International human resource managementAuthor: Budhwar, Pawan ; Schuler, Randall ; Sparrow, Paul Series: Sage library in business and management Publisher: Sage, 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781847874931Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical referencesContents Note: Vol. 1 "International HRM: the MNE perspective", 393 p. ; Vol. 2 "International HRM: the MNE perspective", 356 p. ; Vol. 3 "Cross-cultural human resource management", 373 p. ; Vol. 4 "Cross-national comparative human resource management", 375 p.
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Includes bibliographical references
Vol. 1 "International HRM: the MNE perspective", 393 p. ; Vol. 2 "International HRM: the MNE perspective", 356 p. ; Vol. 3 "Cross-cultural human resource management", 373 p. ; Vol. 4 "Cross-national comparative human resource management", 375 p.
International Human Resource Management Volume I International HRM: The MNE Perspective Contents Appendix of Sources Preface Editors' Introduction: Developments in IHRM The MNE Perspective (I) Randall Schuler, Paul Sparrow and Pawan Budhwar xi xxiii xxix Models/Frameworks/Theories 1. An Integrative Framework of Strategic International Human Resource Management Randall S. Schuler, Peter J. Dowling and Helen De Cieri 2. Toward an Integrative Model of Strategic International Human Resource Management Sully Taylor, Schon Beechler and Nancy Napier 3. Strategic Human Resource Management in Multinational Enterprises: Theoretical and Empirical Developments Helen De Cieri and Peter J. Dowling 4. International Human Resource Management: A North American Perspective, a Thematic Update and Suggestions for Future Research Randall S. Schuler and Ibraiz Tarique 3 45 70 92 Strategy, Structure and the External Environment 5. Patterns of Strategic Control within Multinational Corporations Yves Doz and C.K. Prahalad 6. Influences on Human Resource Management Practices in Multinational Corporations Philip M. Rosenzweig and Nitin Nohria 7. Strategic Human Resources: A New Source for Competitive Advantage in the Global Arena Linda K. Stroh and Paula M. Caligiuri 8. Converting Global Presence into Global Competitive Advantage Anil K. Gupta and Vijay Govindarajan 9. Human Resource Issues and Activities in International Joint Ventures Randall S. Schuler 10. HR Issues and Activities in Mergers and Acquisitions Randall Schuler and Susan Jackson 11. Strategic Alliances, Organizational Learning, and Competitive Advantage: The HRM Agenda Vladimir Pucik 125 147 169 186 204 264 288 Knowledge and Learning Creation and Transfer 12. Knowledge Creation and Learning in International HRM Ken Kamoche 13. Knowledge Flows within Multinational Corporations Anil K. Gupta and Vijay Govindarajan 14. Knowledge Flows in MNCs: An Empirical Test and Extension of Gupta and Govindarajan's Typology of Subsidiary Roles Anne-Wil Harting and Niels Noorderhaven 15. Managing Subsidiary Knowledge Creation: The Effect of Control Mechanisms on Subsidiary Local Embeddedness Ulf Andersson, Ingmar Björkman and Mats Forsgren 305 319 353 375 Volume II International HRM: The MNE Perspective Editors' Introduction: Developments in IHRM The MNE Perspective (II) vii Randall Schuler, Paul Sparrow and Pawan Budhwar Planning and Staffing 16. Expatriate Selection, Training and Career-Pathing: A Review and Critique Mark E. Mendenhall, Edward Dunbar and Gary R. Oddou 17. A Review and Agenda for Expatriate FIRM Chris Brewster and Hugh Scullion 18. Who's in Charge? An Empirical Study of Executive Staffing Practices in Foreign Subsidiaries Anne-Wil Miming 19. A Theory-Based Framework for Strategic Global Human Resource Staffing Policies and Practices Michael Harvey, Cheri Speier and Milorad M. Novecevic 20. Changing Patterns of Global Staffing in the Multinational Enterprise: Challenges to the Conventional Expatriate Assignment and Emerging Alternatives David G. Collings, Hugh Scullion and Michael J. Morley 21. A Model of Multinational Enterprise Subsidiary Staffing Composition Ibraiz Tarique, Randall Schuler and Yaping Gong 3 16 28 33 73 98 Training, Development and Leadership 22. Toward the Boundaryless Career: A Closer Look at the Expatriate Career Concept and the Perceived Implications of an International Assignment Günter K. Stahl, Edwin L. Miller and Rosalie L. Bing 119 23. Selection and Training of Personnel for Overseas Assignments Rosalie L. Tung 24. Managing Globally Competent People Nancy J. Adler and Susan Bartholomew 25. Cultivating a Global Mindset Anil K. Gupta and Vijay Govindarajan 139 154 170 Compensation and Performance Management 26. Employee Performance Management across Borders: A Review of Relevant Academic literature Lisbeth Claus and Dennis Briscoe 27. Compensation Strategies in a Global Context Luis R. Gomez-Mejia and Theresa Welbourne 28. International Compensation Practices: A Ten-Country Comparative Analysis Kevin B. Lowe, John Milliman, Helen De Cieri and Peter J. Dowling 29. Host Country National Reactions to Expatriate Pay Policies: A Model and Implications Soo Min Toh and Angelo S. DeNisi IHR Department/Function 30. In Search of the Changing Role of the Corporate Human Resource Function in the International Firm Hugh Scullion and Ken Starkey 31. Towards a New Model of Globalizing HRM Chris Brewster, Paul Sparrow and Hilary Harris 32. Toward a Comprehensive Model of International Adjustment: An Integration of Multiple Theoretical Perspectives J. Stewart Black, Mark Mendenhall and Gary Oddou 283 306 331 189 214 231 258 Volume III Cross-Cultural Human Resource Management Editors' Introduction: Developments in Cross-Cultural Human Resource Management Paul Sparrow, Randall Schuler and Pawan Budhwar Key Perspectives on the Cross-Cultural Management Field 33. The Cultural Relativity of Organizational Practices and Theories Geert Hofstede 34. Cross-Cultural Management Research: The Ostrich and the Trend Nancy J. Adler 3 20 vii 35. The Cross-Cultural Puzzle of International Human Resource Management Andre Laurent 36. Managing Cross-National and Intra-National Diversity Rosalie L. Tung 37. Internationalization and Varieties of Capitalism: The Limited Effects of Cross-National Coordination of Economic Activities on the Nature of Business Systems Richard Whitley 31 41 56 Dimensions and Models of Culture 38. Clustering Countries on Attitudinal Dimensions: A Review and Synthesis Simcha Ronen and Oded Shenkar 39. A Theory of Cultural Values and Some Implications for Work Shalom H. Schwartz 40. Understanding Cultures and Implicit Leadership Theories across the Globe: An Introduction to Project GLOBE Robert House, Mansour Javidan, Paul Hanges and Peter Dorfman 41. Cultural Dimensions at the Individual Level of Analysis: The Cultural Orientations Framework Martha L. Maznevski, Joseph J. DiStefano, Carolina B. Gomez, Niels G. Noorderhaven and Pei-Chuan Wu 42. The Many Dimensions of Culture Harry C. Triandis 91 122 144 159 181 Cross-Cultural Training and Individual Capability 43. Cross-Cultural Training Effectiveness: A Review and a Theoretical Framework for Future Research J. Stewart Black and Mark Mendenhall 44. Global Mind-Sets and Cognitive Shift in a Complex Multinational Corporation Thomas P Murtha, Stefanie Ann Lenway and Richard Bagozzi 45. Strategic HRM through the Cultural Looking Glass: Mapping the Cognition of British and Indian Managers Pawan S. Budhwar and Paul R. Sparrow 46. Cultural Intelligence: Is Such a Capacity Credible? Charles Hampden-Turner and Fons Trompenaars 193 222 245 284 Methodological Insights 47. Hofstede's Model of National Culture Differences and Their Consequences: A Triumph of Faith - A Failure of Analysis 293 Brendan McSweeney 48. Structural Equivalence in Multilevel Research 319 Fons J.R. van de Vijver and Ype H. Poortinga 49. A Dynamic, Multi-Level Model of Culture: From the Micro Level of the Individual to the Macro Level of a Global Culture Miriam Erez and Efrat Gati 50. Contextual Influences on Culture Research: Shifting Assumptions for New Workplace Realities Sonja A. Sackmann and Margaret E. Phillips 337 351 Volume IV Cross-national Comparative Human Resource Management Editors' Introduction: Cross-National Comparative Human Resource Management Pawan Budhwar, Randall Schuler and Paul Sparrow vii Conceptual and Theoretical Perspectives in Comparative HRM 51. Comparative Human Resource Management (HRM): A Systems Perspective James P Begin 52. Building the Theory of Comparative HRM Peter Boxall 53. Towards a 'European' Model of Human Resource Management Chris Brewster 54. Rethinking Comparative and Cross-National Human Resource Management Research Pawan S. Budhwar and Yaw Debrah 55. Reconceptualizing Comparative Industrial Relations: Lessons from International Research Richard Locke, Thomas Kochan and Michael Piore 3 28 42 63 84 Frameworks for Cross-National Comparative HRM Investigations 56. Comparative Research in Human Resource Management: A Review and an Example Chris Brewster, Olga Tregaskis, Ariane Hegewisch and Lesley Mayne 57. An Integrative Framework for Understanding Cross-National Human Resource Management Practices Pawan S. Budhwar and Paul R. Sparrow 58. Institutional and Rational Determinants of Organizational Practices: Human Resource Management in European Firms Paul N. Gooderham, Odd Nordhaug and Kristen Ringdal 59. Converging Divergences: Worldwide Changes in Employment Systems Harry C. Katz and Owen Darbishire 109 129 157 183 60. A Framework for the Comparative Analysis of Personnel Administration V.V. Murray, Harish C. Jain and Roy J. Adams 61. Redefining the Field of European Human Resource Management: A Battle between National Mindsets and Forces of Business Transition Paul R. Sparrow and Jean-Marie Hiltrop 226 240 Empirical Investigations in Cross-National Comparative HEM 62. Human Resource Management in Europe: Evidence from Ten Countries Chris Brewster and Henrik Holt Larsen 63. National Factors Determining Indian and British HRM Practices: An Empirical Study Pawan S. Budhwar and Paul R. Sparrow 64. Competition and Change: Mapping the Indian HRM Recipe against World-Wide Patterns Paul R. Sparrow and Pawan S. Budhwar 65. Convergence or Divergence: Human Resource Practices and Policies for Competitive Advantage Worldwide Paul Sparrow, Randall S. Schuler and Susan E. Jackson 66. Converging or Diverging? A Comparative Analysis of Trends in Contingent Employment Practice in Europe over a Decade Olga Tregaskis and Chris Brewster 267 289 305 324 351