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National Business Systems in Asian Countries: Impact on Human Resource Management, Employment Relations Practices and Organisation Behaviour

National Business Systems in Asian Countries: Impact on Human Resource Management, Employment Relations Practices and Organisation Behaviour

Each country possesses certain unique institutional and cultural attributes when it comes to its national business systems (NBSs) i.e. how and why it conducts business in a particular way. Though some work has been done in this area (see for e.g. Whitley, 1999; Rees & Edwards, 2009), it is mostly in the Western and/or developed economy context. This ebook aims to contribute to the literature on NBS in Asian countries and its impact on human resource management, employment relations practices and organisation behaviour. In particular, the research on NBS, which uses socio-political, economic and cultural theoretical lenses, can be developed further in terms of the organisational and group level decisions that affect the shaping of human resource management, employment relations practices and organisation behaviour.


A study on management practices and manufacturing performance in India and Malaysia,Human resource management practices of Japanese companies in India: dealing with the transfer–adaptation dichotomy ,Institutional influences on HRM in the Asian business environment: the case of Indonesia,Mapping the impact of Asian business systems on HRM and organisational behaviour: multi-level comparative perspectives,Two-country study of engagement, supervisors and performance appraisal,Where are they going? Case of British and Japanese Human Resource Management

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