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Volume 15, Numbers 4-5, Numbers 4-5/June-August 2004

Human resource management in China revisited: introduction
pp. 617-634(18)
Author: Warner, Malcolm

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Key factors influencing HRM practices of overseas subsidiaries in China's transition economy
pp. 688-704(17)
Authors: Farley, John U.; Hoenig, Scott; Yang, John Z.

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Effective Japanese leadership in China: co-operative goals and applying abilities for mutual benefit
pp. 730-749(20)
Authors: Liu, Chunhong; Tjosvold, Dean; Wong, May

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Nationality, social network and psychological well-being: expatriates in China
pp. 775-793(19)
Authors: Wang, Xiaoyun; Kanungo, Rabindra N.

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Recruitment and selection in Chinese MNEs
pp. 814-835(22)
Authors: Shen, Jie; Edwards, Vincent

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Marketization and social protection reform: emerging HRM issues in China
pp. 853-877(25)
Authors: Zhu, Cherrie Jiuhua; Nyland, Chris

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Training and enterprise performance in transition: evidence from China
pp. 878-894(17)
Authors: Ng, Ying Chu; Siu, Noel Y.M.

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Public-sector pay in China: 1949-2001
pp. 895-916(22)
Author: Cooke, Fang Lee

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Towards an Asian model of human resource management? A comparative analysis of China, Japan and South Korea
pp. 917-933(17)
Authors: Rowley, Chris; Warner, Malcolm; Benson, John

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