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Strategic talent management: A review and research agenda
Despite a significant degree of academic and practitioner interest the topic of talent management remains underdeveloped. A key limitation is the fact that talent management lacks a consistentExpand
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Organizational Failure: A Critique of Recent Research and a Proposed Integrative Framework
There is a long-running debate in the business literature on the causes of organizational failure. On the one hand, classical industrial organization (IO) and organization ecology (OE) scholars haveExpand
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The effect of regulations on HRM: private sector firms in Saudi Arabia
Since the early 2000s, the government in Saudi Arabia has undertaken the task of shaping the HRM function in the private sector through a comprehensive legal framework. Based on extensive review ofExpand
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A Study of Management Perceptions of the Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Organisational Performance in Emerging Economies: The Case of Dubai
Although a number of studies have shown that corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities often lead to greater organisational performance in western developed economies, researchers are yet toExpand
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Determinants of job satisfaction in the UAE
Purpose – The aim of this study is to identify the factors affecting job satisfaction in the UAE. Specifically, the study seeks to examine the relative effects of demographic and environmentalExpand
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The barriers to effective global talent management: The example of corporate élites in MNEs
This paper focuses on talent management failure by multinational enterprises (MNEs). It examines barriers to corporate advancement of talents located in subsidiaries and more specifically onExpand
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A Review of the Nonmarket Strategy Literature
Two parallel strands of nonmarket strategy research have emerged largely in isolation. One strand examines strategic corporate social responsibility (CSR), and the other examines corporate politicalExpand
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First mover advantages in international business and firm‐specific political resources
While the currently prevailing conceptual framework of first mover advantages (FMAs) specifies various market mechanisms through which first movers can gain pioneering benefits, it is incomplete byExpand
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The Contingent Value of Corporate Political Ties
Executive Overview Developing and nurturing links with political actors and institutions constitutes an important component of a firm's overall nonmarket strategy. This paper focuses on corporateExpand
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The dynamic value of MNE political embeddedness: The case of the Chinese automobile industry
This paper examines the complex relationship between the embeddedness of multinational enterprises (MNEs) in host-country political networks and their long-run competitive positions in host emergingExpand
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