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Political skill and cross-cultural adjustment among self-initiated expatriates: the role of host employer's psychological contract fulfillment
Journal of Global Mobility:The Home of Expatriate Management Research
PurposeUsing social influence theory, this study examines the relationship between self-initiated expatriates' (SIE) political skill, as a measure of their social effectiveness, and cross-cultural adjustment (CCA). It also tests whether the host employer's psychological contract (PC) fulfillment mediates this relationship.Design/methodology/approachPartial least square structural equation modeling (covariance-based SEM) technique is employed to analyze a sample of 209 SIEs.FindingsThe studydoi:10.1108/jgm-12-2021-0100 fatcat:xfnelq34nne63mvycpld6g7ioq