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Chapter 32: Comparative HRM research in Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
This chapter reviews both qualitative and quantitative studies including Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, leading the authors to conclude that there is a substantial research gap in understanding these economies, and to call for new studies to complement other more widely studied Asian economies. The three countries have a shared history and ethnic lineage, but also have in common that we, as yet, know little about how human resource management (HRM) is conducted there.
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