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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 25, Number 2, 19 January 2014

HRM in the Middle East: toward a greater understanding
pp. 133-143(11)
Authors: Afiouni, Fida; Ruël, Huub; Schuler, Randall

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Local female talent retention in the Gulf: Emirati women bending with the wind
pp. 144-166(23)
Authors: Marmenout, Katty; Lirio, Pamela

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What locals want: Jordanian employees' views on expatriate managers
pp. 212-233(22)
Authors: Syed, Jawad; Hazboun, Nour George; Murray, Peter A.

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Multilevel HRM systems and intermediating variables in MNCs: longitudinal case study research in Middle Eastern settings
pp. 234-251(18)
Authors: AL-Husan, Faten Baddar; AL-Hussan, Fawaz Baddar; Perkins, Stephen J.

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The efficacy of high performance work practices in the Middle East: evidence from Algerian firms
pp. 252-275(24)
Authors: Ramdani, Boumediene; Mellahi, Kamel; Guermat, Cherif; Kechad, Rabah

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Goal orientation effects on behavior and performance: evidence from international sales agents in the Middle East
pp. 317-340(24)
Authors: Chakrabarti, Ronika; Barnes, Bradley R.; Berthon, Pierre; Pitt, Leyland; Monkhouse, Lien L.

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