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Using a comparative configurational approach, we show, in a study of thirteen countries, that two structural characteristics of career success schemas—complexity and convergence—differ across country contexts and
are embedded in specific configurations of institutional factors. Adopting complexity and convergence as primary dimensions, we propose a two-by-two taxonomy of career success schemas at the country level. We contribute to the understanding of subjective careers across countries and across levels, discuss their importance for organizational career systems in MNEs, and propose specific guidelines for future comparative careers
- career success schemas
- configurational approach
- culture and institutional factors
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Chudzikowski, K., Dickmann, M. & Parry, E.
1/02/13 → …
Project: Research-related funding