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New forms of ownership and human resource practices in Vietnam
In 1986, the government of Vietnam commenced the move from a centrally planned system to a market-oriented economy with a multisectoral economic structure and a multiownership system. This process,Expand
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Human resource management with ‘Asian’ characteristics: a hybrid people-management system in East Asia
The central theme of this article is to illustrate the similarity and difference of people-management system among the key economies in East Asia. The article not only identifies what elements doExpand
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Local complexities and global uncertainties: a study of foreign ownership and human resource management in China
Drawing on qualitative data, this paper examines developments in human resource and employment policies and practices among a sample of joint venture and wholly owned foreign enterprises operating inExpand
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Probability judgment accuracy: China, Japan, and the United States
Abstract Subjects in China, Japan, and the United States reported probability judgments. In Study 1, Chinese and American subjects indicated degrees of certainty about their answers toExpand
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China's New Labour Contract Law: Responding to the Growing Complexity of Labour Relations in the PRC
China's new Labour Contract Law is the most significant reform to the law of employment relations in more than a decade. Its final form emerged following highly contentious debates over the terms ofExpand
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The Impact of Economic Reform on Industrial Labour Relations in China and Vietnam
Both China and Vietnam are undergoing a social experiment as they diverge from the path of their Soviet compatriots and attempt transition to a 'socialist market mechanism'. The economic reform inExpand
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The post-Asian financial crisis: changes in HRM in Taiwanese enterprises
The changes in the macro-economic environment, due to the recent Asian crisis, have been an important stimulus to organizational and human resource management (HRM) changes in Taiwanese enterprises.Expand
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Changing Chinese employment relations since WTO accession
– This paper examines the challenges facing China's employment relations after its WTO accession and consequently, the implications for further reform., – Theoretical questions are considered inExpand
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Television in Post-Reform China: Serial Dramas, Confucian Leadership and the Global Television Market
1. Chinese Television Drama as Art, Political Discourse, and Transnational Capital 2. History as Political Discourse: Dynastic and Contemporary Anti-Corruption Dramas 3. TV Drama as PoliticalExpand
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