Her primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Expatriate, Marketing, Public relations and International business. Her study in Spouse extends to Social psychology with its themes. The Expatriate study combines topics in areas such as Job performance, Job satisfaction and Big Five personality traits.
Her Job satisfaction research includes themes of Cultural adjustment, Cultural education and Econometrics. Her studies deal with areas such as Multinational corporation, Stressor, Demographic economics and Process as well as Marketing. The various areas that Margaret A. Shaffer examines in her Public relations study include Empirical research and Globalization.
Margaret A. Shaffer mainly focuses on Social psychology, Expatriate, Public relations, Marketing and Perspective. She focuses mostly in the field of Social psychology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Turnover and, in certain cases, Sample. The study incorporates disciplines such as Job performance, Embeddedness, Task and Organizational culture in addition to Expatriate.
Margaret A. Shaffer has researched Job performance in several fields, including Big Five personality traits and Personality. Her work on Organizational justice is typically connected to Taxonomy as part of general Public relations study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her Marketing research integrates issues from Knowledge management, Entrepreneurship and International business.
Her primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Conservation of resources theory, Expatriate, Perspective and Embeddedness. Her research ties Generalizability theory and Social psychology together. Her Conservation of resources theory research incorporates themes from Perceived control, Industrial and organizational psychology and Applied psychology.
Her Expatriate study combines topics in areas such as Organizational identity, Marketing, Multilevel model and Thriving. Her Marketing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Career satisfaction, Sample and International business. Her studies in Embeddedness integrate themes in fields like Belongingness, Social support and Psychological safety.
Social psychology, Expatriate, Work–family enrichment, Interface and Human–computer interaction are her primary areas of study. Her research on Social psychology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Embeddedness. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Career satisfaction, Sample, International business and Marketing.
Work–family enrichment is a subfield of Work–family conflict that she tackles.
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Input-based and time-based models of international adjustment: Meta-analytic evidence and theoretical extensions
Purnima Bhaskar-Shrinivas;David A. Harrison;Margaret A. Shaffer;Dora M. Luk.
Academy of Management Journal (2005)
Dimensions, Determinants, and Differences in the Expatriate Adjustment Process
Margaret A. Shaffer;David A. Harrison;K. Matthew Gilley.
Journal of International Business Studies (1999)
You can take it with you: individual differences and expatriate effectiveness.
Margaret A Shaffer;David A Harrison;Hal Gregersen;J Stewart Black.
EXPATRIATES' PSYCHOLOGICAL WITHDRAWAL FROM INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS: WORK, NONWORK, AND FAMILY INFLUENCES
Margaret A. Shaffer;David A. Harrison.
Personnel Psychology (1998)
In search of sustained competitive advantage: the impact of organizational culture, competitive strategy and human resource management practices on firm performance
Lismen L.M. Chan;Margaret A. Shaffer;Ed Snape.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (2004)
Choices, Challenges, and Career Consequences of Global Work Experiences: A Review and Future Agenda
Margaret A. Shaffer;Maria L. Kraimer;Yu Ping Chen;Mark C. Bolino.
Struggling for balance amid turbulence on international assignments: work–family conflict, support and commitment
Margaret A. Shaffer;David A. Harrison;K. Matthew Gilley;Dora M. Luk.
Journal of Management (2001)
Forgotten partners of international assignments: development and test of a model of spouse adjustment.
Margaret A. Shaffer;David A. Harrison.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2001)
The tug of work and family: Direct and indirect domain‐specific determinants of work‐family conflict
Carmen K. Fu;Margaret A. Shaffer.
Personnel Review (2001)
Equity and relationship quality influences on organizational citizenship behaviors: The mediating role of trust in the supervisor and empowerment
Dennis Wat;Margaret A. Shaffer.
Personnel Review (2005)
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