William S Harvey
William S Harvey
Associate Dean and Professor of Management, University of Exeter
Verified email at exeter.ac.uk - Homepage
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Strategies for conducting elite interviews
WS Harvey
Qualitative Research 11 (4), 431-441, 2011
Methodological approaches for interviewing elites
WS Harvey
Geography Compass 4 (3), 193-205, 2010
British and Indian scientists in Boston considering returning to their home countries
WS Harvey
Population, Space and Place 15 (6), 493-508, 2009
Strong or weak ties? British and Indian expatriate scientists finding jobs in Boston
WS Harvey
Global Networks 8 (4), 453-473, 2008
Managing exploration and exploitation paradoxes in creative organisations
E Knight, WS Harvey
Management Decision 53 (4), 809-827, 2015
British and Indian scientists moving to the United States
WS Harvey
Work and Occupations 38 (1), 68-100, 2011
Transformations in network governance: The case of migration intermediaries
D Groutsis, D van den Broek, WS Harvey
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (10), 1558-1576, 2015
Commercial Migration Intermediaries and the segmentation of skilled migrant employment
D Van den Broek, WS Harvey, D Groutsis
Work, Employment and Society 30 (3), 523-534, 2016
The social networks of British and Indian expatriate scientists in Boston
WS Harvey
Geoforum 39 (5), 1756-1765, 2008
Reputation and identity conflict in management consulting
WS Harvey, T Morris, MM Santos
Human Relations 70 (1), 92-118, 2017
Reputation and talent mobility in the Asia Pacific
WS Harvey, D Groutsis
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 53 (1), 22-40, 2015
Intermediaries and destination reputations: Explaining flows of skilled migration
WS Harvey, D Groutsis, D van den Broek
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2017
Managerial tacit knowledge, individual performance and the moderating role of employee personality
HA Manaf, S Armstrong, A Lawton, WS Harvey
International Journal of Public Sector Management., 2018
Winning the global talent war: A policy perspective
WS Harvey
Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management, 2014
Brain circulation to the UK? Knowledge and investment flows from highly skilled British expatriates in Vancouver.
WS Harvey
Journal of Management Development 31 (2), 173-186, 2012
Methodological approaches for junior researchers interviewing elites: a multidisciplinary perspective
WS Harvey
Economic Geography Research Group, 2009
Labour market experiences of skilled British migrants in Vancouver
WS Harvey
Employee Relations 34 (6), 658-669, 2012
Victory can be yours in the global war for talent
WS Harvey
Human Resource Management International Digest 21 (1), 37-40, 2013
The missing voices in the perceptions of tourism: The neglect of expatriates
CS Dutt, WS Harvey, G Shaw
Tourism management perspectives 26, 193-202, 2018
Brain circulation?
WS Harvey
Asian Population Studies 4 (3), 293-309, 2008
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