publication . Article . 2014

Global organizations and supply chain: new research avenues in the international human resource management

González-Loureiro, M; Dabić, M; Puig, F;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Publisher: Emerald
  • Country: Italy
Purpose: This article aims at proposing a research agenda in the intersection of strategic supply chain management and logistics (SCML) of global organizations from the perspective of international human resource management (IHRM). Design/methodology/approach: To disclose the intellectual structure of research to date across both fields, the content of up to 280 articles dealing with IHRM and 174 papers addressing challenges in SCML in global organizations from a human resource management (HRM) viewpoint were analyzed. A stepwise hierarchical cluster and discriminant analysis were conducted to map a joint research agenda. Approaches from Upper Echelons theory an...
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