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Volume 23, Number 19, 1 November 2012

Whither Chinese HRM? Paradigms, models and theories
pp. 3943-3963(21)
Author: Warner, Malcolm

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Paternalistic and transactional HRM: the nature and transformation of HRM in contemporary China
pp. 3964-3982(19)
Authors: Zhu, Cherrie Jiuhua; Zhang, Mingqiong; Shen, Jie

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CEO background and the adoption of Western-style human resource practices in China
pp. 4009-4024(16)
Authors: Frear, Katherine A.; Cao, Yang; Zhao, Wei

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Does HRM facilitate employee creativity and organizational innovation? A study of Chinese firms
pp. 4025-4047(23)
Authors: Jiang, Jianwu; Wang, Shuo; Zhao, Shuming

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Transformational leadership in crisis situations: evidence from the People's Republic of China
pp. 4085-4109(25)
Authors: Zhang, Zhe; Jia, Ming; Gu, Lihong

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Organizational citizenship behavior in Chinese society: a reexamination
pp. 4145-4165(21)
Authors: Zhao, Hao; Wu, Jihong; Sun, Jian-Min; Chen, Charles Weizheng

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‘National’ identity, perceived fairness and organizational commitment in a Hong Kong context: a test of mediation effects
pp. 4166-4191(26)
Authors: Ehrhardt, Kyle; Shaffer, Margaret; Chiu, Warren C.K.; Luk, Dora M.

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