This chapter examines six main issues, namely (1) The development of managers through expatriation, (2) The willingness of individuals to go abroad, (3) Individual career characteristics and their impact on both the type of career pursued internationally and international adjustment, (4) The impact of flexpatriation and foreign experience on career development, (5) The relationship between career and repatriation and (6) The relationship between career success and international assignment success.
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