Strategy, HRM, and Performance: A Contextual ApproachDe (autor) Jaap Paauwe, Elaine Farndale
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Professor Jaap Paauwe is Professor of Human Resource Studies at Tilburg University, the Netherlands and Director of the People Management Centre. He has written and co-authored books on human resource management and published many articles in international refereed journals. In 2005 he joined Cornell University (USA) as a visiting fellow. In 2005 he received the Dutch HRM network Award for his book on HRM and Performance: Achieving Long Term Viability (OUP,June 2004). In 2012 he was listed 15th in the top 20 of most influential international thinkers in HR by the UK HR Magazine professional journal. Recently he edited together with David Guest and Patrick Wright the book: HRM and Performance: Achievements and Challenges (Wiley, 2013) with an overview of whathas been achieved in this area in the past 15-20 years and what challenges are still lying aheadElaine Farndale is Associate Professor in Human Resource Management at the School of Labor and Employment Relations, Pennsylvania State University (USA), where she is also Founder and Director of the Center for International Human Resource Studies. She is affiliated with the Department of Human Resource Studies at Tilburg University (Netherlands). Her widely-published research encompasses the broad field of strategic (international) human resource management. Elaine completed her PhD atCranfield School of Management (UK), and worked previously as an HR specialist for several years. She has also served as Co-Editor-in-Chief for Human Resource Management Journal, and Associate Editor for Human Resource Management and International Journal of Human ResourceManagement.