Management Revue

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

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 4, 2011

Empirical Research on Human Resource Management as a Production of Ideology**
The article argues that empirical research on Human Resource Management creates a one-sided, distorted image of the reality of work and thus generates ideology. Such an ideology legitimises HR practices and favours the interests of entrepreneurs and...
Employee Behavior in Organizations. on the Current State of Research**
The article gives an overview about scientific research on individual behavior in organizations. A number of reasons are discussed why it is difficult to obtain a coherent body of knowledge about this topic, some of them meta-theoretical and methodological,...
Employer Behavior - Grasping a Phantom**
Asked to comment on von Eckardstein's and Konlechner ?s assessment of employer behavior, I found myself confronted with two problems: Firstly, the topic has not received explicit treatment in the literature pertaining to personnel management, and secondly,...
Employer Behavior Human Resource Management Research and Teaching in Germany and Austria**
Employer behavior ("Arbeitgeberverhalten") plays an essential role when it comes to understanding Human Resource Management (HRM). However, rather few studies actually seem to take the concrete behavior of organizations as employers into account. Instead,...
Mixed Impressions. Respectable Work and Slow Progress in the Science of Personnel Management within German Speaking Countries
In 1961, i.e. 50 years ago, the first chair in personnel management was established at university level in Germany. This marks a good occasion to ask for the results of scientific research in the German speaking countries on the topic of personnel management....
Personnel Economics: Strengths, Weaknesses and Its Place in Human Resource Management**
Personnel economics is a rather young academic (sub-)discipline that applies (micro)economic methodology and insights to the personnel function of companies. It is scientifically fertile and complementary to other disciplinary approaches to personnel...
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