The Management of Human Resources in the Asia Pacific Region: Convergence Reconsidered
Chris Rowley, John Benson
Psychology Press, 2004 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
These papers focus upon the need to update knowledge and understanding of Asian human resource management. A model is included that can be used to make a comparative analysis of HRM in the region and to establish the various levels of change that need to be assessed.
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