Contextual Determinants of Human Resource Management Effectiveness in International Cooperative Alliances: Evidence from the People’s Republic of China

June 1, 1990
Mary Ann Von Glinow and Mary B. Teagarden argue that international cooperative alliances, especially joint ventures in developing countries with command economies such as the People's Republic of China, encounter myriad factors pertaining to HRM that constrain or influence their effectiveness.

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