Stahl, G.K., Akkan, E., Reiche, B.S., Hajro, A., Zellmer-Bruhn, M., Lazarova, M.B., et al. (2024). Linking institutional context to the community and career embeddedness of skilled migrants: The role of destination and origin country identifications. Journal of International Business Studies.

Reiche*, B.S., & George*, M.M. (2023). Plug in, ponder, or pause? How global professionals’ prior identity tensions affected their responses to pandemic-induced disruptions. Academy of Management Discoveries. DOI: org/10.5465/amd.2022.0039 *Authors contributed equally. Available here

Reiche, B.S. (2023). Between interdependence and autonomy: Toward a typology of work design modes in the new world of work. Human Resource Management Journal. 33(4): 1001-1017. Available here

Reiche, B.S., Dimitrova, M., Westman, M., Chen, S., Wurtz, O., Lazarova, M., & Shaffer, M.A. (2023). Expatriate work role engagement and the work-family interface: A conditional crossover and spillover perspectiveHuman Relations, 76(3): 452-482. Available here

Peltokorpi*, V.M., Froese*, F.J., Reiche*, B.S., & Klar, S. (2022). Reverse knowledge flows: How and when do preparation and reintegration facilitate repatriate knowledge transfer? Journal of Management Studies, 59(7): 1869-1893. *Authors contributed equally. Available here 

Kim, H., Reiche, B.S., & Harzing, A.-W. (2022). How does successive inpatriation contribute to subsidiary capability building and subsidiary evolution? A longitudinal perspective on inpatriates’ knowledge transferJournal of International Business Studies, 53(7): 1394-1419. Available here

Neeley, T.B., & Reiche, B.S. (2022). How global leaders gain power through downward deference and reduction of social distance. Academy of Management Journal, 65(1): 1-24. Available here

Selmer, J., Dickmann, M., Froese, F.J., Lauring, J., Reiche, B.S., & Shaffer, M.A. (2022). The potential of virtual global mobility (VGM): Implications for practice and research. Journal of Global Mobility, 10(1): 1-13. Available here

Akkan, E., Lee, Y.-t., & Reiche, B.S. (2022). How and when do prior international experiences lead to global work? A career motivation perspective. Human Resource Management, 61(1): 117-132. Available here

Cerar, J., Nell, P.C., & Reiche, B.S. (2021). The declining share of primary data and the neglect of the individual level in international business research. Journal of International Business Studies, 52(7): 1331-1349. Available here

Froese, F.J., Stoermer, S., Reiche, B.S., & Klar, S. (2021). Best of both worlds: How embeddedness fit in the host unit and headquarters improve repatriate knowledge transfer. Journal of International Business Studies, 52(7): 1331-1349. Available here

Outila, V., Mihailova, I., Reiche, B.S., & Piekkari, R. (2020). A communicative perspective on the trust-control link in Russia. Journal of World Business, 55(6): 100971. Available here

Holtschlag, C., Masuda, A., Reiche, B.S., & Morales, C. (2020). Why do millennials stay in their jobs? The roles of protean career orientation, goal progress and organizational career management. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 118: 103366. Available here

Reiche, B.S., & Neeley, T. (2019). Head, heart or hands: How do employees respond to a radical global language change over time? Organization Science, 30(6): 1252-1269. Available here

Reiche, B.S., Lee, Y.-t., & Allen, D. (2019). Actors, structure, and processes: A review and conceptualization of global work integrating IB and HRM research. Journal of Management, 45(2): 359-383. Available here

Holtschlag, C., Reiche, B.S., & Masuda, A. (2019). How and when do core-self evaluations predict career satisfaction? The roles of positive goal emotions and occupational embeddedness. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 68(1): 126-149. Available here

Levy, O., & Reiche, B.S. (2018). The politics of cultural capital: Social hierarchy and organizational architecture in the multinational corporation. Human Relations, 71(6): 867-894. Available here

Lee, Y.-t., Masuda, A., Fu, X., & Reiche, B.S. (2018). Navigating between home, host, and global: Consequences of multicultural team members’ identity configurations. Academy of Management Discoveries, 4(2): 180-201. Available here

Reiche, B.S., Bird, A., Mendenhall, M.E., & Osland, J. (2017). Contextualizing leadership: A typology of global leadership roles. Journal of International Business Studies, 48(5): 552-572. Available here

Snihur, Y., Reiche, B.S., & Quintane, E. (2017). Sustaining actor engagement during the opportunity development process. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 11(1): 1-17. Available here

Harzing, A.-W., Pudelko, M., & Reiche, B.S. (2016). The bridging role of expatriates and inpatriates in knowledge transfer in multinational corporations. Human Resource Management, 55(4): 679-695. Available here

Shaffer, M.A., Reiche, B.S., Dimitrova, M., Lazarova, M., Chen, S., Westman, M., & Wurtz, O. (2016). Work and family role adjustment of global professionals: Scale development and validation. Journal of International Business Studies, 47(2): 113-139. Available here

Reiche, B.S., Harzing, A.-W., & Pudelko, M. (2015). Why and how does shared language affect subsidiary knowledge inflows? A social identity perspective. Journal of International Business Studies, 46(5): 528-551. Available here

Malek, M.A., Budhwar, P., & Reiche, B.S. (2015). Sources of support and expatriation: A multiple stakeholder perspective of expatriate adjustment and performance in Malaysia. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(2): 258-276. Available here  

Reiche, B.S., Cardona, P., Lee, Y.-t., Canela, M., & et al. (2014). Why do managers engage in trustworthy behavior? A multi-level cross-cultural study in 18 countries. Personnel Psychology, 67(1): 61-98. Available here

Chen, Y.-P., Shaffer, M.A., Westman, M., Chen, S., Lazarova, M., & Reiche, B.S. (2014). Family role performance: Scale development and validation. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 63(1): 190-218. Available here

Harzing, A.-W., Reiche, B.S., & Pudelko, M. (2013). Challenges in international survey research: A review with illustrations and suggested solutions for best practice. European Journal of International Management. 7(1): 112-134. Available here

Mendenhall, M.E., Reiche, B.S., Bird, A., & Osland, J.S. (2012). Defining the ‘global’ in global leadership. Journal of World Business, 47(4): 493-503. Available here

Reiche, B.S. (2012). Knowledge benefits of social capital upon repatriation: A longitudinal study of international assignees. Journal of Management Studies, 49(6): 1052-1077. Available here

Quintane, E., Casselman, R.M., Reiche, B.S., & Nylund, P. (2011). Innovation as a knowledge-based outcome. Journal of Knowledge Management. 15(6): 928-947. Available here

Reiche, B.S., Kraimer, M.L., & Harzing, A.-W. (2011). Why do international assignees stay? An organizational embeddedness perspective. Journal of International Business Studies, 42(4): 521-544. Available here

Reiche, B.S. (2011). Knowledge transfer in multinationals: The role of inpatriates’ boundary spanning. Human Resource Management, 50(3): 365-389. Available here

Harvey, M., Reiche, B.S., & Moeller, M. (2011). Developing effective global relationships through staffing with inpatriate managers: The role of interpersonal trust. Journal of International Management, 17(2): 150-161. Available here

Lee, Y.-t., Reiche, B.S., & Song, D. (2010). How do newcomers fit in? The dynamics between person-environment fit and social capital across cultures. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 10(2): 153-174. Available here

Reiche, B.S. (2009). To quit or not to quit: Organizational determinants of staff turnover in MNC subsidiaries in Singapore. International Journal of Human Resource Management,20(6): 1362-1380. Available here

Reiche, B.S., Harzing, A.-W., & Kraimer, M.L (2009). The role of international assignees’ social capital in creating intellectual capital: A cross-level model. Journal of International Business Studies, 40(3): 509-526. Available here

Reiche, B.S. (2008). The configuration of employee retention practices in multinational corporations’ foreign subsidiaries. International Business Review, 17(6), 676-687. Available here

Reiche, B.S. (2007). The effect of international staffing practices on subsidiary staff retention in multinational companies. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 18(4): 523-536. Available here

Reiche, B.S. (2006). The inpatriate experience in multinational corporations: An exploratory case study in Germany. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 17(9): 1572-1590. Available here