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Global organizational control: A new role for inpatriates
Bond Business School Publications
  • Timothy Kiessling, Bond University
  • Michael Harvey, Bond University
Date of this Version
1-1-2006
Document Type
Journal Article
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Kiessling. T. & Harvey, M. (2006). Global organizational control: A new role for inpatriates. Multinational business review, 14(2), 1-27.

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Abstract
As organizations have expanded globally, control mechanisms utilized in the past may need to be supplemented with a new type of personnel, that of the inpatriate. Expatriates were the most widely used staffing for corporate control, but due to various issues, a complementary set of employees to facilitate corporate goals could be utilized. Inpatriation, as a practical and conceptual means to augment expatriation, is discussed, compared with, and contrasted to, expatriation. This research explores the use of inpatriates in facilitating global control.
Citation Information
Timothy Kiessling and Michael Harvey. "Global organizational control: A new role for inpatriates" (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tim_kiessling/12/