Human Resource Management in Developing Countries

By Pawan S. Budhwar; Yaw A. Debrah | Go to book overview

also highlight the main forces creating change in developing countries, the impact of globalisation and FDI on employment in these nations, and finally, the main challenges facing HRM in developing countries.


References

a

Academy of Management Journal (2000) Special Research Forum on Emerging Economies, 43 (3), 249-517.

Austin, J.E. (1990) Managing in Developing Countries, New York: The Free Press.


b

Barney, J.B. (1991) ‘Firm Resources and Sustained Competitive Advantage’, Journal of Management, 17(1), 99-120.

Begin, J.P. (1992) ‘Comparative HRM: A Systems Perspective’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 3, 379-408.

Blunt, P. and Jones, M. (1991) ‘Editorial: Human Resource Management in Developing Countries’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2 (1), 3-5.

Boxall, P.F. (1994) ‘Placing HR Strategy at the Heart of Business Success’, Personnel Management, July, 32-35.

Boxall, P.F. (1995) ‘Building the Theory of Comparative HRM’, Human Resource Management Journal, 5, 5-17.

Brewster, C. (1995) ‘Towards a European Model of Human Resource Management’, Journal of International Business Studies, 26, 1-22.

Brewster, C., Larsen, H.H. and Mayrhofer, W. (1997) ‘Integration and Assignment: A Paradox in Human Resource Management’, Journal of International Management, 13, 1-23.

Brewster, C., Tregaskis, O., Hegewisch, A. and Mayne, L. (1996) ‘Comparative Research in Human Resource Management: A Review and an Example’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 7, 586-604.

Budhwar, P. and Debrah, Y.A. (2001) ‘Rethinking Comparative and Cross-National Human Resource Management Research’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 12(3).

Budhwar, P. and Sparrow, P. (1997) ‘Evaluating Levels of Strategic Integration and Devolvement of Human Resource Management in India’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 8, 476-494.

Budhwar, P. and Sparrow, P. (1998) ‘National Factors Determining Indian and British HRM Practices: An Empirical Study’, Management International Review, 38, Special Issue 2, 105-121.

Budhwar, P. and Sparrow, P. (2002) ‘An Integrative Framework For Determining Cross National Human Resource Management Practices’, Human Resource Management Review (forthcoming).


c

Cappelli, P. (1995) ‘Rethinking Employment’, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 33, 563-602.

Clark, T., Gospel, H. and Montgomery, J. (1999) ‘Running on the Spot? A Review of Twenty Years of Research on the Management of Human Resources in Comparative and International Perspective’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 10 (3), 520-544.


d

Debrah, Y.A., McGovern, I. and Budhwar, P. (2000) ‘Complementarity or Competition: The Development of Human Resources in a Growth Triangle’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 11 (2), 314-335.

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