate assignments: What are the issues?, Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion, 8, 1, March 2011
The End of a ‘Period’: Sustainability and the Questioning Attitude, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 9, 3, September 2010, with Vlad Vaiman, Scott Marshall, Nancy Napier, Sully Taylor, and Torben Anderson
Gender differences in expatriate adjustment, European Journal of International Management, 4, 1/2, 2010
Capital gains: expatriate adjustment and the psychological contract in international careers, Human Resource Management, 48, 3, May 2009, with Chris Brewster
The expatriate family: an international perspective, Journal of Managerial Psychology, 23, 2, May 2008, with Chris Brewster
Off Ramp – Or Dead End?, case study, Harvard Business Review, February 2007 (Harvard
Business Manager, April 2007, in German), with Sharman Esarey
The Complexities of Expatriate Adaptation, Human Resource Management Review, 15, 2, June 2005
Facets and Dimensions of Cross-Cultural Adaptation – Refining the Tools, Personnel Review, 34, 1, 2005
Development and Selection of Multinational Expatriates, Human Resource Development
Quarterly, 3, 3, Fall 1992, with Linda Stroh

 

 

Books

Managing Performance Abroad: A New Model for Understanding Expatriate Adjustment, Arno Haslberger, Chris Brewster and Thomas Hippler, Routledge, 2014
Managing Talent of Self-initiated Expatriates: A neglected source of the global talent flow, Vlad Vaiman and Arno Haslberger (editors), Palgrave Macmillan, 2013

 

 

Book Chapters
Werte- und Strategieorientiertes Personalmanagement, chapter in edited book, in: P. Heimerl, R. Sichler: “Strategie – Organisation – Personal – Führung“, UTB, 2012
Expatriate adjustment, chapter in edited book, in: C. Brewster, M. Dickmann, P. Sparrow:
“International Human Resource Management”, Routledge, 2008

 

 

Conference Presentations
Another look at expatriate family adjustment: Developing the models, paper to be presented at the 14th European Academy of Management Conference, Valencia, 4-7 June 2014, with Chris Brewster and Thomas Hippler
The Correspondence Model of Cross-Cultural Adjustment: Exploring Exchange Relationships, proceedings of EURAM’13, Istanbul, June 26-30, 2013, with Michael Dickmann
Relative embeddedness: Exploring voluntary turnover and career trajectories among traditional and self-initiated expatriates, proceedings of the Global Conference on International Human Resource Management, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, May 9-10, 2013, with Vlad Vaiman and Kristiina Mäkelä
Repatriation and repatriation adjustment – Individual and organisational perspectives, proceedings of the 12th European Academy of Management Conference, Rotterdam, 6-8 June 2012, with Chris Brewster and Thomas Hippler
On The Declining Significance of Career Considerations in Global Careers, paper presented as part of the symposium on “Global Careers: Content, Choices, and Consequences” at the Academy of Management annual meeting in Montreal, 7-10 August 2010
The Dimensions of Expatriate Adjustment, paper presented at the 11th IHRM Conference, Aston Business School, Birmingham UK, 9-12 June 2010, with Chris Brewster and Thomas Hippler
Perspectives on the Relationship between the Adjustment and the Performance of Expatriates, proceedings of the 10th European Academy of Management Conference, Rome, 19-22 May, 2010, with Chris Brewster
Does cross-cultural adjustment coincide with career capital growth? Evidence from Vienna, Austria, proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Global Business and Economic Development, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, May 27-30, 2009
The 3-D model of expatriate adjustment: Dimensions, dynamics and domains, paper presented at EIASM 4th Workshop on Expatriation, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 23-24 October 2008, with Chris Brewster
Cosmopolitan appeal: What makes a city attractive to expatriates and how do they benefit? The example of Vienna, Austria, paper presented at EIASM 4th Workshop on Expatriation, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 23-24 October 2008, with Karl Zehetner
Investigating voluntary turnover among self-propelled expatriates, paper presented at EIASM 23rd Workshop on Strategic Human Resource Management, Bled, Slovenia, 3-4 April 2008, with Vlad Vaiman
Gender differences in expatriate adjustment, paper presented at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, 6-8 August 2007
Domains of expatriate adjustment with special emphasis on work, paper presented at University of Cadiz – 6th International Workshop on Human Resource Management, Jerez, 17-18 May 2007, with Chris Brewster
Interim management and strategic staffing – Exploratory evidence from the UK, paper presented at EIASM 22nd Workshop on Strategic Human Resource Management, Brussels, 19-20 April 2007
Expatriate Adjustment – Systematic Extensions to Theory, in: Socially Responsive and Socially Responsible Employment and Work, Proceedings of ACREW / KCL 2006 Conference, July 2006, with Chris Brewster
Towards a taxonomy of expatriate adjustment, in: Management, Knowledge and Flexibility, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, December 2005, with Chris Brewster
Premature Return Of Expatriates: Reasons And Possible Remedies, Conference Proceedings, Midwest Division – Academy Of Management, 34th Annual Meeting, April 10-14, 1991, with Linda Stroh

 

 

Other Publications
Wie Auslandsaufenthalte Kompetenzen fördern, Personalmanager, Nr. 4, 2014
Die Attraktivität Wiens für Expatriates, Training, Nr. 2, 2009, with Karl Zehetner
Die Attraktivität Wiens für qualifizierte internationale Arbeitskräfte – Ein Forschungsprojekt der Webster Vienna Privatuniversität mit finanzieller Unterstützung des Presse- und Informationsdienstes der Stadt Wien und des Wiener Wirtschaftsförderungsfonds, unpublished research report for the City of Vienna, 2008, with Karl Zehetner
Snakes and Ladders: the organisation’s path to successful expatriation, 360 – The Ashridge Journal, Autumn 2006, with Sharman Esarey
Snakes and Ladders: the expatriate’s path to successful cross-cultural adjustment, 360 – The Ashridge Journal, Spring 2006, with Sharman Esarey
Commentary to Celtic Tiger case study, Harvard Business Review, November 2005 (Harvard
Business Manager, März 2006, in German), with Sharman Esarey
Should I stay or Should I Go: Assessing Expatriate Opportunities, Ashridge report, October 2005, with Sharman Esarey
Moving People Abroad: A Guide to Successful Transitions, Ashridge report, October 2005, with Sharman Esarey
Controlling von Auslandsentsendungen: Teuer, aber auch gut?, Der Controlling Berater, Heft 5, 2005
Humanpotenzial und Human Resource Management, Der Controlling Berater, Heft 4, 2005
The Measurement of Cross-Cultural Adaptation, doctoral thesis, Johannes Kepler Universität, Linz, 1999
Premature Return of Expatriates: Reasons and Remedies, Mobility, October 1993, with Linda Stroh
Returning Managers Need Support from Employers, personnel, Vol. 68, No. 10, October 1991 with Linda Stroh
Forget Me Not: Overseas Support for Expatriates, Mobility, February 1991, with Linda Stroh
Expatriate Preparation Policies of Midwestern Companies, unpublished survey report, 1990