International Human Resource Management, 4/E
The fourth edition brings together leading academics to explore all of the key areas of the curriculum as well as the most important contemporary and emerging issues and debates.
The new edition offers an even more stimulating and focused journey through the field with:
- New chapters on Managing Diversity and Cross-Cultural Management in line with developments
- New stop and reflect boxes and end of chapter discussion questions to test your understanding
- Additional international case studies including examples from emerging markets
This text comes with access to a companion website (https://study.sagepub.com/harzing4e) containing web links, SAGE journal articles and more.
As a textbook this book will appeal to advanced undergraduate students and Masters students wanting a comprehensive and integrated treatment of International HRM that includes the most recent theoretical developments.
As a research book, it provides PhD students and other researchers with a very good introduction into the field and an extensive list of references that will allow them to get an up-to-date overview of the area.
Finally, practitioners looking for solutions to their international HR problems might find some useful frameworks in Parts 1 and 3, while the chapters in Part 2 will allow them to gain a better understanding of country differences in managing people.
Table of contents
Part I: Cultural, Comparative and Organizational Perspectives on IHRM
|Chapter 1: Culture and Cross-Cultural Management||Laurence Romani|
|Chapter 2: Comparative Human Resource Management||Chris Brewster and Wolfgang Mayrhofer|
|Chapter 3: The Transfer of Employment Practices across Borders in Multinational Companies||Tony Edwards|
|Chapter 4: Approaches to IHRM||Chris Rowley, Jean Qi Wei and Malcolm Warner|
Part II: International Assignments and Employment Practices
|Chapter 5: International Assignments||B. Sebastian Reiche and Anne-Wil Harzing|
|Chapter 6: Multinational Companies and the Host Country Environment||Damian Grimshaw, Jill Rubery and Phil Almond|
|Chapter 7: Regulation and Change in Global Employment Relations||Miguel Martinez Lucio and Robert Mackenzie|
|Chapter 8: Human Resource Management in Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions||Vladimir Pucik, Ingmar Bjorkman, Paul Evans and Gunter K. Stahl|
Part III: IHRM Policies and Practices
|Chapter 9: Managing Knowledge in Multinational Firms||Ingmar Bjorkman, Paul Evans, Vladimir Pucik and Dana Minbaeva|
|Chapter 10: Global Training and Development: Developing Global Leaders and Expatriates||Ashly H. Pinnington, Yaw A. Debrah and Christopher J. Rees|
|Chapter 11: Global and Local Resourcing||Chris Rowley, Alan Nankervis and Malcolm Warner|
|Chapter 12: Global Performance Management||Arup Varma and Pawan S. Budhwar|
|Chapter 13: Total Rewards in the International Context||K. Galen Kroeck and Mary Ann Von Glinow|
|Chapter 14: Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management in the Global Context||Fang Lee Cooke|
|Chapter 15: Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability through Ethical HRM||Fang Lee Cooke|
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Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting professor of International Management at Tilburg University. She is a Fellow of the Academy of International Business, a select group of distinguished AIB members who are recognized for their outstanding contributions to the scholarly development of the field of international business. In addition to her academic duties, she also maintains the Journal Quality List and is the driving force behind the popular Publish or Perish software program.