Managers as Employees: An International Comparison of the Changing Character of Managerial Employment by Myron J. RoomkinManagers as Employees: An International Comparison of the Changing Character of Managerial Employment by Myron J. Roomkin

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This collection of essays examines the role of managers as employees in nine industrialized countries--Britain, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, West Germany, Sweden, France, Italy, and Japan. Focusing on middle managers, including professionals, the contributors document thedifferences and similarities that exist in the employment relationships of managers in these countries, trace the forces that shape these relationships, and discuss the ways that these relationships have been affected by developments in the business environment over the last two decades. Thedistinguished contributors include Greg Bamber, Ed Snape, Russell D. Lansbury, Annabelle Quince, David F. Smith, Eberhard Witte, Karl-Olof Faxen, Hakan Lundgren, Jacques Rojot, Claudio Pellegreni, and Vladimir Pucik.

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Myron J. Roomkin is at Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University.
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Title:Managers as Employees: An International Comparison of the Changing Character of Managerial…Format:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 9.57 × 6.5 × 1.14 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ContributorsAbbreviationsPart I - Introduction1. Myron J. Roomkin: An OverviewPart II - English-speaking Countries2. Greg Bamber and Ed Snape: Britain3. Myron J. Roomkin: United States4. Russell D. Lansbury and Annabelle Quince: Australia5. David F. Smith: New ZealandPart III - Continental European Countries6. Eberhard Witte: Germany7. Karl-Olof Faxd'en and Hakan Lundgren: Sweden8. Jacques Rojot: France9. Claudio Pellegrini: ItalyPart IV - Japan10. Vladimir Pucik and Myron J. Roomkin: JapanIndex

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Exploring the role of managers as employees in Britain, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Sweden, France, Italy, and Japan, Managers as Employees documents the differences and similarities that exist in the employment relationships of managers in these developed countries, and identifies the forces that shape and regulate these relationships.

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"Managers as Employees, with its unique perspective, stands alone as a significant contribution to our knowledge of contemporary international comparative employment relations among a neglected segment of the labor force. Students, academics, and practitioners alike will find this bookengaging and informative."--Stuart M. Schmidt, Temple University