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Corporate global nomadism: the role of the transnational professional as consumer of popular management discourses.
An increasing body of research has paid particular attention to the role of different organizational actors in the consumption of popular management ideas, including their local diffusion, adaptation and enactment. However, ...
Global nomadism: a discursive and narratological analysis of identity concepts in the ‘mobile professional’.
(Robert Gordon University, 2015-03)
This thesis examined to what extent a particular class of highly mobile professionals has internalized the contemporary discourse of corporate global nomadism, proposed by the researcher as an example of the kind of ...
The contradictory condition of 'homelessness' in the life of the transnational professional.
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-06-23)
This paper explores the condition of 'homelessness' as self-represented by a particular category of skilled professionals, who in the pursuit of work have relocated internationally more than once. The argument proposed is ...