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International Human Resource Management A Critical Text

by Hugh Scullion, Margaret Linehan

Part of the Management, Work and Organisations Series

International Human Resource Management A Critical Text Synopsis

International Human Resource Management provides a critical assessment of contemporary international HRM. Written by leading international scholars, this text explores the challenges confronting organizations as they seek to develop effective resourcing strategies in a global environment. International Human Resource Management is an excellent companion text for upper level undergraduate, postgraduates and MBA students studying international or comparative HRM.

International Human Resource Management A Critical Text Press Reviews

'An authoritative collection of readings for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students - offers chapters that synthesise insights from studies that engage with classical concerns of the field, such as strategy, context, process and operation of IHRM.. also four rather innovative chapters, focusing on women in management, Western workers in China. IHRM in developing countries and global leadership, each of which makes the volume an exciting new offering.' - The Times Higher Education Supplement

Book Information

ISBN: 9780333741399
Publication date: 7th January 2005
Author: Hugh Scullion, Margaret Linehan
Publisher: Red Globe Press an imprint of Macmillan Education UK
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 344 pages
Categories: International business,

About Hugh Scullion, Margaret Linehan

HUGH SCULLION is Professor of International Business, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland. MARGARET LINEHAN is in the Department of Adult Education at the Cork Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland.

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