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Volume 23, Number 9, 1 May 2012

The scope and trajectory of strategic HR research: evidence from American and British journals
pp. 1739-1762(24)
Authors: Batt, Rosemary; Banerjee, Mallika

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Gender, globalisation and development: a re-evaluation of the nature of women's global work
pp. 1763-1787(25)
Authors: Hutchings, Kate; Lirio, Pamela; Metcalfe, Beverly Dawn

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Effective teamwork at the top: the evidence from China
pp. 1853-1870(18)
Authors: Wei, Li-Qun; Lau, Chung-Ming

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‘Taking on almost everyone?’ Migrant and employer recruitment strategies in a booming labour market
pp. 1871-1887(17)
Authors: Moriarty, Elaine; Wickham, James; Krings, Torben; Salamonska, Justyna; Bobek, Alicja

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Employee behavioral options in problematic working conditions: response pattern analysis
pp. 1888-1907(20)
Authors: Hsiung, Hsin-Hua; Yang, Kuo-Pin

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The role of political tactics on the organizational context–career success relationship
pp. 1908-1929(22)
Authors: Kapoutsis, Ilias; Papalexandris, Alexandros; Thanos, Ioannis C.; Nikolopoulos, Andreas G.

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The measurement of work–family culture in Spain and some applications to other economies
pp. 1930-1949(20)
Authors: de Sivatte, Isabel; Guadamillas, Fátima

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Revealing the screening: organisational factors influencing the recruitment of immigrant professionals
pp. 1950-1965(16)
Authors: Almeida, Shamika; Fernando, Mario; Sheridan, Alison

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