Edited by Chris Brewster, Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Elaine Farndale
Chapter 6: The anthropological comparative method as a means of analysing and solving pressing issues in comparative HRM
This chapter provides insight into qualitative approaches to comparative human resource management (HRM) studies, focusing in particular on the anthropological comparative method. The authors present a detailed international case study to demonstrate how international HRM might usefully adopt the comparative method as a means of analysis, drawing useful conclusions from data that do not easily lend themselves to generalisation.
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