Globalizing International Human Resource Management

Hardcover | January 11, 2008

EditorChris Rowley, Malcolm Warner

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This edited book, in twelve chapters on covers a wide range of regional and national cultures, as well as perspectives, exploring how these might shape both theory and practice in the field of international human resource management.

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This edited book, in twelve chapters on covers a wide range of regional and national cultures, as well as perspectives, exploring how these might shape both theory and practice in the field of international human resource management.

Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1 inPublished:January 11, 2008Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415440017

ISBN - 13:9780415440011

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Table of Contents

Introduction  1. Introduction: Globalizing International Human Resource Management  2. International HRM: A Thematic Update and Suggestions for Future Research  3. HRM with ¿Asian¿ Characteristics: A Hybrid People-Management System in East Asia  4. Comparative HRM: A European Perspective  5. Vertical Integration of Corporate Management in International Firms: Implementation of HRM and the Asset Specificities of Firms in China  6. What Drives Adoption of Innovative SHRM Practices in Indian Organizations?  7. Building Flexibility into Multinationals¿ HR Strategy: A Study of Four South African MNEs  8. Globalization of HR at Function Level: Four UK-Based Case-Studies of the International Recruitment and Selection Process  9. The HR Challenge to Outward FDI Aspirations from Emerging Economies: The Case of China  10. The Prospect for Gender Diversity in Japanese Employment and Human Resource Management  11. The Impact of Culture on HRM Styles and Firm Performance: Evidence from Japanese Parents, Japanese Subsidiaries/Joint Ventures and South Asian Local Companies  12. Introducing the Impact of Technology: A ¿Neo-Contingency¿ HRM Anglo-French Comparison