Interrelationship of expatriate employees’ personality, cultural intelligence, cross-cultural adjustment, and entrepreneurship

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Christina Yu-Ping Wang
Man-Chun Lien
Bih-Shiaw Jaw
Chen-Yu Wang
Yi-Shien Yeh
Shu-Hung Kung
Cite this article:  Wang, C., Lien, M., Jaw, B., Wang, C., Yeh, Y., & Kung, S. (2019). Interrelationship of expatriate employees’ personality, cultural intelligence, cross-cultural adjustment, and entrepreneurship. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 47(12), e8341.


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In this study we combined the organizational behavior literature with international human resource management theory to investigate expatriates in the context of the interrelationship of the Big Five personality traits, cultural intelligence, cross-cultural adjustment, and entrepreneurship. We used a data sample of 230 individuals to empirically confirm that expatriates’ personality, cultural intelligence, and cross-cultural adjustment are key factors in successful expatriate entrepreneurship in a cross-cultural context. Our results provide a deeper understanding of the antecedents of entrepreneurship that affect expatriates’ entrepreneurial performance in an overseas posting.

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