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Managing human resources in Europe: a thematic approach

Author: Larsen, Henrik Holt ; Mayrhofer, Wolfgang Series: Routledge global human resource management series Publisher: Routledge 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 281 p. : Graphs ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780415351010Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Managing Human Resources in Europe A Thematic Approach Contents List of illustrations List of contributors Foreword Preface 1 European HRM: a distinct field of research and practice WOLFGANG MAYRHOFER AND HENRIK HOLT LARSEN vii ix xiii xv 1 Looking outside: the institutional context 2 The European Union and HRM: impact on present and future members IVAN SVETLIK AND RUTH ALAS 19 21 3 Deregulation: HRM and the flexibility-security nexus KOEN DEWETTINCK, DIRK BUYENS, CÉLINE AUGER, FRANÇOISE DANY AND TON WILTHAGEN 45 4 European employment relations: from collectivism to individualism? ERLING RASMUSSEN AND TORBEN ANDERSEN 63 Looking inside: embeddedness in the organization 5 HRM in multinational corporations: strategies and systems PAUL GOODERHAM AND ODD NORDHAUG 85 87 6 HRM in small and medium enterprises: typical, but typically ignored ELENI STAVROU-COSTEA AND BO MÅNSON 107 7 HRM in not-for-profit international organizations: different, but also alike CHRIS BREWSTER AND STEPHEN LEE 131 Looking at oneself: the roles and contribution of HRM 8 Measuring HRM: the acid test for managing intangible resources ULF JOHANSON AND BO HANSSON 149 151 9 HRM and organizational performance: universal and contextual evidence IRENE NIKANDROU, RITA CAMPOS E CUNHA AND NANCY PAPALEXANDRIS 177 10 Role of HR professionals: OD consultants, strategic brokers or individual therapists? CHRISTOPHER MABEY, ANNE-METTE HJALAGER AND BIRTHE KÅFJORD LANGE 197 Looking beyond: societal and economic macro-trends 11 Diversity and diversity management: a comparative advantage? MARGARET LINEHAN AND EDELTRAUD HANAPPI-EGGER 215 217 12 Virtualization: boundaryless organizations and electronic human resource management RÜDIGER KABST AND STEFAN STROHMEIER 235 Conclusion 13 European HRM: on the road again HENRIK HOLT LARSEN AND WOLFGANG MAYRHOFER 257 259

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