ISSN 0958-5192, Online ISSN: 1466-4399
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Managing human resources across cultures: a comparative analysis of practices in industrial enterprises in China and The Netherlands
Verburg R. M.; Drenth P. J. D.; Koopman P. L.; Muijen J.J.V.; Wang Z-M.
Part-time work in the public health service of Denmark, France and the UK
Conditions for the success of peer evaluation
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The role of inpatriation in global staffing
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Would you trust your foreign manager? An empirical investigation
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The coffee-machine system: how international selection really works
Harris H.; Brewster C.
The impact of changes to the human resources function in Australia
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The ranking of scholarly journals in international human resource management
Caligiuri P. M.
Running on the spot? A review of twenty years of research on the management of human resources in comparative and international perspective
Clark T.; Gospel H.; Montgomery J.
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