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The Development of Human Resource Management Across Nations

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  • Bruce E. Kaufman

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This volume contains country studies of the historical development of human resource management (HRM) in seventeen different nations. The nations span all regions of the world and each chapter is written by a national expert. Primary attention is given to HRM developments in industry, but university research and teaching are also covered. Human resource management is defined broadly to include industrial relations and each chapter places the historical development of HRM in a broad political, social, and economic context.

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  • Bruce E. Kaufman (ed.), 2014. "The Development of Human Resource Management Across Nations," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 14408.
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    Business and Management; Economics and Finance;

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    • K0 - Law and Economics - - General

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