Human Resource Management: An Economic Approach / Edition 2

Human Resource Management: An Economic Approach / Edition 2

by David Lewin, Daniel J. Mitchell
     
 

Lewin--Mitchell differs from most other texts in providing a theoretically coherent treatment of human resource management by relying primarily on an economic framework of analysis which nevertheless incorporates ideas, evidence, applications, and examples from the behavioral sciences.

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Lewin--Mitchell differs from most other texts in providing a theoretically coherent treatment of human resource management by relying primarily on an economic framework of analysis which nevertheless incorporates ideas, evidence, applications, and examples from the behavioral sciences.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780538844871
Publisher:
South-Western
Publication date:
12/28/1994
Edition description:
2nd ed
Pages:
768

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Human Resource Management

Chapter 2. Human Resource Strategy

Chapter 3. The U.S. Workforce: Diversity and Change

Chapter 4. The Employment Market

Chapter 5. The Concept of Productivity

Chapter 6. Job Design and Employee Selection

Chapter 7. Appraisal and Reward

Chapter 8. Alternative Pay Systems

Chapter 9. Analysis of Pay-Setting

Chapter 10. The Compensation Decision

Chapter 11. Making General Pay Adjustments

Chapter 12. Institutions of Collective Bargaining

Chapter 13. The Collective Bargaining Relationship

Chapter 14. Conflicts between Employer and Employee Goals

Chapter 15. Training, Human Capital, and Employment Stabilization

Chapter 16. Economic Regulation, Social Insurance, and Minimum Standards

Chapter 17. Restricting Opportunity and Enhancing Opportunity: Immigration Control and EEO

Chapter 18. The International Side of Human Resource Management

Chapter 19. Human Resource Futures

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