From Industrial Relations to Human Resource Management

  • Charles G. Hanson

Abstract

In recent years the name of the academic discipline which covers the subject matter of this book has been changing from Industrial Relations (IR) to Human Resource Management (HRM). And in 1990 two new journals including the phrase Human Resource Management in their titles have been published.1

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References

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    The International Journal of Human Resource Management and the Human Resource Management Journal.Google Scholar
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    D. E. Guest, ‘Human Resource Management: its implications for industrial relations and trade unions’, in J. Storey (ed.), New Perspectives on Human Resource Management, Routledge, 1989, p. 46.Google Scholar
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    Ibid, p. 22.Google Scholar
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    Ibid, p. 199.Google Scholar
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    H. Fayol, General and Industrial Management Pitman, 1961, p. xii.Google Scholar
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    Ibid, p. xiv.Google Scholar

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© Charles G. Hanson 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles G. Hanson
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Newcastle upon TyneUK

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