A comparative study of HRM practices in Asian socialist countries: China, Vietnam and North Korea

Collins, N 2011, 'A comparative study of HRM practices in Asian socialist countries: China, Vietnam and North Korea', in Julian Teicher (ed.) HRM in Vietnam: The Road to 'Best Practice' and Sustainable Business Development Conference, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, 11-12 July 2011, pp. 1-38.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title A comparative study of HRM practices in Asian socialist countries: China, Vietnam and North Korea
Author(s) Collins, N
Year 2011
Conference name HRM in Vietnam: The Road to Best Practice and Sustainable Business Development
Conference location Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
Conference dates 11-12 July 2011
Proceedings title HRM in Vietnam: The Road to 'Best Practice' and Sustainable Business Development Conference
Editor(s) Julian Teicher
Publisher RMIT
Place of publication Vietnam
Start page 1
End page 38
Total pages 38
Abstract This chapter attempts to examines the relationship between economic reform and changes in people-management in three Asian Socialist Economies, China and Vietnam, both in the transitional stage, as compared with North Korea which has yet to open itself up to the forces of globalization. We explore their comparable and contrasting experiences. Where applicable, the analysis examines the employment relations and HRM systems of the respective countries.
Subjects Human Resources Management
Keyword(s) China
economic reform
employee relations
human resource management
industrial relations
North Korea
Vietnam.
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