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Advances in Global Leadership

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ISSN: 1535-1203

Editor: Joyce Osland, Mark Mendenhall and Ming Li
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As organizations and leadership become more global, there are pressing needs for better developed conceptual models and definitions of what is meant by global leadership. Further, there is a need to integrate models and empirical evidence from multiple cultures and from non-Western authors.

This series will be of value to: academics doing research and teaching on subjects related to leadership, international business, organizational behavior, and international management; practitioners and consultants who are managing global leadership development processes; and to individuals engaged in global leadership.


Upcoming Publications

Advances in Global Leadership, Volume 11

Volume 11 of the journal, "Advances in Global Leadership," continues to advance both global leadership research and practice by bridging and integrating conceptual, empirical and practitioner perspectives to provide a deeper understanding of this rapidly growing field of study. Part I presents innovative foundational research on global leadership processes, systematic bibliometric literature reviews, and a holistic approach to talent selection. Part II, the Practitioner's Corner, contains papers submitted in response to our call for global leadership development in university settings. The editors conclude with directions for future research as well as benchmarks for university global leadership programs and study abroad initiatives. This volume is a wonderful primer for anyone tasked with designing and assessing global leadership development programs for students. The Advances in Global Leadership series, with its finger firmly on the pulse of this exciting field, is a must-read book for scholars and practitioners alike.

Praise for the series

"As one vitally involved in the development of global leaders, I look forward to the Advances in Global Leadership series. It has consistently been a benchmark of fresh and insightful scholarship that makes sense and provides value to those of us who grapple with the challenge of bringing to bear robust behavioral science to real world issues.  Mobley, Wang and Li have again brought together an excellent group of authors to illuminate this timeless and ever more critical subject".
Mathew J. Jacob
Vice President - Organization Effectiveness
Applied Materials, Santa Clara, CA, USA

Contact the Editorial Team

Series Editors
Joyce Osland, San José State University, USA
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Mark Mendenhall, University of Tennessee, USA
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Ming Li, University of LIverpool, UK

Editorial Board

Nancy Adler, McGill University, Canada
Roya Ayman, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Joanne Barnes, Indiana Wesleyan University, USA
Schon Beechler, INSEAD, France 
Janet M. Bennett, The Intercultural Communication Institute, USA
Allan Bird, Northeastern University, USA
J. Stewart Black, INSEAD, France
Nakiye Avdan Boyacigiller, Sabançi University, Turkey
Rachel Clapp-Smith, Purdue University, USA
Juergen Deller, Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Germany
Mary F. Sully De Luque, Thunderbird at Arizona State University, USA
Juergen Deters, Leuphana University at Lueneburg, Germany
Charles Dhanaraj, IMD Business School, Switzerland
Hal B. Gregersen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Ernie Gundling, Aperian Global, USA
Mila Lazarova, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Yih-teen Lee, IESE Business School, Spain
Gretchen Vogelgesang Lester, San José State University, USA
Orly Levy, IMD Business School, Switzerland
Thomas Maak, University of South Australia, Australia
Susan R. Madsen, Utah Valley University, USA
Kristiina Mäkelä, Aalto University School of Business, Finland
Martha Maznevski, IMD Business School, Switzerland
Jeanne M. McNett, Northeastern University, USA
Christof Miska, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Allen Morrison, Thunderbird at Arizona State University, USA
Kyoung-Ah Nam, American University, USA
Minna Paunova, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Maury A. Peiperl, Cranfield University, UK
Nicola Pless, University of South Australia, Australia
B. Sebastian Reiche, IESE Business School, Spain
Margaret A. Shaffer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Ibraiz Tarique, Pace University, USA
Sully Taylor, Portland State University, USA
David C. Thomas, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Vlad Vaiman, California Lutheran University, USA
Stephen J. Zaccaro, George Mason University, USA
Lena Zander, Uppsala University, Sweden

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