London: Contemporary issues in Europe Roudedge interesting collection of articles about contemporary international human management (IHRM) issues in Europe aims to provide a âuniquely European perspective to the key debates and challenges facing both practitioners and researchersâ of IHRM (p. 12). Half of the articles were originally presented at a European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management conference on the international transfer of employees held at Turku University in Finland. The contributors to the book, some well known outside of Europe and others less well known, represent 12 European countries. This balance of contributors is evident in the editing team of Chris Brewster, who has published several works on European human resource management, and Hilary Harris, an emerging contributor. Indeed, a concern for balance appears central to the book in the rationale for the collection of articles provided by the editors. The central theme concerns the role of IHRM in balancing integration with differentiation between the units of an international organization. Further, the book aims to balance the content, broadening the scope of IHRM from one focusing on expatriation to one considering other aspects of strategic IHRM (SIHRM) as well. Such aspects centre on the role of IHRM
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2001
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