Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management
Written by the field's most distinguished researchers, the book will stimulate thought for new research and provide a glimpse of where we have been and where we are going. The book explores issues such as the importance of linking IHRM activities to organizational strategy and culture; talent management; staffing; performance management; leadership development; diversity management; international assignment and mobility issues; and the role of IHRM in the management of global teams and cross-border joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions.
The Handbook illustrates that IHRM research is both theoretically deep and eclectic. Drawing upon a range of paradigms and perspectives this compendium will prove invaluable for HRM scholars, doctoral students, and others interested in IHRM research.
Contributors: R.V. Aguilera, A. Bird, I. Björkman, J. Bonache, C. Brewster, P. Caligiuri, W.F. Cascio, C.W.S. Chui, D.G. Collings, A. Colvin, O. Darbishire, S.C. Davison, H. De Cieri, J.C. Dencker, J. Dietz, P.J. Dowling, E. Farndale, M. Festing, P.N. Gooderham, M. Harvey, J. Hearn, K. Jonsen, E.P. Kleinlogel, M.B. Lazarova, C. Lengnick-Hall, M.L. Lengnick-Hall, W. Mayrhofer, M. Maznevski, M. Mendenhall, B.D. Metcalfe, M. Moeller, S.S. Morris, J.S. Osland, J. Paauwe, T. Peltonen, R. Piekkari, A. Reichel, R.S. Schuler, H. Scullion, J.B. Sears, S. Snell, P. Sparrow, G.K. Stahl, P. Stiles, L. Stirpe, I. Tarique, D.C. Thomas, S. Tietze, P.M. Wright, B.-J. Zhong