Representing Strategic International Human Resource Management: Is the Map the Territory
AbstractThis paper is focused on the emergent field of strategic international human resource management (SIHRM). We suggest that SIHRM is becoming an integrated intellectual map in terms of: (1) the typologies created; (2) the language used; and (3) its pedagogy. Does the way in which we articulate SIHRM assist theory development or enact intellectual imperialism? Or both? It is argued that, by exploring the implications of SIHRM for theory, research, practice and teaching, we may raise awareness of current deficiencies and unanswered questions. Do we need to set a new course, or at least make explicit our navigational assumptions?
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Cornell - Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies in its series Papers with number 98-04.
Length: 44 pages
Date of creation: 1998
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Postal: U.S.A.; Cornell University. Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, IRL School. Ithaca, NY 14653-3901
HUMAN RESOURCES ; MANAGEMENT;
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