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International Human Resource Management

Theory and Practice

Mustafa Özbilgin

Palgrave 2004, 208 s. ISBN 0333993233
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DescriptionInternational Human Resource Management is a core text for undergraduate, specialist Master’s and MBA students taking a module in international or comparative human resource management. It provides and introduction to both the theory and practice of managing HR in an international context. It discusses the development of mainstream HRM and analyses the significance of the international contexts, processes and issues pertaining to the effective employment of people in different geographical locations. The book is underpinned by a clear analytical framework of key aspects of international HRM and contains some contributed chapters from experts in the field.

Contents Introducing International Human Resource Management
Aspects of International Human Resource Management
The Global Workforce
The National Context of International Human Resource Management
Strategic Aspects of International Human Resource Management
Operational Aspects of Managing International Human Resources
International Human Resource Management as a Career
Personal Competencies of International Human Resource Managers
Challenges Facing International Human Resource Management
Glossary
Author BiographiesMUSTAFA OZBILGIN is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Business Management, Queen Mary, University of London, UK .