This text takes an economic approach to human resource management.
This text takes an economic approach to human resource management. The primary target for this book is the MBA student. Lewin-Mitchell differs from most other texts in providing a theoretically coherent treatment of human resource management by relying primarily on an economic framework of analysis which nevertheless incorporates ideas, evidence, applications, and examples from the behavioral sciences.
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This book draws on recent debate surrounding the emergence of cognitive intelligence in organizations, exploring the redefinition of the labor market and consequently, employment. With a particular focus on Human Resource Management (HRM), the authors analyse the socio-cultural transformation of traditional practices and methodologies that are ocurring in the workforce.
David Lewin is the Neil H. Jacoby professor of management, human resources, and organizational . Dr. Lewin is presently completing two books: one on human resource practices and business performance, and the other on conflict management in the modern corporation. Jacoby professor of management, human resources, and organizational behavior at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Academic journal article Management Revue. The goal of personnel economics is to find underlying economic principles of human resource management strategies under varying institutional and competitive environments. Personnel Economics: An Economic Approach to Human Resource Management. By Backes-Gellner, Uschi. Academic journal article Management Revue.
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David Lewin, management educator. Appeared on local and national television and radio news and special reports on human resource management, labor and employee relations. Ford Foundation grantee, 1982. Visiting professor University of California at Los Angeles, 1988. Active United States Department Labor Com on Labor-Management Cooperation, since 1988, Economic Policy Council Committee on Labor-Management Cooperation, since 1989. Mediator, factfinder labor disputes New York State, 1977-1990.
Human Resource Management. An Economic Approach. by Lewin, David, David Lewin, Daniel J. B. Mitchell. Published December 7, 1994 by Thomson South-Western. Personnel management.
Using two surveys as illustrative cases, this paper examines the practical challenges of operationalizing and measuring HRM, measuring the various outcomes and assessing the relationship between HRM and corporate performance.
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2 management revue, vol 15, issue 2, Uschi Backes-Gellner Personnel Economics: An Economic Approach to Human Resource Management The theoretical idea of personnel economics is to apply simple economic principles to the field of human resources management.