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International Human Resource Management

Understand international HRM with this textbook on cross-cultural HRM, comparative HRM and international HRM.
Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9781843983750
Edition: 4
Format: 245x190
528 pages

About the book

International Human Resource Management is a critically engaging and student friendly textbook for International HRM modules at all levels, including the CIPD Level 7 Advanced International HRM module. Providing wide international coverage and incorporating a global strategy perspective, it offers a particular focus on cross-cultural, comparative and strategic HRM issues, with a strong emphasis on culture and its impact on organizational behaviour and HRM.

This fully updated 4th edition of International Human Resource Management includes extended coverage of cross-cultural management, a broader scope of countries and key topics such as global talent management, global leadership, global knowledge management, and differing national contexts. Filled with geographically diverse examples and case studies, and covering topics from culture and reward systems to managing expatriate assignment and diversity in international forms of working, it is an ideal textbook for all students of international HRM as well as HRM specialists and practicing managers. Online supporting resources include an instructor's manual, lecture slides and additional case studies.

About the authors

Chris Brewster is a professor of International HRM at Henley Business School, UK.

Elizabeth Houldsworth is an associate professor of HRM at Henley Business School, UK.

Paul Sparrow is the director of the Centre for Performance-Led HR and professor of International HRM at Lancaster University Management School, UK.

Guy Vernon is an associate professor of Human Resource Management at Southampton University, UK.

This edition of International HRM brings together latest research, evidence and suitable examples to highlight the complex dynamics of effective and efficient management of human resources in the global context. It builds on the last editions on all fronts - contents, features and support material and should be an exciting read for both students and practitioners.

Pawan Budhwar, Professor of International HRM, Aston Business School, UK