An emerging model of employment relations in China: a divergent path from the Japanese?

@article{Zhu2000AnEM,
  title={An emerging model of employment relations in China: a divergent path from the Japanese?},
  author={Y. Zhu and M. Warner},
  journal={International Business Review},
  year={2000},
  volume={9},
  pages={345-361}
}
This article sets out an emerging model of Employment Relations (including Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management) in the People's Republic of China, particularly in terms of the formation of a distinctly 'Chinese' version. It follows the historical logic of its evolution to evaluate the transformation from a traditional Industrial Relations system to a contemporary Employment Relations one. In this overview, the article attempts to see how far such changes in China in varying… Expand
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