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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 15, Number 7, November, 2004

The development of political skill and political capital by global leaders through global assignments
pp. 1173-1188(16)
Authors: Harvey, Michael; Novicevic, Milorad M.

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Exploring the adjustment of American expatriate spouses in Germany
pp. 1189-1206(18)
Authors: Mohr, Alexander T.; Klein, Simone

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The evolution of post-Soviet labour processes: a case study of the hollowing out of paternalism in Moldova
pp. 1249-1261(13)
Authors: Gorton, Matthew; Ignat, Galina; White, John

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HRM practice in emerging economies: a long way to go in the Slovak hotel industry?
pp. 1262-1279(18)
Authors: Lucas, Rosemary; Marinova, Milena; Kucerova, Jana; Vetrokova, Milota

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The dialectics of human resource management in Cuba
pp. 1280-1292(13)
Authors: Cunha, Miguel Pina e; Cunha, Rita Campos e

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For better or worse? Non-standard jobs and high involvement work systems
pp. 1293-1316(24)
Authors: Felstead, Alan; Gallie, Duncan

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Fairness perceptions and work attitudes revisited: roles of employee specialty, hospital level and ownership
pp. 1317-1329(13)
Authors: Huang, Kuo-Cherh; Lu, Ning; Tang, Chao-Hsiun; Huang, Chung-I

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Neo-pluralism as a theoretical framework for understanding HRM in sub-Saharan Africa
pp. 1330-1353(24)
Authors: Khan, Alhajie Saidy; Ackers, Peter

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