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NEW

Contemporary Issues in Management

Competing Values Leadership

Edited by Lindsay Hamilton, Laura Mitchell


and Anita Mangan, Keele University, UK
This book is for upper-level students, managers and
academics who are interested in exploring the messy
reality of the contemporary workplace and in considering
how things might be done differently. In particular, it offers
a critical perspective on organisational behaviour and the
sociology of work.

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June 2014 c 240 pp Paperback 978 1 78347 001 3 c 25.00


June 2014 Hardback 978 1 78347 000 6 c 75.00
eBook 978 1 78347 002 0

Paul N. Gooderham, NHH


The Norwegian School of
Economics, Norway,
Birgitte Grgaard, University
of Calgary, Canada and the late
Odd Nordhaug, formerly of the
NHH The Norwegian School
of Economics, Norway
This timely and accessible MBA textbook explores the
challenges faced by todays multinational corporations.
This excellent book covers the field of international business
and particularly international management and is written in
a way that cuts through these complex concepts and makes
them understandable without losing any of the nuances.
The substantial case studies attached to each topic and
chapter can be mined by teachers and students in a variety
of different ways. The book is ideal for Masters students, but
many of their teachers can gain a lot from it too.
Chris Brewster, University of Reading, UK
2013 480 pp Paperback 978 1 78254 622 1 35.00
2013 Hardback 978 1 78100 438 8 145.00
eBook 978 1 78100 439 5

Second Edition
Kim S. Cameron, Robert E. Quinn and Jeff Degraff,
University of Michigan and Anjan V. Thakor,
Washington University, US
This thoroughly updated book serves as the key source
for understanding the Competing Values Framework, one
of the most widely used and highly cited frameworks in
the world. The authors, who have been at the foundation
of developing, applying and studying this framework for
over three decades, explain how it helps foster successful
leadership, improve organizational effectiveness and
promote value creation.
It would be unusual for a framework as powerful and
predictive as the Competing Values Framework to remain
unchallenged and absent of criticism. In addition to
updating the examples and references, this second edition
provides a new chapter motivated by recent criticisms
of the framework. Future business leaders will find it an
illuminating and useful reference.
Aug 2014 Paperback 978 1 78347 712 8 c 30.00
Aug 2014 c 204 pp Hardback 978 1 78347 710 4 c 70.00
Elgaronline 978 1 78347 711 1
New Horizons in Management series

Managing Organizational Behavior


Individuals, Teams, Organization
and Management
Henry Tosi, University of Florida, US and
Massimo Pilati, University of Modena and Reggio
Emilia, Italy
This completely revised edition covers the field of
organizational behavior in a theoretical and applied way
that both students and instructors will find engaging
and informative. For use in introductory and advanced
undergraduate courses, the book covers a broad range
of topics in the field, including: personality, motivation,
groups, power, and leadership.
2011 416 pp Paperback 978 0 85793 845 9 37.00
2011 Hardback 978 1 84980 247 5 105.00
eBook 978 0 85793 202 0

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Organisational Behaviour
NEW KEY TITLE

Handbook of Conflict Management Research


Edited by Oluremi B. Ayoko and Neal M. Ashkanasy, UQ Business School, The University of Queensland
and Karen A. Jehn, University of Melbourne, Australia
The Handbook of Conflict Management Research is an important integration of the research literature that has
blossomed over the last couple of decades. This volume of spectacular pieces of work will be a critical addition to the
library of any serious scholar of conflict.
Max H. Bazerman, Harvard Kennedy School, US
This unique book draws together current thoughts and research in conflict management. Specifically, it brings a wealth
of knowledge from authorities in the field on emerging issues such as power in conflict, cognition and emotions in
conflict, leading conflict from multiple perspectives and cultural orientations, the role of context in conflict and the
teaching of conflict management.
Contributors include: O.B. Ayoko, N.M. Ashkanasy,B. Barry, J. Bear, K. Behfar, C. Bendersky, J. Brett, D.K. Bollen, E. Burris, R.R. Callister,
N. Chen Yi-feng, D. Conlon, E.V. de Vliert, R.E. de Vries, F. de Wit, S. Einarsen,M. Euwema, A.J. Ferguson, C.M. Fisher, M.J Gelfand,
D.E. Gibson, E. Giebels, B. Gray, L. Greer, E.V. Hall, K. Hamilton, J. Harrington, A.C. Homan, K.A. Jehn, P.J. Jordan, A. Kane, M.A. Korsgaard,
L. Leslie, R.J. Lewicki, E.L. Lingo, B.J. Lucas, K.L. McGinn, S. Mohammed, M. Muchiri, P.C. Patel, R.S. Peterson, R.L. Pinkley, R.E. Ployhart,
J. Polzer, R.A. Posthuma, M. Redeker, E.M. Rehel, F.A. Rink, S. Rispens, J. Sanchez-Burks, P. Satterstrom, J. Sawyer, D. Scheepers,
M. Schweitzer, D.L. Shapiro, S-I. Shih, J-S. Tan, R. Tesler, D. Tjosvold, S.M.B. Thatcher, L.L. Thompson, G. Todorova, A.C. Troth, E. Ufkes,
M. Ulrich, K. Van Erp,R. Volkema, R. Weil, R. Weingart, K.M. Westerlaken, A. Wong,

July 2014 c 576 pp Hardback 978 1 78100 693 1 c 160.00 Elgaronline 978 1 78100 694 8

NEW

NEW

Collective
Knowledge
Management

Handbook of Research Methods


on Intuition

Foundations of
International Business
in the Age of Intellectual
Capitalism
Haruo H. Horaguchi, Hosei
University, Japan
Human beings create knowledge as a result of interaction
with others. This book is devoted to the idea that
collective knowledge management can be strategically
promoted through these interactions in order to enhance
a firms competitiveness.
Haruo H. Horaguchi explores a new perspective of
knowledge management as an eco-system, a theory that
explains why Japanese multinational enterprises lead the
way for innovation in the 21st century. While the concept
of personal knowledge through tacit knowing describes
how knowledge is understood as input for individuals, the
concept of collective knowledge management contributes
to the creation of intellectual resources for firms.
This book provides a critical assessment of the classic
theories of innovation and an intensive empirical study
on industrial agglomeration and collective intelligence. It
then goes on to offer a new theory of management.
2014 240 pp Hardback 978 1 78347 322 9 75.00

Edited by Marta Sinclair, Griffith University,


Australia
How does one go about studying intuition a complex,
cross-disciplinary field, which is still developing? How
can intuition be captured in situ? How can a researcher
harness their own intuition? This book uses methodrelated themes to help answer these questions and
explore innovative developments in intuition research.
The authors explore effects of cognitive systems and
capabilities, the role of emotions and stress and highlight
challenges of quantitative approaches. They investigate
qualitative techniques for mapping intuition, illustrate
the use of grounded theory and, finally, review the role of
researchers own expertise and intuition. This book will
be invaluable for new and experienced scholars to help
them expand their research methods repertoire.
Contributors include: C. Akinci, A. Antonietti, L. Baldacchino,
L. Cabantous, J-F Coget, B. Colombo, R. Cooksey, V. Drfler,
S.E. Dreyfus, C. Eden, J. Langan-Fox, S.L. Grant, A. Hamilton,
C. Harteis, G.P. Hodgkinson, C. Horvth, O. Hyppnen, P. Iannello,
A. Lockett, M. Fenton-OCreevy, M. Robson, C. Petitmengin, P. Ping
Li, A.C.R. van Riel, M. Sinclair, R.E. Smerek, E. Sadler-Smith,
M Stierand, S. Teerikangas, D. Ucbasaran, L. Vlikangas, S. Vohra

July 2014 c 320 pp


Hardback 978 1 78254 598 9 c 120.00
Elgaronline 978 1 78254 599 6
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Organisational Behaviour
NEW

NEW KEY TITLE

Handbook of
Organizational and
Entrepreneurial
Ingenuity

Research Companion to Ethical


Behavior in Organizations

Edited by Benson Honig,


McMaster University,
Canada, Joseph Lampel,
City University London, UK
and Israel Drori, College of
Management, Academic
Studies, Rishon LeZion, Israel
Professors Honig, Lampel and Drori have put together
a collection of thought-provoking chapters on ingenuity
written by an exciting group of scholars from around
the world. The authors critically explore the difficult
yet rewarding concept of ingenuity, and then apply this
concept to the study of processes such as improvisation,
bricolage and jugaad in a range of domains and
settings such as sustainability, haute cuisine, dance
and microfinance. I would recommend this book to
academicians and practitioners alike interested in
creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Raghu Garud, Pennsylvania State University, US
Contributors: A. Banerjee, S. Clegg, L.W. Cox, M. Pina e Cunha,
I. Drori, G. Gorse, P. Groenewegen, B. Honig, J. Koch,
J.M. Korhonen, J. Lampel, S.R.H. Mariano, F. Masciarelli,
J. Matthews, D.T. Meth, J. Moraes, P. Neves, P. Oliveira,
A. Prencipe, A. Rego, W. Rothmann, T. Sagiv, N. Senf, J.G. Shearer,
A.C.O. Siqueira, A.M.C.E. Stam, L. Vlikangas, I.A.M. Wakkee,
D.B. Zoogah

2014 320 pp Hardback 978 1 78254 903 1 120.00


Elgaronline 978 1 78254 904 8

Constructs and Measures


Edited by Bradley R. Agle, David W. Hart,
Jeffery A. Thompson and Hilary M. Hendricks,
Brigham Young University, US
Wide-ranging in its coverage, this compendium of
measures will prove a very helpful aid to researchers
studying ethics in organizations. The authors have drawn
together and summarized empirical measures of diverse
phenomena relevant to organizational ethics both
widely studied topics, such as ethical awareness, decision
making, and behavior, and newer, important research
on topics such as moral identity, intuition, and emotion.
Given the recent rapid growth of behavioral studies of
ethics in organizations, this is a very timely work.
Gary R. Weaver, University of Delaware, US and Senior
Associate Editor, Business Ethics Quarterly
Compiling empirical work from management and social
science disciplines, this book provides an entry point for
academic researchers and compliance officers interested
in measuring the moral dimensions of individuals.
Accessible to newcomers but geared toward academics,
this detailed book catalogs the varied and nuanced
constructs used in behavioral ethics, along with measures
that assess those constructs.
Contributors include: B.R. Agle, J.B. Bingham, S.D. Brown,
J.D. Carlson, K. Bell DeTienne, C. Frogley Ellertson, L, E. Garrett,
R. Dailey Goodwin, D.W. Hart, H.M. Hendricks, D.C. Howe,
M-C Ingerson, A.K. Klemme, R.P. Mahrt, C. Mealey, A. Miller,
J.A. Miller, J. Camden Robinson, Z.J. Rodgers, J.A. Thompson,
L.L. Wadsworth, M.C. Walsman, M.A. Widmer, A.L. Wilkins

Nov 2014 c 400 pp


Hardback 978 1 78254 746 4 c 130.00
Elgaronline 978 1 78254 747 1

Gender in Organizations
Are Men Allies or Adversaries to Womens Career Advancement?
Edited by Ronald J. Burke, York University, Canada and Debra A. Major,
Old Dominion University, US
A book on gender in organisations usually focuses on women. This one doesnt. Men and
masculinities play centre stage in explaining how women (and sometimes men) are disadvantaged
at work. The book does not position men as the bad guys. There are many examples of how men act
as allies to women. A novel approach and a welcome addition to gender scholars. A great read!
Susan Vinnicombe, OBE, Cranfield University, UK and Simmons College, US
This rare and insightful compilation brings a unique and relatively understudied perspective to the
extant gender in management/leadership literature: the role of men in fostering gender equality.
Diana Bilimoria, Case Western Reserve University, US
2014 456 pp Hardback 978 1 78195 569 7 105.00 Elgaronline 978 1 78195 570 3

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Organisational Behaviour
KEY TITLES

Getting Women on
to Corporate Boards
A Snowball Starting in
Norway
Edited by
Silke Machold, University
of Wolverhampton, UK,
Morten Huse, University of
Witten/Herdecke, Germany
and BI Norwegian Business
School, Norway, Katrin Hansen, Westflische
Hochschule, Germany and Marina Brogi, Sapienza
University of Rome, Italy
This slim but informative volume contains contributions
from practitioners, policy-makers, principle-setters,
advocacy groups and researchers on gender balance in
the boardroom, the outcomes of the Norwegian quota
law and its snowball effects in other countries...The book
contains personal stories and research from around the
world . . . The stories of the Norwegian pioneers were of
most interest to me, providing color and a clearer picture
of what was involved more than any piece of statistical
research can deliver. However, the book also has much
to offer to Americans and others who must argue not for
justice but bottom line performance. . . Whether you are
interested in micro or macro issues of economics, politics
or justice it delights.
James McRitchie, CorpGov.net
2013 256 pp Hardback 978 1 78254 792 1 75.00
Elgaronline 978 1 78254 794 5

Proactive Personality
and Behavior for
Individual and
Organizational
Productivity
Andrew J. DuBrin, Rochester
Institute of Technology, US
This comprehensive book
describes how proactive
behavior, driven by a proactive
personality, contributes to individual and organizational
productivity. A consolidation of available research on the
nature of proactivity in the workplace, this book explores
methods of helping workers themselves become more
effective, and managers understand effective ways of
fostering this kind of thinking and behavior.
2013 240 pp Hardback 978 1 78254 934 5 75.00
Elgaronline 978 1 78254 935 2
New Horizons in Management series

Handbook of
Research on
Promoting Womens
Careers
Edited by
Susan Vinnicombe OBE,
Cranfield University, UK and
Simmons College, US,
Ronald J. Burke, York
University, Canada,
Stacy Blake-Beard and
Lynda L. Moore, Simmons College US
As more women take on highly visible leadership
roles, such as CEO or C-suite executive, I am often
asked whether there continues to be a need for
research on womens career development. This book
effectively answers the challenge behind that question
by documenting the status of women in business and
by marshaling empirical evidence of gender effects
on careers. The chapters provide a rich, theoretically
grounded overview of womens career development and
action steps for accelerating the growth of womens
representation in leadership.
Alison M. Konrad, Western University, Canada
Why is it that relatively few women achieve senior
management positions despite their increasing levels of
education and years of work experience? How can we
change this?
In a changing world where women have dominated as
graduates from universities in the West, recent research
has shown that the same trend is also strikingly evident
in the newly emerging markets. Tapping into this female
talent pool is extremely important and advancing
womens careers has become a key business issue. This
Handbook lays out a number of promising approaches.
First the business case for doing so is presented. The
challenges facing women are reviewed, followed by
various programs that address particular needs such
as mentoring, leadership development programs for
women, work and family initiatives, and succession
planning. Finally, case studies of award-winning
organizational initiatives are described.
Contributors: D. Anderson, S.M. Barnett, S.A. Berry,
G. Bhattacharya, D. Bilimoria, S. Blake-Beard, L. Brook, R.J. Burke,
S. Caleo, S.D. Carter, S.S. Case, S. Dinolfo, E. Doldor, S.L. Fielden,
K. Giscombe, J. Graham, A. Gupta, C.E.J. Hrtel, G.F. Hrtel,
S.A. Haslam, R. Hawarden, M.E. Heilman, M.M. Hopkins,
S.V. Horner, C.M. Hunt, M.M.S. Kats, S. Kumra, X. Liang, S. Mavin,
L.L. Moore, J.T. Nadler, S.M. Nkomo, J.S. Nugent, A.J. Oetama-Paul,
D.M. Ohse, D.A. ONeil, K. Peters, C. Quental, M.K. Ryan, R. Sealy,
F. Sheridan, V. Srinivasan, M.S. Stockdale, N. Sultana, R. Sumner,
J.M. Turell, A. Valenti, H. van Emmerik, S. Vinnicombe, J. Williams,
W.M. Williams, A. Wittenberg-Cox

2013 528 pp Hardback 978 0 85793 895 4 150.00


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Organisational Behaviour

Rhetoric and the


Politics of Workplace
Innovation

RESEARCH COLLECTIONS

Struggling with
Empowerment
and Modernization

Management
and Happiness

Martin Beirne, University


of Glasgow, UK
This text provides a critical insight into the on-going
debates and controversies that surround employee
empowerment and workplace innovation. It highlights
competing interests and conflicting values, and
illuminates some basic tensions between confident
rhetoric and everyday realities. It also marks a contrast
with established academic investigations in this area,
combining sober analysis with advocacy to claim space
for a research-based activism among coalitions of
critical researchers and like-minded practitioners that
can anticipate and promote genuinely enriching and
empowering ways of managing and organizing work.
2013 208 pp Hardback 978 0 85793 000 2 70.00
Elgaronline978 1 78254 834 8

Handbook of
Research on Crisis
Leadership in
Organizations
Edited by Andrew J. DuBrin,
Rochester Institute of
Technology, US
Modern organizational life
seems dominated by crisis
BP and the Gulf Oil spill, TEPCO
and the Japanese tsunami, the global financial meltdown.
Therefore it is particularly timely to find a collection
of articles in this Handbook that provides research
guidance and practical insights on how leaders manage
or mismanage in crisis situations. The focus on the crisis
leader highlights what they do, and how they do it, while
at the same time raising important questions to guide
subsequent analysis.
Sydney Finkelstein, Dartmouth College, US
and author of Why Smart Executives Fail
Contributors: J.B, Adams, R.D. Arvey, G. Bonvillian, S. Chaidaroon,
B. Crane, E. Deverell, A. Drory, A.J. DuBrin, S.B. Dust, E.H. Fram,
K. Hyo-Jung, E.H. James, T. Jaques, R.S. Littlefield, K.E. Medeiros,
G. Meisler, S.L. Muffet-Willett, M.D. Mumford, A. Pang, K. Parsons,
P.J. Partlow, R.F. Piccolo, R. Pillai, R. Rajah, E. Vigoda-Gadot,
L.P. Wooten

2013 384 pp Hardback 978 1 78100 639 9 130.00


Elgaronline 978 1 78100 640 5

The International Library of Critical Writings on Business


and Management series

Edited by
Cary L. Cooper CBE,
Lancaster University
and Ivan T. Robertson,
Robertson Cooper Ltd,
University of Manchester
and Leeds University
Business School, UK
The significance of this book lies in how comprehensively
it brings together the underlying theory and science
of wellbeing. Its value is further enhanced by the
internationally recognized scholars used to explore the
management of wellbeing and happiness. This volume
is immensely important to all of those wishing to
advance their understanding of wellbeing and happiness
at work and in doing so, enthusing them to use that
understanding to contribute to improving the quality of
working life.
Philip Dewe, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
33 articles, dating from 1994 to 2012
Contributors include: J. Barling, R. Cropanzano, E. Diener,
B.L. Fredrickson, R. Layard, F. Luthans, M. Marmot, F.L. Schmidt,
P.E. Spector, T. Theorell, T.A. Wright

Series no. 21 2013 544 pp


Hardback 978 0 85793 992 0 180.00

Sport Management
Edited by
George B. Cunningham,
Texas A&M University, US
Sport Management provides an
insightful overview of the sport
management discipline. The
collection includes influential
articles and chapters from
leading scholars in the field,
covering a wide array of issues.
In adopting a multilevel approach, this volume explores
this topical field and addresses sport management issues
at the societal, organisational, and individual level.
25 articles, dating from 1994 to 2012
Contributors include: L. Chalip, A. Doherty, D. Funk, K. Henderson,
D. Mahony, L. Thibault, M. Washington, E.F. Zeigler

Series no. 22 2013 576 pp


Hardback 978 1 78100 717 4 190.00

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Organisational Behaviour

The Psychology of the Recession


on the Workplace
Edited by Alexander-Stamatios G. Antoniou,
University of Athens, Greece and
Cary L. Cooper CBE, Lancaster University, UK
Two deep human needs are to master the world and to
feel safe and secure. The Great Recession thwarted both
needs for millions of people around the world. Cooper
and Antonious global team of scholars address the
psychological, economic, social, and other dimensions of
our current crisis while charting paths whereby we can
again satisfy these needs. Let us rise above the crisis and
follow Aristotles path to living well and faring well. This
book offers a plan for doing so.
James Campell Quick, The University
of Texas at Arlington, US
2013 368 pp Hardback 978 0 85793 383 6 90.00
Elgaronline9 78 0 85793 384 3
New Horizons in Management series

Handbook of
Research on Sport
and Business
Edited by Sten Sderman,
Stockholm University,
Sweden and Harald Dolles,
Molde University College,
Norway and University of
Gothenburg, Sweden
This insight-laden volume
encompasses todays and tomorrows research across
the multifaceted landscape of the business side of
sport from branding and sponsorship to media and
technology, from club management to governance.
It effectively encompasses both theory and practice.
Scholars, students, and practitioners will find this cogent
collection of international consumer and business
research knowledge and perspectives both informative
and useful.
Stephen A. Greyser, Harvard Business School, US
Contributors: C. Anagnostopoulos, T.D. Andersson, A.-l. Balduck,
N. Bhlke, A. Bourke, M. Buelens, S. Chadwick, T.B. Cornwell,
V. De Bosscher, M. Desbordes, M. Dibben, H. Dolles, B. Frick,
H. Gammelster, C. Gratton, A. Guala, S. Hamil, K.K. Haugen,
B. Hellau, P. Hogan, H. Jansson, R.B. Johnson, M. Maes,
N. OReilly, L. Robinson, A. Rudd, J. Santomier, T. Schlesinger,
B. Senaux, S. Shibli, E.A. Skille, A.C.T. Smith, S. Sderman,
H.A. Solberg, B. Stewart, T. Strbel, J. Truyens, D.M. Turco,
M. van Bottenburg, G. Walters, M. Winand, H. Woratschek,
T. Zintz

2013 608 pp Hardback 978 1 84980 005 1 170.00


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KEY TITLE

Handbook of
Research on
Negotiation
Edited by Mara Olekalns,
University of Melbourne,
Australia and
Wendi L. Adair, University
of Waterloo, Canada
This Handbook combines a
review of negotiation research
with state-of-the-art commentary on the future of
negotiation theory and research. Leading international
scholars give insight into both the factors known to
shape negotiation and the questions that we need to
answer as we strive to deepen our understanding of the
negotiation process. This Handbook provides analyses of
the negotiation process from four distinct perspectives:
negotiators cognition and emotion, social processes
and social inferences, communication processes,
and complex negotiations, covering trade, peace,
environment, and crisis negotiations.
Contributors: W.L. Adair, S. Aslani, L.Y. Belkin, J.M. Brett,
W. Cai, L. Crump, K.A. Diekmann, D. Druckman, H.A. Elfenbein,
R. Friedman, E. Giebels, B. Gray, K. Hglund, Y.K. Kim,
L. Koning, R.J. Lewicki, E. Linnabery, L.A. Liu, J. Loewenstein,
E.A. Mannix, M.A. Neale, M. Olekalns, J.R. Overbeck, B. Polin,
J. Ramirez-Marin, Z. Semnani-Azad, M. Sinaceur, A.T. Soderberg,
H. Sondak, A.F. Stuhlmacher, P.J. Taylor, A.E. Tenbrunsel,
C. Tinsley, E. van Dijk, G.A. Van Kleef, S. Wells, J. Wondolleck

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Emotions and
Consumption
Behaviour
Isabella Soscia, SKEMA
Business School, France
Literally and metaphorically,
this long-overdue book is full of
emotions. While illustrating the
role and implications of human
emotions on consumption
behaviour, the author does
it passionately. She comments on the evidence that
consumers desire much more than functional utility
and material possession of goods. Positive, negative,
and mixed emotions are better predictors of the way
consumers elaborate meanings of their possessions as
well as sounder explanations of the way consumption is
used in order to navigate social relations.
Luca M. Visconti, ESCP Europe, France
2013 160 pp Hardback 978 0 85793 796 4 65.00
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Organisational Behaviour
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NEW IN PAPERBACK

Handbook of Research on
Mergers and Acquisitions

Handbook of Organizational
and Managerial Innovation

Edited by Yaakov Weber, College of Management,


Israel

Edited by Tyrone S. Pitsis, Newcastle University,


UK, Ace Simpson, University of Technology,
Sydney (UTS) Business School and Centre for
Management and Organization Studies (CMOS)
and Erlend Dehlin, Trondheim Business School,
Norway and Norwegian University of Science
and Technology

For the last four decades, researchers in various


disciplines have been trying to explain the enduring
paradox of the growing activity and volume of mergers
and acquisitions (M&A) versus the high failure rate of
M&A. This book will stimulate scholars to focus on new
research directions. It explores how underlying concepts
and methodologies can make an important contribution
towards understanding M&A and its performance. It
provides research that incorporates multidisciplinary,
multi-level, multi-stage and cross-cultural models and
analyses, and also focuses on such issues as processcontent, knowledge transfer, due diligence, performance
measures, communication, trust, grief, integration
approaches, individual values, change management,
and consulting.
Contributors: M.F. Ahammad, N.M. Ashkanasy, Z. Bachar-Rozen,
L. Bengtsson, K.M. Ellis, K.W. Glaister, P.-G. Hourquet, P. Junni,
M.H. Kavanagh, B.T. Lamont, R. Larsson, M.L. Marks, O. Meglio,
E. Metais, P.H. Mirvis, A.L. Ranft, T.H. Reus, A. Risberg, R.M. Sarala,
A.-M. Sderberg, G.K. Stahl, S.Y. Tarba, E. Vaara, P. Very, Y. Weber

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RESEARCH COLLECTION

The Economics of Organisation


and Bureaucracy

The volume is rich in diversity of methodological,


epistemological and ontological orientations and
variety of approaches in organizational and managerial
innovation and brings together some of the worlds
leading thinkers, academics and professionals who
contribute a comprehensive picture of the field. . .
The Handbook remains an essential resource for all
researchers, practitioners and students alike as well as
a comprehensive, ambitious, welcome compilation of
the patterns of organizational and managerial innovation
(and development) across the globe.
Lucian Blaga, Management of Sustainable Development
Contributors: R. Agarwal, J. Bessant, J. Birkinshaw, K. Bjrkeng,
C. Boedker, A. Carlsen, H.H. Chiu, S. Clegg, M.P. e Cunha,
F. Damanpour, E. Dehlin, R. Green, R. Hall, K. Hydle, E. Josserand,
M. Kerrin, R. Lamming, C. Magelssen, M. Mol, R. Northcote,
F. Patterson, T.S Pitsis, N. Rapport, A. Rego, J.M. Runnalls,
L. Sandelands, A. Simpson, G.M.P. Swann, S. Teerikangas,
P. Thomas, I.G. Vaccaro, L. Vlikangas, F.A.J. Van Den Bosch,
F. Villesche, H.W. Volberda, L. Zibarras

2013 400 pp Hardback 978 1 84980 257 4 135.00


2014 Paperback 978 1 78254 034 2 40.00
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Edited by Peter M. Jackson, University of


Leicester, UK

Fact and Fantasy about Leadership

This authoritative and in-depth collection presents


seminal papers from leading academics in the field of
organisation and bureaucracy. It encompasses sections on
organisational boundaries, neo-Schumpeterian theories,
hierarchy and international organisation, organisational
culture and behaviour, power politics and authority, as
well as organisational institutions and practices. Professor
Jackson has chosen works which have shaped the views
of how the economics of organisation and bureaucracy
are viewed today and has included papers from
conflicting ends of the spectrum to illustrate the fluid
and evolving nature of the subject.

The author provides a thoughtfully explored, wideranging description of the literature, and concludes that
followership deserves more attention than it has in the
past. In focusing on followers as the chief producers of
the phenomenon, the book is one of the few attempys to
deviate from the common model of explaining leadership
with reference to the leaders characteristics and action.
This creative and challenging book will be important to
social psychologists, sociologists, managers, and political
scientists.

87 articles, dating from 1776 to 2008


Contributors include: K. Arrow, R. Coase, O. Hart, B. Klein,
J. Mirrlees, H. Simon, A. Smith, J. Stiglitz, D. Teece, O. Williamson

Series no. 272 Three volume set 2013 2,244 pp


Hardback 978 1 85898 444 5 715.00

Micha Popper, University of Haifa, Israel

D. Sydiaha, Choice
2012 168 pp Hardback 978 0 85793 614 1 65.00
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The International Library of Critical Writings


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International Handbook on
Whistleblowing Research

Organisation Studies
Catalogue
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Edited by A.J. Brown, Griffith University, Australia,


Richard E. Moberly, University of Nebraska
College of Law, US, David Lewis, Middlesex
University and Wim Vandekerckhove, University
of Greenwich, UK
In the modern age of institutions, whistleblowing is now
established as one of the most important processes
if not the single most important process by which
governments and corporations are kept accountable
to the societies they are meant to serve. This essential
Handbook provides researchers and policy makers from
around the world with a comprehensive overview of the
state of our knowledge regarding this vital process.
Contributors include: B. Bjrkelo, R. Bosua, A.J. Brown, H. Bye,
K. Crow, T. Devine, S. Dreyfus, T. Morehead Dworkin, B. Edwards,
B. Fasterling, T. Faunce, P. Harpur, R. Lederman, D. Lewis, J. Leys,
K. Loyens, J. Maesschalck, B. Martin, D. Meyer, M. Miceli,
S. Milton, R. Moberly, R. Morgan, J. Near, T. Nikolic, J. Olsen,
M. Rehg, P. Roberts, M. Skivenes, R. Smith, M. Spencer, J. Spencer,
S. Trygstad, E. Tsahuridu, T. Uys, W. Vandekerckhove, S. Walden,
C. Wheeler, J. Zuckerman

Aug 2014 c 704 pp


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Handbook of Chinese
Organizational Behavior
Integrating Theory, Research and Practice
Edited by Xu Huang and Michael Harris Bond,
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The Handbook of Chinese Organizational Behavior, edited
by Xu Huang and Michael Harris Bond, is among the best
books on Chinese organizational behavior that I have read
in recent years. It is a timely book, filling the huge gap
between management practice and research in Chinese
societies.
Danny Wedding, PsycCritiques
Contributors: S. Aryee, M.H. Bond, P. Cardona, C.C. Chen,
N.Y. Chen, X.-P. Chen, Z.X. Chen, F.M.-c. Cheung, M. Chong, W. Fan,
R. Fischer, R. Friedman, P.P. Fu, D.N. Henry, S. Hornung,
G.-h. Huang, X. Huang, K.-K. Hwang, T.-Y. Kim, S.J. Kulich, J.Y.M. Lai,
C.K. Lam, L.W. Lam, D.C.-s. Lau, C. Lee, Y.-t. Lee, K. Leung, W. Li,
W. Liu, V.M.-C. Lun, I. Ng, S.B.C. Ng, K. Peng, D.M. Rousseau,
Y.F. Shang, P.B. Smith, L.J. Song, D. Tjosvold, A.S. Tsui, S.S. Wen,
A. Wong, C.-S. Wong, J. Wu, M. Wu, J. Wuttke, E. Xu, J. Yao,
H.H. Zhao, J. Zhou

2012 560 pp Hardback 978 0 85793 339 3 160.00


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KEY TITLE

How Can HR Drive


Growth?
Edited by George Saridakis,
Kingston University and
Cary L. Cooper CBE,
Lancaster University, UK
The ten up-to date research
reviews that are presented in
this book provide new insights
into the HR academic literature.
The chapters provide clear
lessons that can be learnt from, along with strategies,
approaches and processes in which HR could be used by
both practitioners and policy makers to drive growth.
The book shows how suitable strategy can increase
workforce knowledge, leadership skills, entrepreneurial
spirit, organizational involvement, safety and well-being
and how HR can enhance performance within small and
large, private and public, single-site and multi-site firms.
This book explores cross-disciplinary human resources
literature and up-to-date trends and directions relevant
to academics, research students, policy makers, the
business world and other stakeholders.
2013 288 pp Hardback 978 1 78100 225 4 80.00
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New Horizons in Management series

Minorities in
Entrepreneurship
An International Review
Glenice J. Wood,
Marilyn J. Davidson
and Sandra L. Fielden
2012 232 pp Hardback
978 1 84980 242 0 65.00
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Handbook of
Research on
Employee Voice
Edited by
Adrian Wilkinson,
Griffith University, Australia,
Jimmy Donaghey,
University of Warwick,
UK, Tony Dundon,
NUI Galway, Ireland and
Richard Freeman, Harvard University
and NBER, US
Given employee voice has become more important
recently across a range of disciplines, this book is very
timely indeed. It brings together contributions from
50 well-known academics from different countries who
provide a comprehensive account of employee voice
from a variety of historical and contemporary angles.
Crucially it also raises key questions for current and
future research and practice. In my view this book should
be compulsory reading for academics, policy makers,
practitioners and students in the subject area.
Michael Marchington, University of Strathclyde
and University of Manchester, UK
Contributors include: M. Allen, A. Avgar, A. Barnes, C. Benassi,
J. Benders, C. Brinsfield, J. Budd, S. Chillas, N. Cullinane,
T. Dobbins, V. Dollesgast, J. Donaghey, T. Dundon, J. Foley,
P. Gollan, J. Gruman, B. Harley, E. Heery, P. Holland, S. Johnstone,
S. Kaine, B. Kaufman, D. Lewin, A. Luchak, A. Marks, M. Martinez,
W. Nieuhauser, M. Ozbilgin, G. Patmore, D. Pohler, S. Procter,
A. Pyman, A. Saks, M. Sameer, J. Syed, K. Townsend, P. Willman,
Y. Xu

April 2014 520 pp


Hardback 978 0 85793 926 5 150.00
Elgaronline 978 0 85793 927 2

Handbook
of WorkLife
Integration Among
Professionals
Challenges and
Opportunities
Edited by Debra A. Major,
Old Dominion University,
US and Ronald Burke, York
University, Canada
How work and family lives can be effectively managed
has been a hot topic of public debate in recent years.
This Handbook integrates current thinking and research
evidence regarding how professionals navigate multiple
life roles to achieve satisfaction and fulfillment.
Drawing on the expertise of top worklife scholars,
the book offers a comprehensive treatment of the
challenges and benefits encountered in worklife
integration. The topic is approached from multiple
angles, including how technology, family structure over
the lifespan, work organizations cultures and policies,
and national culture influence the way professionals
manage their roles across the work and family domains.
Contributors: A.S. Ahmad, A.J. Anderson, J.K. Andreassi,
A.B. Bakker, B.B. Baltes, A.A. Beiler, R. Burke, W.J. Casper,
N. Chesley, M.A. Clark, J.N. Cleveland, S.S. Culbertson,
S. De Hauw, E. Demerouti, A.M. Ellis, L.M. Fiksenbaum,
T.K. Frevert, J.H. Greenhaus, L.B. Hammer, K.M. Hannum, E.J. Hill,
A.H. Huffman, A. Kaduk, E.B. King, U. Kinnunen, D.A. Major,
A.D. Masuda, R.A. Matthews, S. Mauno, J. McCarthy, J.S. Michel,
P. Moen, V.J. Morganson, H.M. Morrison, A. Ollier-Malaterre,
J. Rantanen, A. Rusconi, A.I. Sanz-Vergel, N. Sarkisian,
K.M. Shockley, A. Siibak, S. Stawiski, L.L. ten Brummelhuis,
C.A. Thompson, S.E. Van Dyck, J. Wajcman, J.H. Wayne,
K.T. Wynne

2013 416 pp Hardback 978 1 78100 928 4 130.00


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Voice and Whistleblowing in Organizations


Overcoming Fear, Fostering Courage and Unleashing Candour
Edited by Ronald J. Burke, York University, Canada and Cary L. Cooper CBE,
Lancaster University, UK
Employees in organizations face countless daily situations in which they make a choice to speak
up, exercise voice, or remain silent. Too many choose to remain silent. Others only tell supervisors
what they want to hear, becoming yes men and women. Expressing ones voice increases
individual health and well-being and enhances learning, quality and timeliness of decision making,
work engagement, and ultimately team and organizational success. This volume, containing
chapters by international researchers, examines the causes and consequences of exercising voice
and ways individuals and organizations can support voice in the workplace.
2013 392 pp Hardback 978 1 78100 591 0 95.00
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Business & Management
Catalogue

The Development of Human


Resource Management
Across Nations

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Unity and Diversity


Edited by Bruce E. Kaufman, Georgia State
University, US and Griffith University, Brisbane,
Australia
This is an excellent book. Bruce Kaufman, in his ever
thoughtful way, has not just analyzed the history of the
development of HRM, but assembled 17 chapters in
which world-class local experts report on that history
in their own country. The book is full of fascinating
information, stories and analysis and will be a
touchstone text for everyone wanting to break out of the
usual narrow ethnocentric view that often afflicts studies
of HRM.
Chris Brewster, University of Reading, UK
This innovative book describes the historical
development of human resource management (HRM)
in seventeen countries around the world. The chapters,
written by national experts, describe the origin of HRM
in the late 19th early 20th century and its evolution
and development as a business practice to the present
day.
Offering a comprehensive cross-disciplinary perspective,
the chapters discuss the economic, political and social
factors that shaped HRM in each country, including the
role of national labor movements and labor law regimes.
July 2014 c 512 pp
Hardback 978 0 85793 298 3 c 110.00
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NEW

Women in STEM Careers


International Perspectives on Increasing
Workforce Participation, Advancement and
Leadership
Edited by Diana Bilimoria, Case Western Reserve
University, US and Linley Lord, Curtin University,
Australia
Adopting an international perspective, this book
draws on current research from the United States,
Australia and Europe examining womens participation,
advancement and leadership in STEM fields. The book
explores the nature of STEM careers across industry
and the academia, and presents the latest thinking on
successful individual, organisational and educational
initiatives related to women in STEM. An invaluable
resource for scholars, practitioners and policy-makers
in organisations and government, as well as for women
aspiring to or presently working in STEM fields.
Oct 2014 c 224 pp
Hardback 978 1 78195 406 5 c 70.00
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NEW

International Handbook on Diversity Management at Work


Second Edition
Country and Thematic Perspectives on Diversity and Equal Treatment
Edited by Alain Klarsfeld, University of Toulouse, France, Lize A.E. Booysen, Antioch University, US, Eddy Ng,
Dalhousie University, Canada, Ian Roper, Middlesex University Business School and Ahu Tatli, Queen Mary,
University of London, UK
Managing and developing diversity is on the political and business agenda in many countries; therefore diversity
management has become an area of knowledge and practice in its own right. Yet all too often it is referred to as a unifying
concept, as if it were to be interpreted uniformly across all cultures and countries. The contributors to this volume expertly
examine the relationship between diversity management and equality legislation within the different participating
countries national contexts. They advocate that such separation and sequencing between equality at work and diversity
management is far from natural.
Contributors include: I. Adeleye, D. Atewologun, A.-F. Bender, R. Bendl, I. Bleijenbergh, E. Bokovikova, L.A.E. Booysen, J. Burgess, F. Colgan,
E. French, R. Haq, R. Hofmann, A. Klarsfeld, S. Kosheleva, J. Laufer, J. Louvrier, O. Matanmi, A. McKearney, A. Murgia, E. Ng, S. Nkomo,
B. Poggio, J. Pringle, K. Ravenswood, I. Roper, I. Ryan, R. Schalk, G. Strachan, A. Tatli, A. Terlouw, D.-G. Tremblay, A. Tuori, M. van Engen,
E. Zavyalova

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Corporate Social Responsibility and


Human Resource Management
A Diversity Perspective
Edited by Mine Karatas-zkan, University of
Southampton, Katerina Nicolopoulou, University
of Strathclyde and Mustafa F. zbilgin, Brunel
University, UK
Bringing together a range of international authors and
providing both conceptual and empirical contributions
to the study of the intersection of Corporate Social
Responsibility (CSR) and Human Resource Management
(HRM), this book is essential reading for scholars and
practitioners in both fields. The chapters demonstrate
that although the two areas have not previously been
strongly linked in research or practice, there is indeed
significant overlap. The chapters show how to build more
effective links, giving both practical recommendations and
developing new theoretical insights.
Fiona Lettice, University of East Anglia, UK
Including both theoretical and empirical chapters, the
contributors explore how global organisations with a
global workforce could develop concrete activities to
leverage their HRM strategies and diversity management
in collaboration with stakeholders within their community.
They share their knowledge of the management process
involved in mainstreaming diversity through effective
design and implementation of CSR programmes in
organisations.

The Innovation
Imperative in Health
Care Organisations
Critical Role of Human
Resource Management
in the Cost, Quality and
Productivity Equation
Edited by Peter Spurgeon,
University of Warwick,
UK, Ronald J. Burke, York
University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada and
Cary L. Cooper CBE, Lancaster University, UK
Health systems in the western world face increasingly
intense pressure to contain or reduce costs, while
countries such as China and India move towards systems
of universal coverage. The contributors illustrate that
radical gains in efficiency and innovative practice are
required internationally in health care systems. They
argue that the high proportion of health care system costs
invested in staffing place the human resource function
at the forefront of meeting this challenge. Sustained
system change and productivity gains, more effective
management of staff and work climate are essential
elements of reform and are all covered in this book.
2012 296 pp Hardback 978 1 84980 984 9 70.00
Elgaronline 978 1 84980 985 6
New Horizons in Management series

June 2014 c 384 pp


Hardback 978 1 84844 793 6 c 90.00
Elgaronline 978 1 78347 636 7

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HRM

The International
Handbook of Labour
Unions

Multinational
Human Resource
Management and
the Law

Responses to
Neo-Liberalism

Common Workplace
Problems in Different
Legal Environments

Edited by Gregor Gall,


University of Bradford, UK,
Adrian Wilkinson, Griffith
University, Australia and
Richard Hurd, Cornell
University, US

Matthew W. Finkin and


Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld,
University of Illinois, US with Takashi Araki,
University of Tokyo, Japan, Philipp Fischinger,
Universitt Regensburg, Germany,
Roberto Fragale Filho, Universidade Federal
Fluminense, Brazil, Andrew Stewart, University
of Adelaide, Australia and Bernd Waas, Johann
Wolfgang Goethe University, Germany

Gall, Wilkinson, and Hurd have produced an impressive


collection of scholarly essays on labours responses to
neoliberalism. The International Handbook of Labour
Unions provides policymakers, analysts, academics,
researchers, and advanced students a compelling
framework and key insights in identifying the dilemmas
facing labour in the ages of globalisation.
Edward Webster, University
of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Contributors: S. Ashwin, M. Atzeni, J. Bailey, D. Beale, B. Bruno,
D.-o. Chang, S. Contrepois, F.L. Cooke, P. Dibben, H. Dribbusch,
B. Fletcher Jr., G. Gall, P. Ghigliani, R. Hurd, J. Kelly, J. McIlroy,
R. Munck, E. Noronha, D. Peetz, T. Schulten, R.L. Trumka,
L. Turner, A. Wilkinson, G. Wood

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Multinational corporations face considerable complexity


in setting the terms and conditions of employment.
Differing national laws prevent firms from developing
consistent sets of employment policies, but, at the same
time, employees are often expected to work closely
with colleagues located in many different countries and
seek comparable treatment. This critical volume offers a
comprehensive analysis of how these contradictory issues
are dealt with in five countries Australia, Brazil, Germany,
Japan and the United States.
2013 448 pp Hardback 978 1 78100 411 1 100.00
Elgaronline 978 1 78100 412 8

Managing Intensity and Play at Work


Transient Relationships
Niels kerstrm Andersen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
This book treats seriously one of the fundamental trends characterizing contemporary institutions
namely, the inability to establish a ground from which purpose and direction can be defined.
It questions the core trope of permanent change and exposes its emptiness in a thorough and
considered manner which enriches the way we question organizational orders.
Bogdan Costea, Lancaster University, UK
What does it mean to organize when the only established premise is that everything is transient?
How is it possible for an organization to manage expectations based on the expectation of the
unexpected?
In this thought-provoking book Niels kerstrm Andersen uses a unique combination of deconstruction, systems theory
and discourse theory to critically discuss topics such as the management of feelings, partnerships as second order promises,
and worklife balance as an immune defense against over-socialized employees. He assesses the parallels between layoffs
in intimate organizations and modern professional divorce discourses, and explores the dichotomy of double-bounded
management commanding both do as I say and be autonomous. In so doing, Professor Andersen encourages the reader
to look at relationships in the workplace in new ways.
2013 288 pp Hardback 978 1 78254 595 8 80.00
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Handbook of
Research on
Comparative
Human Resource
Management
Edited by Chris Brewster,
University of Reading, UK
and Wolfgang Mayrhofer,
WU Wien (Vienna
University of Economics and Business), Austria
Global HR practices are of incredible interest to scholars
and practitioners. Brewster and Mayrhofer have done
a masterful job selecting and organizing 26 incredible
chapters on how to conceive, study, and practice HRM
in diverse global settings. The compendium is thoughtful
and thorough with integrated theoretical perspectives
and unique insights on each major global region. It is an
invaluable source book for those interested in global HR.
Dave Ulrich, University of Michigan, US
Contributors: P. Almond, C. Bischoff, M.J. Belizn Cebada,
T. Bondarouk, P. Boselie, A. Bos-Nehles, P. Boxall, J. Brandl,
C. Brewster, P. Budhwar, D.G. Collings, N. Collins, G.M. Combs,
F. Dany, A. Davila, P. Debroux, P.J. Dowling, I. Ehnert, M.M. Elvira,
A.D. Engle Sr., E. Farndale, M. Festing, S. Frenkel, B. Gerhart,
M.C. Gonzalez, W. Harry, S. Hayashi, J.H. Heh, N. Heraty,
S.E. Jackson, K. Jackson, T. Kiyomiya, A. Klarsfeld, M. Lazarova,
Y.-t. Lee, D. Lepak, C. Mabey, W. Mayrhofer, K. Mellahi,
S. Michailova, D. Minbaeva, M.J. Morley, W. Nienhser,
I. Nikandrou, J. Paauwe, L. Panayotopoulou, T. Peltonen,
A. Pendleton, E. Poutsma, A. Psychogios, J. Quintanilla,
M. Ramrez, B.S. Reiche, H.J.M. Rul, I. Sahakiants, R.S. Schuler,
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Handbook of
Research in
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Human Resource
Management,
Second Edition
Edited by Gnter K. Stahl,
Vienna University of
Economics and Business,
Austria and INSEAD,
France and Singapore, Ingmar Bjrkman, Aalto
University School of Economics, Finland and
Shad Morris, The Ohio State University, US
The second edition of this Handbook provides up-to-date
insight into ground-breaking research on international
human resource issues today. These issues are faced by
multinational companies which can be as small as one
person with a computer and Internet connection or as
large as a medium-sized country.
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P. Stiles, L. Stirpe, I. Tarique, D.C. Thomas, S. Tietze, P.M. Wright,
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International Perspectives on the Millennial Generation
Edited by Eddy S. Ng, Dalhousie University, Sean Lyons, University of Guelph and
Linda Schweitzer, Carleton University, Canada
Shifting demographics around the world have created a unique historical phenomenon in which a
large cohort of employees (i.e., post-war Baby Boomers) are nearing retirement, and a new cadre
of younger workers are being recruited to replace them. These twenty-something year-olds, often
referred to as Gen Y or Millennials, represent the workforce of the future and come with their
own set of expectations, demands, and work habits. The contributors to this volume documents
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Research Handbook on the Future


of Work and Employment Relations
Edited by Keith Townsend and Adrian Wilkinson,
Griffith University, Australia
The broad field of employment relations is diverse
and complex and is under constant development
and reinvention. This Research Handbook discusses
fundamental theories and approaches to work and
employment relations, and their connection to broader
political and societal changes occurring throughout the
world. It provides comprehensive coverage of work and
employment relations theory and practice.
Contributors: B. Abbott, P. Ackers, P. Auer, M. Barry, H. Bauder,
S. Bolton, S. Brammer, J. Burgess, K. Chatani, I. Clark,
J. Coyle-Shapiro, R.K. Dhensa, M. Dowling, A. Fearfull, E. French,
G. Gall, L. Golden, J. Hassard, E. Heery, J.R. Henly, J. Heyes,
B.E. Kaufman, S.J. Lambert, T. Lusis, S. Lyon, L. McCann,
E.P. McDermott, J. Morris, F. Rosati, G. Strachan, K. Townsend,
B. Wiens-Tuers, A. Wilkinson, S. Williams, G. Wood

2011 432 pp Hardback 978 1 84844 846 9 134.00


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Handbook of
Intuition Research
Edited by Marta Sinclair,
Griffith University, Australia
This groundbreaking
interdisciplinary Handbook
showcases the latest intuition
research, providing an integrated
framework that reconciles
opposing views on what intuition
is and how it works. The internationally renowned group
of contributors explores different facets of the intuiting
process and its outcome, the role of consciousness and
affect in intuition, and alternate ways of capturing it.
They tackle the function of intuition in expertise, strategy,
entrepreneurship, and ethics and outline intuitive
decision-making in the legal profession, medicine, film
and wine industry, and teaching. The Handbook pushes
the boundaries of our current understanding by exploring
the possibility of non-local intuition based on the
principles of quantum holography and investigating new
techniques for developing intuitive skills.
Contributors: A. Antonietti, B.T. Bakken, C. Betsch, R.T. Bradley,
L.A. Burke, J.-F. Coget, E. Dane, A. Dijksterhuis, W. Duggan,
I.D. Ebert, S. Epstein, A. Glckner, B. Graf, L.K. Gundry, J.R. Guzak,
T. Haerem, M.B. Hargrove, C. Harteis, G.P. Hodgkinson, P. Iannello,
K.-P. Ittner, J.R. Kickul, G. Klein, C. Kugler, C. Kuhnle, J. Langan-Fox,
M. Mason, B. Morgenthaler, J.E. Pretz, D. Radin, G. Roth,
E. Sadler-Smith, M. Sinclair, M. Strick, D.E. Tomasino, V. Vranic

2011 296 pp Hardback 978 1 84844 888 9 114.00


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Branded Lives
The Production and
Consumption of
Meaning at Work
Edited by
Matthew J. Brannan,
Elizabeth Parsons, Keele
University and
Vincenza Priola, Aston
University, UK
Branded Lives explodes the myth that a brand must,
or even can stand for one unified, easily communicated
message. While warning of the dangers of managing to
preserve this myth, the book also celebrates the plurality
of brand meanings generated by those employed to serve
both the brand and the customer. I recommend reading
this book in its entirety. If you are like me, your reading
will bring a refreshing fullness to the experience of brands
and branding and many new insights.
Mary Jo Hatch, University of Virginia, US
2011 224 pp Hardback 978 1 84980 092 1 67.00
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Research Handbook of Comparative


Employment Relations
Edited by Michael Barry and Adrian Wilkinson,
Griffith University, Australia
Besides a well-written introduction by the two editors,
the book presents seventeen other chapters, some by
well-known writers on the subject or related social
sciences. . . This is a substantial resource book for
scholars and students of comparative ER, especially for
those who look towards the evolution of ER in the new
economic world that is in formation, and in a comparative
perspective. . . the book contains intellectually stimulating
analyses of employee relations realities across the globe
. . . Scholars belonging to different disciplinary
perspectives, from which ER has been studied in the
past, will also find in it a good reference material of
comparative analyses. . . The publishers too deserve
accolades for their professionalism and first rate copyediting and production.
Debi S. Saini, Vision the
Journal of Business Perspectives
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F.L. Cooke, S. Cooney, T. Dundon, F. Durn-Palma, I. Forstenlechner,
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T. Jackson, E. Jung, B.E. Kaufman, J. Kelly, M. Keune, J. Lavelle,
K. Mellahi, R. Mitchell, P. Pochet, T. Royle, S. Slinn, K. Vandaele,
N. Wailes, A. Wilkinson, G. Wood, S. Zagelmeyer

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Cross-Cultural Management
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Culture and Negotiated Meanings
Edited by Henriett Primecz, Corvinus University
of Budapest, Hungary, Laurence Romani,
Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden and
Sonja Sackmann, University of Bw Munich,
Germany
This is a very good book and a major contribution to the
literature on cross-cultural interaction.
Roger Bell, Dialogin
The Delta Intercultural Academy
Cross-Cultural Management in Practice is a powerful
pick for any college-level business holding and considers
the diversity of cultures around the world and how
various management scenarios evolve from the
transfer of business management techniques across
these cultures. It analyzes the dynamics of intercultural
business interactions, is based on findings provided
in cases from Europe, Asia, North Africa, the US and
Latin America, and offers many eye-opening cases. . .
The result is a powerful survey that business managers
working in an international arena will find a must
reference.
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Human Resource
Management in the
Nonprofit Sector
Passion, Purpose and
Professionalism
Edited by Ronald J. Burke,
York University, Canada
and Cary L. Cooper CBE,
Lancaster University, UK
This volume addresses several important topics that
influence HRM in the nonprofit sector. By providing rich
context and linking research to practice, it creates a
foundation for those interested in advancing the art and
science of human resources in voluntary organizations.
Gary R. Kirk, Virginia Tech, US
This impressive book assembles the latest research
findings and thinking on the management of voluntary/
nonprofit sector organizations and the effective
utilization of both paid staff and volunteers. The authors
expertly look into the challenges faced by this sector
and the growing role that it plays in society. They review
HRM in the voluntary sector and discuss the challenges
of bringing about best practices, as well as suggesting
how to improve leadership of voluntary/nonprofit
organizations.

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Achieving Peak Performance


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Cooper and Burke have provided us with fifteen excellent
chapters that help fill our knowledge gap regarding
the role of human resource management policies and
practices in small- and medium-sized enterprises. Cooper
and Burke provide an excellent overview chapter that
describes the need, importance and scope of the topic
and this is followed by fourteen well-orchestrated
chapters contributed by international experts. This is a
superb book for graduate and undergraduate students
in human resource management worldwide, most of
whom will end up working in small- and medium-sized
enterprises.
Randall S. Schuler, Rutgers University, US
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An impressive collection of
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topics in public sector human resource management,
provided by both well-established experts and up-andcoming scholars who are becoming leaders in the field.
A valuable resource for courses on the topic and an
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Philosophies of
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Psychological
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The Handbook of
Research on Top
Management Teams
Edited by the late
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2011 456 pp Hardback
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Title Index
B

Handbook of WorkLife Integration Among Professionals........ 10

Branded Lives............................................................................... 15

How Can HR Drive Growth?...........................................................9

C
Collective Knowledge Management..............................................3
Competing Values Leadership, Second Edition.............................2
Contemporary Issues in Management...........................................2

Human Resource Management in Small Business..................... 16


Human Resource Management in the Nonprofit Sector........... 16
Human Resource Management in the Public Sector................. 16

Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Resource


Management.............................................................. 12

Innovation Imperative in Health Care Organisations................. 12

Cross-Cultural Management in Practice..................................... 16

International Handbook on Diversity Management


at Work Second Edition............................................. 11

D
Development of Human Resource
Management Across Nations.................................... 11

E
Economics of Organisation and Bureaucracy................................8
Emotions and Consumption Behaviour.........................................7

International Handbook of Labour Unions................................. 12

International Handbook on Whistleblowing Research..................9


International Management............................................................2

M
Management and Happiness.........................................................6
Managing Intensity and Play at Work......................................... 14
Managing Organizational Behavior................................................2
Managing the New Workforce.................................................... 14

Fact and Fantasy about Leadership................................................8

Minorities in Entrepreneurship......................................................9

Multinational Human Resource Management and the Law...... 13

Gender and the Dysfunctional Workplace................................. 17

Gender in Organizations.................................................................4

Philosophies of Organizational Change...................................... 17

Getting Women on to Corporate Boards.......................................5

Proactive Personality and Behavior for Individual and


Organizational Productivity..........................................5

H
Handbook of Chinese Organizational Behavior.............................9
Handbook of Conflict Management Research..............................3
Handbook of Intuition Research................................................. 15
Handbook of Organizational and Entrepreneurial Ingenuity........4

Psychological Ownership and the Organizational Context......... 17


Psychology of the Recession on the Workplace............................7

R
Research Companion to Ethical Behavior in Organizations..........4

Handbook of Organizational and Managerial Innovation.............8

Research Handbook of Comparative Employment Relations.... 15

Handbook of Research on Employee Voice................................ 11

Research Handbook on the Future of Work and Employment


Relations..................................................................... 15

Handbook of Research in International Human


Resource Management.............................................. 14

Rhetoric and the Politics of Workplace Innovation.......................6

Handbook of Research Methods on Intuition...............................3

Handbook of Research on Comparative Human Resource


Management.............................................................. 14

Sport Management .......................................................................6

Handbook of Research on Crisis Leadership in Organizations......6

Handbook of Research on Employee Voice................................ 10

Voice and Whistleblowing in Organizations............................... 10

Handbook of Research on Mergers and Acquisitions...................8

Handbook of Research on Negotiation..........................................7


Handbook of Research on Promoting Womens Careers..............5

Women in STEM Careers............................................................. 11

Handbook of Research on Sport and Business..............................7


Handbook of Research on Top Management Teams.................. 17

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Adair, Wendi L. ....................................... 7


Agle, Bradley R. ...................................... 4
Andersen, Niels kerstrm .................. 14
Antoniou, Alexander-Stamatios G. ........ 7
Araki, Takashi ....................................... 13
Ashkanasy, Neal M. ................................ 3
Ayoko, Oluremi B. .................................. 3

Hamilton, Lindsay .................................. 2


Hansen, Katrin ....................................... 5
Hart, David W. ........................................ 4
Hendricks, Hilary M. .............................. 4
Honig, Benson ........................................ 4
Horaguchi, Haruo H. .............................. 3
Hurd, Richard ....................................... 12
Huse, Morten ......................................... 5

B
Barry, Michael ...................................... 15
Beirne, Martin ........................................ 6
Bilimoria, Diana .................................... 11
Bjrkman, Ingmar ................................ 14
Blake-Beard, Stacy ................................. 5
Bond, Michael Harris ............................. 9
Booysen, Lize A.E. ................................ 11
Brannan, Matthew J. ............................ 15
Brewster, Chris ..................................... 14
Brogi, Marina ......................................... 5
Brown, A.J. ............................................. 9
Burke, Ronald J. ................4, 5, 10, 12, 16

C
Cameron, Kim S. ..................................... 2
Carpenter, Mason A. ............................ 17
Cooper, Cary L. .............6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 16
Cunningham, George B. ........................ 6

D
Davidson, Marilyn J. ............................... 9
Degraff, Jeff ............................................ 2
Dehlin, Erlend ........................................ 8
Dolles, Harald ......................................... 7
Donaghey, Jimmy ................................. 10
Drori, Israel ............................................. 4
DuBrin, Andrew J. .............................. 5, 6
Dundon, Tony ....................................... 10

F
Fielden, Sandra L. ................................... 9
Finkin, Matthew W. .............................. 13
Fischinger, Philipp................................ 13
Fox, Suzy .............................................. 17
Fragale Filho, Roberto .......................... 13
Freeman, Richard ................................ 10

G
Gall, Gregor .......................................... 12
Gooderham, Paul N. .............................. 2
Grgaard, Birgitte ................................... 2

J
Jackson, Peter M. ................................... 8
Jehn, Karen A. ........................................ 3
Jussila, Iiro ............................................ 17

Pitsis, Tyrone S. ...................................... 8


Popper, Micha ........................................ 8
Primecz, Henriett ................................. 16
Priola, Vincenza .................................... 15

Q
Quinn, Robert E. .................................... 2

R
Robertson, Ivan T. .................................. 6
Romani, Laurence ................................ 16
Roper, Ian ............................................. 11

Lampel, Joseph ...................................... 4


Lewis, David ........................................... 9
Lituchy, Terri R. ..................................... 17
Lord, Linley ........................................... 11
Lyons, Sean.......................................... 14

Sackmann, Sonja .................................. 16


Saridakis, George ................................... 9
Schweitzer, Linda ................................. 14
Simpson, Ace .......................................... 8
Sinclair, Marta .................................. 3, 15
Smith, Aaron C.T. ................................... 17
Sderman, Sten ..................................... 7
Soscia, Isabella ....................................... 7
Spurgeon, Peter ................................... 12
Stahl, Gnter K. .................................... 14
Stewart, Andrew .................................. 13
Sutherland, Fiona M. ........................... 17

Machold, Silke ........................................ 5


Major, Debra A. ................................ 4, 10
Mangan, Anita ........................................ 2
Mayrhofer, Wolfgang ........................... 14
Mitchell, Laura ....................................... 2
Moberly, Richard E. ................................ 9
Moore, Lynda L. ..................................... 5
Morris, Shad ......................................... 14

Tatli, Ahu .............................................. 11


Thakor, Anjan V. ..................................... 2
Thompson, Jeffery A. ............................. 4
Tosi, Henry ............................................. 2
Townsend, Keith ................................... 15

K
Karatas-zkan, Mine ............................ 12
Kaufman, Bruce E. ............................... 11
Klarsfeld, Alain ...................................... 11

N
Ng, Eddy S. ........................................... 14
Nicolopoulou, Katerina ........................ 12
Noblet, Andrew J. ................................ 16
Nordhaug, Odd ...................................... 2

O
Olekalns, Mara ....................................... 7
zbilgin, Mustafa F. .............................. 12

V
Vandekerckhove, Wim ........................... 9
Vinnicombe, Susan ................................ 5

W
Waas, Bernd ......................................... 13
Weber, Yaakov ........................................ 8
Wilkinson, Adrian ...........................10, 15
Wood, Glenice J. .................................... 9

X
Xu , Huang .............................................. 9

P
Parsons, Elizabeth ................................ 15
Pierce, Jon L. ........................................ 17
Pilati, Massimo ....................................... 2

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Marston Book Services Limited


160 Eastern Avenue
Milton Park, Abingdon
Oxon OX14 4SB UK
Tel: +44 1235 465500
Fax: +44 1235 465555
direct.order@marston.co.uk
www.marston.co.uk

Edward Elgar Publishing Limited


The Lypiatts, 15 Lansdown Road
Cheltenham Glos GL50 2JA UK
Tel: +44 1242 226934
Fax: +44 1242 262111
info@e-elgar.co.uk
www.e-elgar.com

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