'Making Sense' of Human Resource Management in China: Economy, Enterprises and Workers
'Making Sense' of Human Resource Management in China: Economy, Enterprises and Workers

'Making Sense' of Human Resource Management in China: Economy, Enterprises and Workers

by Malcolm Warner (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415633918
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/20/2012
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Malcolm Warner is Professor and Fellow Emeritus, Wolfson College, Cambridge and Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. He was the Editor in Chief, of the International Encyclopedia of Business and Management [IEBM] latest edition, 8 vols, 2002. He is currently Co-Editor of the Asia Pacific Business Review.

Table of Contents

1. "Making Sense" of Chinese Human Resource Management: Setting the Scene Malcolm Warner

Critical Review

2. A Critical Review of Human Resource Management Studies (1978-2007) in the People’s Republic of China C. Zheng and D. Lamond

Selected Micro- and Macro- Studies

3. Network-based Recruiting and Applicant Attraction in China: Insights from both Organizational and Individual Perspectives J. Han and J. Han

4. Perceived Human Resource Management Practices and Intention to Leave of Employees: The Mediating Role of Organizational Citizenship Behavior in a Sino-Japanese Joint Venture W. Lam, Z. Chen and N. Takeuchi

5. Employee Tenure and the Nationality of Joint Ventures in China A. Zimmerman, X. Liu and T. Buck

6. The effect of aligning organizational culture and business strategy with HR systems on firm performance in Chinese enterprises I. Chow and S.S. Liu

7. High-Performance Work Systems, Organizational Commitment, and the Role of Demographic Features in the People’s Republic of China K. Qiao, S. Khilji and X. Wang

8. High Performance Work Practices and Firm Performance: Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Industry in the People’s Republic of China Y. Zhang and S. Li

9. Multinational corporations and employment relations in the People’s Republic of China: the case of Beijing Hyundai Motor Company M. Zou and R. D. Lansbury

10. Effects of Inter- and Intra-hierarchy Wage Dispersions on Firm Performance in Chinese Enterprises D. Z. Ding, S. Akhtar and G. L. Ge

Societal Comparative Studies

11. Comparing the Attitudes toward Money, Material Possessions and Savings of Overseas Chinese vis a vis Chinese in China: Convergence, Divergence or Cross-Vergence vis a vis ‘One Size Fits All’ Human Resource Management Policies and Practices. R. L. Tung and C. Baumann

12. Confucian Dynamism, culture and ethical changes in Chinese societies – a comparative study of China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong L-H. Lin and Y-L. Ho

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