Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management: Volume 3 Issue 1

This journal is now published by World Scientific Publishing House


Table of contents

A Chinese theory of scholarly inquiry: Inspirations for making unique and interesting contributions

Thomas Tang

The main purpose of this editorial is to combine the philosophies of learning from the Eastern and the Western cultures, offer some inspiration to researchers, and promote…


Managing diversity in Chinese and Indian organizations: a qualitative study

Fang Lee Cooke, Debi S. Saini

This paper aims to investigate diversity management (DM) practices in China and India by analyzing formal DM policy (if one exists) adopted by the company and informal DM…


“Insiders” or “outsiders”?: Adoption, staffing pattern, and HR configuration of temporary agency workers in the Chinese context

Xinjian Li, Xing Liu, Bo Shi

The purpose of this paper is to gain a systematic and comprehensive understanding of deploying temporary agency work (TAW) in China in relation to the adoption, staffing…

Competency modeling research and practice in China: a literature review

Guangrong Dai, Kaiguang (Carl) Liang

The purpose of this paper is to examine the current status of competency modeling in Chinese organizations, and explore approaches to further advancing related research…


Civil service leadership selection in China: historical evolution and current status

Xiangdong Gu, Louise T. Higgins, Lixiang Weng, Xiaoye Holt

The aim of this paper is to examine the evolution and development of the selection process and methods used by the Chinese government for appointing public officials.



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