VOLUME ONE: FOUNDATIONS OF CAREER STUDIES Images of Career - Kerr Inkson Nine Key Metaphors Psychological Success - Douglas Hall and Dawn Chandler When the Career Is a Calling Protean Careers of the 21st Century - Douglas Hall The Boundaryless Career - Robert Defillippi and Michael Arthur A Competency-Based Perspective Vocational Development Theory - Donald Super Persons, Positions and Processes Exploring Careers with a Typology - John Holland What We Have Learned and Some New Directions Sociocognitive Mechanisms of Personal Agency in Career Development - Robert Lent and Gail Hackett Pantheoretical Perspectives One Step towards Realizing the Multidisciplinarity of Career Studies - Audrey Collin Careers, Identities and Institutions - Stephen Barley The Legacy of the Chicago School of Sociology Helping People Choose Jobs - Mark Savickas A History of the Guidance Profession Tracing the Historical Roots of Career Theory in Management and Organization Studies - Celia Moore, Hugh Gunz and Douglas Hall Career Anchors Revisited - Edgar Schein Implications for Career Development in the 21st Century The Dual Meaning of Managerial Careers - Hugh Gunz Organizational and Individual Levels of Analysis The Changing Nature of Careers - Sherry Sullivan A Review and Research Agenda Examining Contemporary Careers - Michael Arthur A Call for Interdisciplinary Inquiry The Intelligent Career Framework as a Basis for Interdisciplinary Inquiry - Polly Parker, Scetlana Khapova and Michael Arthur VOLUME TWO: CAREERS IN CONTEXT The People Make the Place - Benjamin Schneider Person-Organization Fit, Job Choice Decisions and Organizational Entry - Daniel Cable and Timothy Judge Psychological Contracts in the Workplace - Denise Rousseau Understanding the Ties That Motivate The Elephant in the Room? Class and Creative Careers in British Advertising Agencies - Charlotte McLeod, Stephanie O'Donohoe and Barbara Townley Sources of Conflict between Work and Family Roles - Jeffrey Greenhaus and Nicholas Beutell Careers and Organizational Labor Markets - Shelby Stewman and Suresh Konda Demographic Models of Organizational Behavior Finding a Place in History - Candace Jones Symbolic and Social Networks in Creative Careers and Collective Memory Strategic Determinants of Managerial Labor Markets - Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Maury Peiperl and John Kotter A Career-Systems View The 'Bounded' Career - Zella King, Simon Burke and Jim Pemberton An Empirical Study of Human Capital, Career Mobility and Employment Outcomes in a Mediated Labour Market Back to Square Zero - Maury Peiperl and Yehuda Baruch The Post-Corporate Career Challenges for the Boundaryless Career Odyssey - Judith Pringle and Mary Mallon Constructing Scientific Careers - Joanne Duberley, Laurie Cohen and Mary Mallon Change, Continuity and Context Enacting Global Careers - Tineke Cappellen and Maddy Janssens Organizational Career Scripts and the Global Economy as Co-Existing Career Referents New Directions for Boundaryless Careers - Svenja Tams and Michael Arthur Agency and Interdependence in a Changing World Contextual Issues in the Study of Careers - Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Michael Meyer and Johannes Streyer Boundaryless Careers - Kerr Inkson et al Bringing Back Boundaries VOLUME THREE: CAREERS AS HUMAN EXPERIENCE Transition Discontinuities and the Biographical Shaping of Early Work Careers - Walter Heinz Life Themes - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Olga Beattie A Theoretical and Empirical Exploration of Their Origins and Effects Establishing a Career - Janet Dix and Mark Savickas Developmental Tasks and Coping Responses A Theory of Work Role Transitions - Nigel Nicholson Predictors of Success in the Era of the Boundaryless Career - Lillian Eby, Marcus Butts and Angie Lockwood Playing to Win - Nigel Nicholson and Wendy de Waal-Andrews Biological Imperatives, Self-Regulation and Trade-offs in the Game of Career Success A Survival Analysis of the Impact of Boundary Crossings on Managerial Career Advancement up to Mid-Career - Zheng Chen, John Veiga and Gary Powell Career Success in a Boundaryless Career World - Michael Arthur, Svetlana Khapova and Celeste Wilderom Careers - Daniel Feldman and Thomas Ng Mobility, Embeddedness and Success Bosses' Perceptions of Family-Work Conflict and Women's Promotability - Jenny Hoobler, Sandy Wayne and Grace Lemmon Glass Ceiling Effects Elite Careers and Family Commitment - Scott Coltrane It's (Still) about Gender Conceptualizing and Evaluating Career Success - Peter Heslin Climbing the Corporate Ladder - Karen Lyness and Donna Thompson Do Female and Male Executives Follow the Same Route? Kaleidoscope Careers - Lisa Mainiero and Sherry Sullivan An Alternate Explanation for the 'Opt-out' Revolution Job Search and Voluntary Turnover in a Boundaryless World - Marco DiRenzo and Jeffrey Greenhaus A Control-Theory Perspective Crossing National Boundaries - Jelena Zikic, Jaime Bonache and Jean-Luc Cerdin A Typology of Qualified Immigrants' Career Orientations VOLUME FOUR: CAREERS IN PRACTICE A Taxonomy of Difficulties in Career Decision-Making - Itamar Gati, Mina Krausz and Samuel Osipow Vocational Counseling and Interventions - Susan Whiston An Exploration of Future 'Big' Questions Using Super's Career Development Assessment and Counselling (C-DAC) Model to Link Theory to Practice - Spencer Niles Constructivism and Social Constructionism in the Career Field - Richard Young and Audrey Collin Life Design - Mark Savickas A Paradigm for Career Intervention in the 21st Century The Happenstance Learning Theory - John Krumboltz Narrating Career, Positioning Identity - Kirsi LaPointe Career Identity as a Narrative Practice How to Stay Stuck in the Wrong Career - Herminia Ibarra How to Be a Successful Career Capitalist - Kerr Inkson and Michael Arthur Crafting Scholarly Life - Ned Wellman and Gretchen Spreitzer Strategies for Creating Meaning in Academic Careers Stretchwork - Siobhan O'Mahony and Beth Bechky Managing the Career Progression Paradox in External Labor Markets Marginal Mentoring - Belle Ragins, John Cotton and Janice Miller The Effects of Type of Mentor, Quality of Relationship and Program Design on Work and Career Attitudes Reconceptualizing Mentoring at Work - Monica Higgins and Kathy Kram A Developmental-Network Perspective Organizational Career Development Is not Dead - Marjolein Lips-Wiersma and Douglas Hall A Case Study on Managing the New Career during Organizational Change Unraveling the Relationship between Organizational Career Management and the Need for External Career Counseling - Marijke Verbruggen, Luc Sels and Anneleen Forrier Reviving the Relevance of Career Development in Human Resource Management - Kimberly McDonald and Linda Hite A Sociocognitive Framework for Career Choice Counseling - Steven Brown and Robert Lent
Kerr Inkson is an Emeritus Professor at The University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand. He has a PhD from the University of Otago. His 47-year academic career included 24 years as full Professor, at five New Zealand universities. An expert in management, organizational behavior and career development, Kerr has published 17 books, over 50 book chapters and 75 refereed journal articles. His most recent books are Understanding Careers (SAGE - 2nd edition due in Nov 2014); Cultural Intelligence (co-authored with David C Thomas, 2nd edition, Berrett-Koehler, 2009); Career Studies (4-volume collection, co-edited with Mark Savickas, SAGE, 2012); and Managing Expatriates (co-authored with Yvonne McNulty, Business Expert Press, 2013). His careers research includes interests in new forms of career, the use of metaphor in career theory and practice, and international careers. His journal credits include Administrative Science Quarterly, Human Relations, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of World Business, Organizational Dynamics, and Organization Studies. He is a former Chair of the Careers Division, Academy of Management.