Management Revue

Peer-reviewed journal publishes articles on business and public administration, organizational behavior, economics, sociology, and psychology.

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 1, 2005

A Quarter-Century Review of Human Resource Management in the U.S.: The Growth in Importance of the International Perspective**
The past quarter century has witnessed many developments in the research and practice of managing human resources in the United States. In this article, we briefly describe two major areas in which these developments have been unfolding: strategic human...
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Challenges for European Management in a Global Context: Experiences from Britain and Germany
Mike Geppert, Dirk Matten, Karen Williams: Challenges for European Management in a Global Context: Experiences from Britain and Germany Palgrave, Basingstoke 2002, 320 pp., $ 75,00, euro 64,50This volume provides an umbrella beneath which European scholars...
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Diffusion of HRM to Europe and the Role of US MNCs: Introduction to the Special Issue
There has been considerable debate both among scholars and policy makers concerning the extent to which national systems of industrial relations (IR) and human resource management (HRM) systems are converging. In Europe this debate has concerned both...
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Employee Share Schemes in Europe. the Influence of US Multinationals**
The debate on convergence and globalisation of national economies emphasises the role of Multinational Corporations (MNCs) with regard to the export of home-country policies in countries where they have their plants. MNCs set a process of change in motion...
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European Human Resource Management: Researching Developments over Time**
This paper uses insights and data gained from 15 years of involvement in a research network studying HRM developments in Europe to explore the notion of "European HRM" and the meanings of convergence and divergence in HRM Using data from the last decade...
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Handwörterbuch Des Personalwesens (HWP)
Eduard Gaugler, Walter Oechsler, Wolfgang Weber (eds.): Handwörterbuch des Personalwesens (HWP) Enzyklopädie der Betriebswirtschaftslehre (EdBWL), Volume 5 ISBN 3-7910-8049-0, Schäffer-Poeschel, Stuttgart, 3rd revised edition, 2004, 2166 columns, euro...
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HRM in the German Business System: A Review**
Human resource management in Germany is deeply rooted in its institutional environment. Thus, US style HRM cannot be simply transferred to the German context. Nevertheless, the German business system is not hostile to HRM principles. Rather, these practices...
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Incentive Preferences of Employees in Germany and the USA: An Empirical Investigation**
This study investigates performance reward preferences of employees in Germany and the USA. The investigation uses the following three constructs: The Institutional Framework and its formal and informal implications for incentive compensation, Diminishing...
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International Human Resource Management: A Review of Three Texts/International Human Resource Management/International Human Resource Management: Managing People in a Multinational Context/Human Resource Management in Europe: Evidence of Convergence?
International Human Resource Management: A Review of Three Texts,Anne-Wil Harzing, Joris Van Ruysseveldt (eds.): International Human Resource Management Sage, 2nd edition, 2004, 499 pp., S 150,-, euro 128,50Peter J. Dowling, Denise E. Welch (eds.): International...
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PAOU - Personaladministration Och Organisationsutveckling/LRM: Ledelse Av Menneskelige Ressurser
In Search of a Scandinavian HRM?Otto Granberg: PAOU - Personaladministration och Organisationsutveckling Personnel Administration and Organisation Development. Stockholm: Bokförlaget Natur och Kultur, 2003, 635 pp, euro 53,-Odd Nordhaug: LRM: Ledelse...
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US Multi-Nationals and the German Industrial Relations System**
This paper critically reviews literature on the behaviour of US-based Multi National Companies (MNCs) in Germany in relation to the historic institutions of the German labour market: works councils and industry wide collective bargaining. The German...
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