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MGTS 4861: International Human Resource Management: Home

Summer 2017

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MGTS 4861: International Human Resource Management

For Jannifer David
International Human Resource Management -- MGTS 4861
Sumer 2017

 

Suggested Sources for Peer Reviewed Scholarly Articles.


Peer Reviewed Journals

Empirical Scholarly Articles

Find Articles in Our Library

Country Overview Reports

International Regional Overview Reports

Human Resources in Foreign Countries

Other Book Resources

Craighead's International Business

 

Business Source Premier

Business Source Premier
Full text of over 3,400 business periodicals. This is our largest business database. It provides our best access to scholarly journals. It also has special reports, including "SWOT" analysis. Note the green "company profiles" tab, which will allow you to access over 5,000 MarketLine Company Profiles.

 

Emerald Online

Emerald Online
A smaller business database with full text of scholarly journals in English, many of which are based in Europe.

 

google scholar

Google Scholar
Indexes scholarly literature. Strong in the areas of medicine, engineering, the sciences, and business. Provides relevancy rankings based on the citation patterns of the articles.  Sources are linked to UMD Library electronic holdings via "Find It."  THIS IS YOUR BEST FIRST SOURCE.

 

 

 

Sample Searches

Often, you will want to begin with a broad search for your topic like Japan AND “human resources”:

https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Japan+AND+%22human+resources%22&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C24

Remember, in some places, the term “industrial relations” is used for “human resources”:

https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Japan+AND+%22industrial+relations%22&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C24

So you will want to use both “industrial relations” and “human resources” in separate searches.

Remember, putting multi-word searches in quotation marks, like "human resources" keeps the two words

together for purposes of the search, often making for searches with fewer bad "hits."

And, then you can focus to more narrow sub-topics:  Japan AND "human resources" AND compensation

https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Japan+AND+%22human+resources%22++AND+compensation&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C24

Or use other terms to focus your topics:  Japan AND "human resources" AND "employee unions"

https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Japan+AND+%22human+resources%22++AND+%22employee+unions%22&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C24

In this case, remember to use similar terms: Japan AND "human resources" AND "collective bargaining"

https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=Japan+AND+%22human+resources%22++AND+%22collective+bargaining%22&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C24

Your syllabus lists these HR functional areas:  Employee Unions, Staffing, Training, Compensation, Benefits, and Performance management.  Always remember to consider related terms like collective bargaining, hiring, performance reviews, pay, salaries, and etc.

If you want to further focus on articles with an “empirical” approach, you may discover, in some instances, the article may be empirical in nature, but might not contain the word "empirical." So, you should also substitute other words for empirical. Use words like “Case Study” or just "Study" or "Observation" or "Experiment" or "Survey" or "Questionnaire" or "Interview." These terms could also help you to find articles containing empirical research.

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