Edited by Rowena Barrett and Susan Mayson
This invaluable reference tool has been designed in response to the growing recognition that too little is known about the intersection between entrepreneurship and human resource management. Paying particular attention to the ‘people’ side of venture emergence and development, it offers unique insights into the role that human resource management (HRM) plays in small and entrepreneurial firms.
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- International Handbook of Entrepreneurship and HRM
- Chapter 1: Introduction: At the Intersection of Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Management
- Chapter 2: The Nascent Entrepreneur, Business Development and the Role of Human Resources
- Chapter 3: Entrepreneurship Capital: A Regional, Organizational, Team and Individual Phenomenon
- Chapter 4: Interpretivist Approaches to Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 5: Human Resource Management as an Entrepreneurial Tool?
- Chapter 6: The Formality and Informality of HRM Practices in Small Firms
- Chapter 7: Human Resource Management and Corporate Performance: Evidence from UK and US Small Firms
- Chapter 8: Human Resource Strategies of High-Growth Entrepreneurial Firms
- Chapter 9: The Relationship between Small Firm Growth and HRM Practices
- Chapter 10: Formalizing Relationships? Time, Change and the Psychological Contract in Team Entrepreneurial Companies
- Chapter 11: Growing Pains: Managing the Employment Relationship in Medium-Sized Enterprises
- Chapter 12: Paternalism and People Management in a Low-Tech Manufacturing Company
- Chapter 13: Barriers to Growth in Family-Owned Smaller Businesses
- Chapter 14: Human Resource Management in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Jiangsu, China
- Chapter 15: Small Firms’ Strategic Stickiness and the Impact of State Interventions
- Chapter 16: Becoming an Employer
- Chapter 17: Organizational Attractiveness of Small Businesses
- Chapter 18: The Effect of Small Firms’ Recruitment Practice Portfolio Composition on Recruitment Success
- Chapter 19: Would Using the Psychological Contract Increase Entrepreneurial Business Development Potential?
- Chapter 20: Daily Learning, Job Design and Problem-Solving in SMEs
- Chapter 21: Encouraging Skills Acquisition in SMEs
- Chapter 22: Training and Development: Practices, Definitions and Desires
- Chapter 23: The Maturation of Entrepreneurial Careers
- Chapter 24: Intention to Quit: Evidence from Managers and Professionals in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
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