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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 27, Number 2, 1 April 2017

Editorial overview: HRM and innovation — a multi‐level perspective
pp. 203-208(6)
Authors: Shipton, Helen; Budhwar, Pawan; Sparrow, Paul; Brown, Alan

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When the fit between HR practices backfires: Exploring the interaction effects between rewards for and appraisal of knowledge behaviours on innovation
pp. 209-227(19)
Authors: Andreeva, Tatiana; Vanhala, Mika; Sergeeva, Anastasia; Ritala, Paavo; Kianto, Aino

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Human resource management innovation in health care: the institutionalisation of new support roles
pp. 228-245(18)
Authors: Kessler, Ian; Heron, Paul; Spilsbury, Karen

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HRM and innovation: looking across levels
pp. 246-263(18)
Authors: Shipton, Helen; Sparrow, Paul; Budhwar, Pawan; Brown, Alan

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The role of HRM in facilitating team ambidexterity
pp. 264-280(17)
Authors: Jørgensen, Frances; Becker, Karen

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HRM and innovation: a multi‐level organisational learning perspective
pp. 300-317(18)
Authors: Lin, Cai‐Hui (Veronica); Sanders, Karin

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