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Theorizing the Diffusion of International Human Resource Practices: Towards an Integrated Conceptual Approach
International Journal of Business and Management
With the increasing globalization of the world economy and the rapid diffusion of international management practices, a vast literature has emerged on how and why some of these practices are adopted or rejected by firms. A central issue in this body of literature is whether firms' adoption of management practices is triggered by a need to improve corporate performance (rationalism) or necessitated by institutional factors and constraints (institutionalism). This review of rationalist anddoi:10.5539/ijbm.v6n12p254 fatcat:to422hoy5vhpvambvqdznzhrki