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Managing Human Resources in Latin America: An Agenda for International Leaders

Опубликовано на портале: 27-04-2007
Seattle: Routledge, 2005, 266 с.
Rapid developments in the field of HRM have meant a growth of interest in the strategies, practices and challenges faced by HR executives in the Latin American region. These economies provide many investment opportunities for foreign investors as well as increased levels of business globalization and internationalization. This much-needed new study presents the HRM trends of the Latin American region and highlights the important developments in the field. Students and practitioners alike will find this book invaluable.


PART I: Theoretical Issues

  • Modernism
  • Primordialism
  • Ethno-symbolism
  • General Discussion

    PART II: Case Studies

  • When was the English Nation?
  • When was the First New Nation? Locating America in a national Context
  • When, What and How is the Nation? Lessons from Greece
  • Nationalism and the Politics of Ethnicity in Critical Perspectives on Primordialism, Modernism and Ethno-Symbolism

    Conclusion: So? When is the Nation?


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