Table of contents for Handbook of research in international human resource management / edited by Günter K. Stahl, Ingmar Björkman.


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Contributors                                                viii
1 International human resource management research:
an introduction to the field                              1
Ingmar Bjirkman and Giinter K Stahl
PART I THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
2  Strategic international human resource management in
multinational enterprises: developments and directions   15
Helen De Cieri and Peter J Dowling
3 The dual logics behind international human resource
management: pressures for global integration and local
responsiveness                                           36
Philip M. Rosenzweig
4 The human resource department: roles, coordination and
influence                                               49
Philip Stiles and Jonathan Trevor
5 Comparing HRM policies and practices across geographical
borders                                                  68
Chris Brewster
6 International human resource management and firm
performance                                              91
Jaap Paauwe and Elaine Farndale
7 Global knowledge management and HRM                      113
Paul Sparrow
PART II RESEARCH ON GLOBAL STAFFING,
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
8 Global staffing                                          141
David Collings and Hugh Scullion
9 The compensation of expatriates: a review and a future
research agenda                                         158
Jaime Bonache
vi Handbook of research in international HR management
10  Global performance management systems                    176
Wayne E Cascio
11 Developing global leadership capabilities and global mindset:
a review                                                 197
Joyce S. Osland, Allan Bird, Mark Mendenhall and Asbjorn
Osland
12  Diversity management                                     223
Joerg Dietz and Lars-Eric Petersen
PART III RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS
13  Expatriate adjustment and performance: a critical review  247
David C Thomas and Mila B. Lazarova
14  Issues facing women on international assignments: a review of
the research                                             265
Hilary Harris
15 International business travellers: a challenge for IHRM   283
Denice E. Welch and Verner Worm
16  International assignee selection and cross-cultural training
and development                                          302
Paula Caligiuri and Ibraiz Tarique
17 The evolution from repatriation of managers in MNEs to
'patriation' in global organizations                     323
Michael Harvey and Milorad M. Novicevic
PART IV RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL TEAMS,
ALLIANCES, MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
18 Decoupling and coupling in global teams: implications for
human resource management                                347
Jennifer L. Gibbs
19  Global virtual team dynamics and effectiveness          364
Martha Maznevski, Sue Canney Davison and Karsten Jonsen
20  International joint venture system complexity and human
resource management                                      385
Randall Schuler and Ibraiz Tarique
21 Managing culture and human resources in mergers and
acquisitions                                             405
Philip K. Goulet and David M. Schweiger
PART V THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT
22  A resource-based view of international human resources:
toward a framework of integrative and creative capabilities  433
Shad S. Morris, Scott A. Snell and Patrick M. Wright
23  International human resource management and economic
theories of the firm                                    449
Marion Festing
24  International human resource management research and
institutional theory                                    463
Ingmar Bjirkman
25  International human resource management and social
network/social capital theory                            475
Mark L. Lengnick-Hall and Cynthia A. Lengnick-Hall
26  International human resource management, fairness and
trust: an organizational support theory framework       488
Ellen Whitener
27  Gender and international human resource management       502
Jeff Hearn, Beverly D. Metcalfe and Rebecca Piekkari
28  Critical theoretical perspectives on international human
resource management                                      523
Tuomo Peltonen
29  Language effects in multinational corporations: a review from
an international human resource management perspective   536
Rebecca Piekkari



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: International business enterprises Personnel management