International Human Resource Management is the must-have core text for all students undertaking a course on international HRM at either undergraduate or postgraduate level and will also be invaluable to HRM specialists and practicing managers. Written by an internationally rewned author team, the fourth edition remains critically engaging, yet student-friendly. It offers a particular focus on cross-cultural, comparative and strategic HRM issues, with a strong emphasis on culture and its impact on organisational behaviour and HRM. International Human Resource Management fourth edition provides a wide international focus with a broader global and strategic perspective and a wider range of geographically diverse case studies and examples. This, alongside the depth and range of its coverage and its accessible style will ensure its appeal to all students of international HRM.
Chris Brewster is a professor of International HRM at Henley Business School, UK. Elizabeth Houldsworth is an associate professor of HRM at Henley Business School, UK. Paul Sparrow is the director of the Centre for Performance-Led HR and professor of International HRM at Lancaster University Management School, UK. Guy Vernon is an associate professor of Human Resource Management at Southampton University, UK.
Christopher Brewster, Elizabeth Houldsworth, Guy Vernon, Paul Sparrow