Part I: Cultural, Comparative and Organizational Perspectives on IHRM 1. Culture and Cross-Cultural Management - Laurence Romani 2. Comparative Human Resource Management - Chris Brewster and Wolfgang Mayrhofer 3. The Transfer of Employment Practices across Borders in Multinational Companies - Tony Edwards 4. Approaches to International Human Resource Management - Chris Rowley, Jean Qi Wei and Malcolm Warner Part II: International Assignments and Employment Practices 5: International Assignments - B. Sebastian Reiche and Anne-Wil Harzing 6: Multinational Companies and the Host Country Environment - Damian Grimshaw, Jill Rubery and Phil Almond 7: MNCs, Regulation and the Changing Context of International Human Resource Management - Robert Mackenzie and Miguel Martinez Lucio 8: Human Resource Management in Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions - Vladimir Pucik, Ingmar Bjorkman, Paul Evans and Gunter K. Stahl Part III: IHRM Policies and Practices 9: Managing Knowledge in Multinational Firms - Ingmar Bjorkman, Paul Evans, Vladimir Pucik and Dana Minbaeva 10: Training and Development: Developing Global Leaders and Expatriates - Ashly H. Pinnington, Yaw A. Debrah, Christopher J. Rees and Raphael O. Oseghale 11: Global and Local Resourcing: The Cases of Japan, Taiwan, China and Vietnam - Chris Rowley, Alan Nankervis and Malcom Warner 12: Global Performance Management - Arup Varma, Pawan S. Budhwar and Mengying Yu 13: Total Rewards in the International Context - K. Galen Kroeck and Mary Ann Von Glinow 14: Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management in the Global Context - Fang Lee Cooke 15: Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability through Ethical HRM Practices - Fang Lee Cooke
B. Sebastian Reiche is Associate Professor and Department Chair in the Department of Managing People in Organizations at IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain. His research focuses on the forms, prerequisites and consequences of global work, international HRM, global leadership and knowledge transfer. He is Associate Editor of Human Resource Management Journal and regularly blogs on topics related to expatriation and global work (http://blog.iese.edu/expatriatus). Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting Professor of International Management at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. Anne-Wil's research interests include IHRM, HQ-subsidiary relationships, transfer of HRM practices, the role of language in international business, the international research process, and the quality and impact of academic research. Helene Tenzer is Associate Professor of International Business at Tubingen University in Germany. Her research focuses primarily on multinational teams, language diversity in international management, and organisational behaviour. She has published on these topics in outlets such as the Journal of International Business Studies, Leadership Quarterly, and Journal of World Business. In addition, she has founded a research network on language issues in management with currently over 100 international members.
In the 5th edition of International Human Resource Management, Sebastian Reiche, Anne-Wil Harzing, and Helene Tenzer continue to set the standard for texts in the area. The volume is comprehensive in its coverage, bringing together an authoritative international author team. A key strength of the volume is balancing intellectual rigour and accessibility in the content and the authors achieve this in each of the chapters. This is a must read far anyone wishing to understand what is currently happening in international HRM.-- Professor David G. Collings