Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management - Organization and Management Series (Hardback)Michael M. Harris (editor)
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Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management, a book in LEA's Organization and Management Series, provides a sophisticated, in-depth examination of research in international human resource management (IHRM). Editor Michael M. Harris compiles research in IHRM that is otherwise fragmented across numerous journals and conducted from several different approaches. In so doing, Harris recommends new directions and hypotheses to guide future researchers.
This well-organized and much needed volume explores topics ranging from how to conduct international human resource management using both qualitative and quantitative methods, to defining "culture", employee selection, performance management, union-management relations, and careers. Distinguished scholars discuss:national culture and cultural effectsmethodological issues in IHRMinternational performance management and appraisalinternational compensationinternational labor relationsexpatriate management.
Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management is a timely reference for all professors, graduate students, and advanced practitioners in the rapidly growing area of human resource management whose work is conducted in an international context, and can be used in courses on international business, international human resources, and IO psychology.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Weight: 680 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 21 mm
'The chapters in this important volume reflect in-depth, nuanced treatments of the most challenging issues that International Human Resource Managment scholars face. Each chapter is thoroughtly documented, and identifies the kinds of challenging questions that will define IHRM research for years to come.' - Wayne F. Cascio, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, USA
'The Handbook's in-depth and research-based treatment of key international human resource issues makes it a valuable resource not only for researchers, but also for managers charged with making and implementing international human resource strategies and decisions.' - Barry Gerhart, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA