Edited by Chris Brewster, Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Elaine Farndale
Chapter 23: Comparative HRM research in South America: a call for comparative institutional approaches
This chapter argues that extant insights into South American human resource management (HRM) derived from cross-cultural approaches could be enhanced by integrating comparative institutional perspectives. This insightful chapter lays out opportunities and challenges for integrating comparative institutional approaches into HRM research in South America. A primary contribution is an identification of five core issues common to comparative institutional approaches and that are particularly relevant to HRM research in the South American context.
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