Journals

Human Resource Management
Journals pages 112-116
Career Development International Employee Relations: The International Journal Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal Gender in Management: An International Journal Human Resource Management International Digest Journal of Management Development Journal of Managerial Psychology Personnel Review Strategic HR Review

Books pages 117-118
Advances in Industrial Labor Relations Research in Human Capital and Development Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management Research on Managing Groups and Teams

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Human Resource Management Journals

Career Development International
ISSN 1362-0436

Volume 14 Number 1 2009

Career Development International

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ISSN: 1362-0436 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 15 7 7 1996 - date 1996 - date

Career Development International (CDI) provides an international forum for all those who wish to gain a greater understanding of career development. The journal exists as a platform for academics to share information and ideas which will help them examine the links between individual career progression and organizational needs. CDI considers that Careers and Development are inter-related fields. Consequently, the journal aims to provide a channel for research and analysis being undertaken, globally, in these diverse streams.

Benefits and features
• Articles published in the journal are exposed to the Academy of Management scholarly community through the journal’s links with the Careers Division. • CDI examines the pertinent issues facing organizations world-wide. • The journal publishes fully developed academic papers, research notes and think pieces.

Sample articles
Ageing and careers: European research on longterm career development and early retirement Beatrice I.J.M. van der Heijden, Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands and René Schalk and Marc J.P.M. van Veldhoven, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Vol. 13 No. 2, 2008

Coverage includes:
Individual careers – psychological and developmental perspectives; career interventions (systems and tools, mentoring, etc.); government policy and practice; HR planning and recruitment; international themes and issues (MNCs, expatriation, etc.); and organizational strategies and systems.

Editors
Professor Jim Jawahar
Illinois State University, USA

Dr Hetty van Emmerik
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Are humans resources? Kerr Inkson, Waikato Management School, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Vol. 13 No. 3, 2008

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Employee Relations
The International Journal
ISSN 0142-5455

Volume 31 Number 1 2009

Employee Relations
The International Journal

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ISSN: 0142-5455 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 32 6 6 1979 - date 1994 - date

Employee Relations (ER) focuses on the importance of understanding and merging corporate, management and employee needs to increase efficiency, productivity and profitability. Drawing on the latest ideas, research and best practice, ER examines the implication of the changes taking place and how they affect the management and motivation of people.

Sample articles
The changing nature of the HR function in UK local government and its role as “employee champion” Lynette Harris, Nottingham Business School, The University of Nottingham, UK
Vol. 30 No. 1, 2008

Coverage includes:
Communication, participation and involvement; developments in collective bargaining; equal opportunities; health and safety; HRM; and industrial relations and employment protection law.

The new covenant of employability Marilyn Clarke and Margaret Patrickson, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Vol. 30 No. 2, 2008

Editor
Professor John Gennard
University of Strathclyde, UK

Benefits and features
• Specialist and in-depth coverage and analysis of employee relations issues. • Comprehensive coverage of the employee relations area of industrial relations. • ER suggests alternative strategies for improving working conditions and developing constructive relationships between managers and the workforce.

A changing arena of industrial relations in China: what is happening after 1978 Kan Wang, Renmin (People’s) University of China, Beijing, China
Vol. 30 No. 2, 2008

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
An International Journal formerly Equal Opportunities International
ISSN 2040-7149

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Volume 29 Number 1 2010

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
An International Journal
formerly Equal Opportunities International

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ISSN: 2040-7149 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 29 8 8 1981 - date 1998 - date

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) offers a platform for critical and rigorous exploration of equal opportunities concerns including gender, ethnicity, class, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, as well as other nascent and incipient forms of inequalities in the context of society, organizations and work. EDI is committed to becoming a home for excellent research papers in these areas and the journal of choice for scholars in the field.

• Has great links with the international community of researchers and practitioners working with equality and diversity management issues.

Sample articles
Gender, personal values, strategies and small business performance: a Ghanaian case study Rosemond Boohene, Alison Sheridan and Bernice Kotey, New England Business School, University of New England, Armidale, Australia
Vol. 27 No. 3, 2008

Coverage includes:
Ethnic diversity; gender issues; training; work values; discrimination; and globalization.

Editor
Professor Mustafa Ozbilgin
University of East Anglia, UK

Benefits and features
• Addresses emerging areas of interest and debate by publishing a wide range of special issues on diverse topics. • Provides authors with very timely peer review of articles and detailed feedback on submitted papers.

Small firms, the paid maternity leave debate in Australia and the business case Rowena Barrett, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK and Susan Mayson, Monash University, Victoria, Australia
Vol. 27 No. 3, 2008

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Gender in Management
An International Journal formerly Women in Management Review
ISSN 1754-2413

Volume 25 Number 1 2010

Gender in Management
An International Journal

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ISSN: 1754-2413 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 25 8 8 1985 - date 1994 - date

Gender in Management (GiM) publishes original, critical and scholarly papers that make theoretical and methodological contributions to our understanding of gender-based issues in management. The journal encourages diversity in thinking about gender in management and welcomes papers from all academic disciplines which can contribute to management knowledge about this area. GiM welcomes qualitative and quantitative research-based articles as well as critical research reviews covering a broad range of management topics in so far as they relate to gender issues.

• The journal seeks to provide current research, practice, ideas, developments and news of major issues in the field of gender and management. • GiM is essential reading for companies developing appropriate strategies for the advancement of women professionals.

Sample articles
Senior careers in retailing: an exploration of male and female executives’ career facilitators and barriers Adelina Broadbridge, University of Stirling, UK
Vol. 23 No. 1, 2008

Coverage includes:
Equal opportunities; cross-cultural issues; employeeemployer relationships; sexuality and sexual orientation; glass ceiling issues; and reward and recognition.

Editor
Dr Sandra Fielden
Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK

Equal, but different? The impact of gender egalitarianism on the integration of female/male HR directors Julia Brandl, Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Astrid Reichel, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Vienna, Austria
Vol. 23 No. 1, 2008

Benefits and features
• GiM is edited by a team of leading experts in gender and organizations.

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Human Resource Management
International Digest
ISSN 0967-0734

Volume 17 Number 1 2009

Human Resource Management
International Digest

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ISSN: 0967-0734 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 18 7 7 2002 - date 2002 - date

Human Resource Management International Digest (HRMID) aims to keep human resource managers up to date with the very latest in HR concepts. As a unique service, we scan through the best 400 management journals in the world and distil the most topical human resource management issues and relevant implications for HR personnel out of the cutting-edge research. We regularly present case studies of the implementation of human resource strategies in organizations of varying sizes.

Benefits and features
• Save valuable management time by accessing the best management research through easy-to-digest reviews. • Keep up to date with employment legislation. • Read the current ideas from some of the best HR thinkers today.

Sample articles
Improving your interview process: five key steps: invest time and effort in getting the right person for the job Tim Barnett, Charles Fellowes Group, UK
Vol. 16 No. 1, 2008

Coverage includes:
Developing HRM strategies; employment law; managing employees in mergers and acquisitions; recruitment policies; employee retention strategies; managing employees during times of change; promoting leadership and succession planning; and employee development strategies.

Editor
David Pollitt
Information Officer, University of Bradford, UK

Reasons to be cheerful: staff morale improves at Lancashire County Council Blair McPherson, Lancashire County Council, UK
Vol. 16 No. 6, 2008

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Journal of

Management Development
ISSN 0262-1711

Volume 28 Number 1 2009

Journal of

Management Development

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ISSN: 0262-1711 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 29 10 10 1982 - date 1994 - date

Journal of Management Development (JMD) provides an international communications medium for all those working in management development. The journal draws together the thinking and research relating to the role played by managers in their immediate environment, and the ways in which they can widen their responsibilities to take on larger roles. JMD informs academics and practitioners of new research and in-company practice.

• Provides an international communication medium for all those working in management development, whether in industry, consultancy or academia. • A review process involving the Editor and other subject experts ensures the content’s validity and relevance.

Sample articles
A clear sense of purpose? The evolving role of the business school Ken Starkey and Sue Tempest, Nottingham University Business School, The University of Nottingham, UK
Vol. 27 No. 4, 2008

Coverage includes:
Competence-based management development; developing leadership skills; developing women for management; global management; the new technology of management development; and career and life planning.

Editors
Professor Andrew Kakabadse
Cranfield School of Management, UK

The globalization of business education: through the lens of semiglobalization Pankaj Ghemawat, IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain and Harvard Business School, Boston, USA
Vol. 27 No. 4, 2008

Benefits and features
• Enables readers to keep informed of new company practice and research.

Professor Nada Kakabadse
Northampton Business School, The University of Northampton, UK

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Journals

Our future is dependent on our social systems and on us as humans to adapt and be resilient in the search for sustained, desired change for a better world. The Journal of Management Development (JMD) is the definitive source for breakthrough theory, insightful empirical studies, and compassionate but practical applications of management, leadership and organization development. No other journal has the international reach or adventurous editorial direction in the field of change.
Professor Richard E. Boyatzis, Department of Organizational Behavior, Psychology and Cognitive Science, Case Western Reserve University, and Adjunct Professor of Human Resources, ESADE

Journal of

Managerial Psychology
ISSN 0268-3946

Volume 24 Number 1 2009

Journal of

Managerial Psychology

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ISSN: 0268-3946 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 25 8 8 1986 - date 1994 - date

The Journal of Managerial Psychology (JMP) deals with the human resource aspects of managing and providing an understanding of psychology to equip managers to better deal with personnel issues. This journal draws on the latest theories, research findings, case studies and proven practice to throw new light on the behaviour of individuals and groups within the work environment as well as wider organizational ramifications.

• The journal welcomes contributions from aligned disciplines which highlight psychologically related issues to management.

Sample articles
The emotional and social intelligence of effective leadership: an emotional and social skill approach Ronald E. Riggio and Rebecca J. Reichard, Kravis Leadership Institute, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, USA
Vol. 23 No. 2, 2008

Coverage includes:
Communication and its influence on action; developments in leadership styles; how managers achieve success; how work design affects job motivation; influences on managerial priorities and time allocation; and managing conflicts.

Editor
Dr Dianna Stone
University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, USA

Complexities and challenges in the work-family interface Noreen Heraty and Michael J. Morley, University of Limerick, Ireland and Jeanette N. Cleveland, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Vol. 23 No. 3, 2008

Benefits and features
• JMP aims to encourage debate between theory and practice and to disseminate quantitative and qualitative research to students and practitioners.

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Personnel Review
ISSN 0048-3486

Volume 38 Number 1 2009

Personnel Review

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ISSN: 0048-3486 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 39 6 6 1971 - date 1994 - date

Personnel Review (PR) considers and develops all aspects of Human Resource Management (HRM). This highly respected journal presents the latest research and developments and takes a broad view of these aspects, whilst still allowing for extra considerations and an academic rigour that is a hallmark of the journal. PR offers personnel professionals an international overview and the opportunity to adapt successful initiatives to their own needs and situations.

• Provides a variety of content items: literature reviews, case studies, applied research papers. • Offers opportunity to publish in a highly-regarded, Thomson Reuters (ISI) ranked publication.

Sample articles
Global HRM integration: a knowledge transfer perspective Adam Smale, University of Vaasa, Finland
Vol. 37 No. 2, 2008

Coverage includes:
Employee relations; industrial relations; labour markets; management development; recruitment and retention; and strategic human resource management.

The effects of employee services on organizational commitment and intentions to quit Soo-Hoon Lee, Old Dominion University, USA, Thomas W. Lee, University of Washington, USA and ChoonFong Lum, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Vol. 37 No. 2, 2008

Editor
Professor John Leopold
Newcastle University Business School, Newcastle University, UK

Benefits and features
• Topical content that offers up-to-date coverage of HRM topics.

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Strategic HR Review
ISSN 1475-4398

Volume 8 Number 1 2009

Strategic HR Review

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ISSN: 1475-4398 Volume: Print Issues: Internet Issues: Online archive Abstracts Full text 9 6 6 2005 - date 2005 - date

Strategic HR Review (SHR) is the definitive guide to everything that is happening globally in the HR arena. The journal offers practical solutions for developing an effective culture, managing change, moving from a transactional to a strategic function and managing a global and dispersed workforce. SHR publishes practitioner papers that will significantly enhance both the thinking and practical development within the field of corporate HR. Each issue of the journal brings you the best of what really works in strategic HR.

• Users can locate facts and figures for a presentation or search for articles on any topic, author or keyword. • Subscribers will get proven ideas from fellow practitioners at Fortune 1,000 organizations.

Sample articles
AstraZeneca adopts a new approach to team building Emma Keddy, AstraZeneca, UK and Kevin Charlesworth, Oakridge Training and Consulting, Macclesfield, UK
Vol. 7 No. 1, 2008

Coverage includes:
HR business partnership; employee engagement; performance management; HR measurement; executive coaching and development; and recruitment and retention strategies.

Meeting the challenges of global resources Frances Wilson, CIPD, London, UK
Vol. 7 No. 2, 2008

Editor
Sara Nolan
Freelance editor, Ireland

Benefits and features
• Subscribers have access to the latest ideas and case studies which will impact performance.

The business benefits of flexible working Peter Thomson, Future Work Forum, Henley Management College, Henley on Thames, UK
Vol. 7 No. 2, 2008

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Human Resource Management Books

Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations
ISSN: 0742-6186

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AILR encourages commentary from scholars across a wide range of disciplines and research methodologies, reflecting the view that no single theoretical or empirical approach should dominate industrial and labor relations studies.

work systems and union-management communication networks; implications for women of private pension reform and personal accounts; competing ethical conceptions of the minimum wage.

Benefits and features
• International perspective and audience. • AILR offers IR/HR scholars the opportunity to publish longer, more in-depth treatments of their work than may be possible elsewhere, and will also continue to provide relatively swift, in-depth appraisals of submitted manuscripts.

Series Editors
David Lewin
UCLA, Anderson School of Management, USA

Coverage includes:
Psychological versus pecuniary approaches to establishing an ownership culture; accounting for union collective action through resource acquisition and mobilization; union avoidance through “double-breasting” in multinational companies; labor management partnership and mutual gains in public services; high involvement

Bruce E. Kaufman
Georgia State University, USA

Part of the Business, Management & Economics eBook Series Collection

Research in Human Capital and Development
ISSN: 0194-3960

Coverage includes:
Impacts on Health, Life Quality, Safety, and Regulatory Research; The Economics of Gender and Mental Illness; The Economics of Disability; Economic and Social Aspects of Occupational and Environmental Health.

Series Editor
Professor Alan Sorkin
Chairman, Department of Economics, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA

Part of the Business, Management & Economics eBook Series Collection

Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management
ISSN: 0742-7301

Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management is designed to promote theory and research on important substantive and methodological topics in the field of human resources management.

Benefits and features
• Considered to be one of the most respectable publications in the field of human resources management and acts as a primary resource to both individuals and libraries.

Coverage includes:

Series Editors
Joseph J. Martocchio
University of Ilinois, USA

Monograph length conceptual papers designed to promote theory and research on important substantive and methodological topics in the field of human resources management.

Hui Laio
University of Maryland, USA

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Human Resource Management Books

Research on Managing Groups and Teams
ISSN: 1534-0856

Research on Managing Groups and Teams has been publishing volumes to push conceptual and theoretical ideas in the research in this field since 1998.

Culture and Groups; Affect and Groups; Diversity in Groups.

Benefits and features
• Rich theoretical discussion across these chapters that will challenge you to think beyond our traditional theoretical explanations.

Coverage includes:

Series Editors
Professor Elizabeth A. Mannix
Cornell University, USA

Identity Issues in Groups; Time in Groups; Status and Groups; Groups and Ethics; National

Professor Margaret A. Neale
Stanford University, USA

Part of the Business, Management & Economics eBook Series Collection

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