The Oxford Handbook of Human Resource Management

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Peter F. Boxall, John Purcell, Patrick M. Wright
Oxford University Press, 2007 - Business & Economics - 658 pages
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1. Human resource management : scope, analysis, and significance / Peter Boxall, John Purcell, and Patrick Wright -- 2. The development of HRM in historical and international perspective / Bruce E. Kaufman -- 3. The goals of HRM / Peter Boxall -- 4. Economics and HRM / Damian Grimshaw and Jill Rubery -- 5. Strategic management and HRM / Mathew R. Allen and Patrick M. Wright -- 6. Organization theory and HRM / Tony Watson -- 7. HRM and the worker : towards a new psychological contract? / David E. Egust -- 8. HRM and the worker : labor process perspectives / Paul Thompson and Bill Harley -- 9. HRM and societal embeddedness / Jaap Paauwe and Paul Boselie -- 10. Work organization / John Cordery and Sharon K. Parker -- 11. Employment subsystems and the ‘HR architecture’ / David Lepak and Scott A. Snell -- 12. Employee voice systems / Mick Marchington -- 13. EEO and the management of diversity / Ellen Ernst Kossek and Shaun Pichler -- 14. Recruitment strategy / Marc Orlitzky --
|a 15. Selection decision-making / Neal Schmitt and Brian Kim -- 16. Training, development, and competence / Jonathan Winterton -- 17. Remuneration : pay effects at work / James P. Guthrie -- 18. Performance management / Gary Latham, Lorne M. Sulsky, and Heather MacDonald -- 19. HRM systems and the problem of internal fit / Sven Kepes and John E. Delery -- 20. HRM and contemporary manufacturing / Rick Delbridge -- 21. Service strategies : marketing, operations, and human resource practices / Rosemary Batt -- 22. HRM and knowledge workers / Juani Swart -- 23. HRM and the new public management / Stephen Bach and Ian Kessler -- 24. Multinational companies and global human resource strategy / William N. Cooke -- 25. Transnational firms and cultural diversity / Helen de Cieri -- 26. HRM and business performance / John Purcell and Nicholas Kinnie -- 27. Modeling HRM and performance linkages / Barry Gerhart --
|a 28. Family-friendly, equal opportunity, and high-involvement management in Britain / Stephen Wood and Lilian M. de Menezes -- 29. Social legitimacy of the HRM profession : a US perspective / Thomas A. Kochan.

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Peter Boxall is a Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Auckland. John Purcell is a Professor of Human Resrouce Management at the University of Bath. Patrick Wright is a Professor of Strategic Human Resource Management at Cornell University.

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