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Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management, Second Edition
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Contents:

1. Introduction
Ingmar Björkman, Günter K. Stahl and Shad S. Morris

PART I: THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
2. Strategic Human Resource Management in Multinational Enterprises: Developments and Directions
Helen De Cieri and Peter J. Dowling

3. The International HR Department
Philip Stiles

4. International Employment Relations: The Impact of Varieties of Capitalism
Alexander Colvin and Owen Darbishire

5. Comparing HRM Policies and Practices Across Geographical Borders
Chris Brewster

6. International Human Resource Management and Firm Performance
Jaap Paauwe and Elaine Farndale

7. Global Knowledge Management and International HRM
Paul Sparrow

PART II: RESEARCH ON GLOBAL STAFFING, PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT
8. Global Staffing
David G. Collings and Hugh Scullion

9. Compensating Global Employees
Jaime Bonache and Luigi Stirpe

10. Global Performance Management Systems
Wayne F. Cascio

11. Global Talent Management: Theoretical Perspectives, Systems, and Challenges
Randall S. Schuler and Ibraiz Tarique

12. Developing Global Mindset and Global Leadership Capabilities
Joyce S. Osland, Allan Bird and Mark Mendenhall

13. Research on Intergroup Conflict: Implications for Diversity Management
Joerg Dietz, Emmanuelle Patricia Kleinlogel and Celia Wing See Chui

PART III: RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS AND GLOBAL CAREERS
14. Expatriate Adjustment and Performance Revisted
Mila B. Lazarova and David C. Thomas

15. Alternative Forms of International Working
Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Astrid Reichel and Paul Sparrow

16. International Assignee Selection and Cross-Cultural Training and Development
Paula Caligiuri and Ibraiz Tarique

17. Patriation of Global Cultural ‘Nomads’: The Reconceptualization of Repatriation in a Global Context
Michael Harvey and Miriam Moeller

PART IV: RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL TEAMS, ALLIANCES, MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
18. Global Virtual Team Dynamics and Effectiveness
Karsten Jonsen, Martha Maznevski and Sue Canney Davison

19. International Joint Venture System Complexity and Human Resource Management
Randall S. Schuler and Ibraiz Tarique

20. The Role of Human Resource Management in Cross-border Acquisitions
Joshua B. Sears, Ruth V. Aguilera and John C. Dencker

PART V: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
21. A Resource-based View of International Human Resources: The Role of Integrative and Creative Capabilities in Gaining a Competitive Advantage for MNCs
Bi-Juan Zhong, Shad S. Morris, Scott Snell and Patrick M. Wright

22. International Human Resource Management and Economic Theories of the Firm
Marion Festing

23. International Human Resource Management Research and Institutional Theory
Ingmar Björkman and Paul N. Gooderham

24. IHRM and Social Network/Social Capital Theory
Mark L. Lengnick-Hall and Cynthia A. Lengnick-Hall

25. Gender, Intersectionality and International Human Resource Management
Jeff Hearn, Beverly Dawn Metcalfe and Rebecca Piekkari

26. Critical Approaches to International Human Resource Management
Tuomo Peltonen

27. Language and International Human Resource Management
Rebecca Piekkari and Susanne Tietze

Index

About the Author

Edited by Günter K. Stahl, Professor of International Management, and Director, Center for Sustainability Transformation and Responsibility (STaR), Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria, Ingmar Björkman, Rector, Hanken School of Economics, Finland and Shad Morris, Marriott School of Management, US

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The editors should be congratulated in producing a volume that goes beyond the traditional boundaries of the subject. . . There is a high standard maintained throughout the handbook with chapters written by 48 authors from across the world. This allows discussion to move away from the traditional US-centric nature of the discipline and gives the book a truly international flavour. The range of scholars, from PhD candidates to established professors makes for an impressive collection, which should be widely read by human resource management and international business academics and practitioners alike. --Andy Hodder, Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations

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