Human Resource Management: The need for theory and diversity

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Weber, Wolfgang ; Kabst, Rüdiger (2004)
  • Publisher: Hampp Mering
  • Subject: Human Resource Management | systems theory | work and organizational psychology | behavioral approach | personnel economics | political economy | rational choice
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Human Resource Management as an academic discipline needs to be theoretically grounded, i.e. it requires support through theories, theory-driven empirical research and critiques. In doing so, different theoretical perspectives are addressed suggesting a problem-orientated theory selection which leads inevitably to theoretical diversity.
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