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    Title: A Systematic Framework for International Human Strategies
    Authors: Chen, Hai Ming;Chang, Che Cheng
    Keywords: MNEs;Taiwan enterprises;international situation;human strategy
    Date: 2015-12-31
    Issue Date: 2016-04-22 13:43:48 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: IOP Press
    Abstract: In this increasingly competitive era, internationalization strategy has adopted by firms and international human has been regarded as the essential factor that affects the operation of MNEs. Based on contingency theory and the induction method to analyze and collect data from the literature, this paper attempts to construct an International human strategies framework for
    different internationalization situations. Furthermore, we interviewed with related staffs in four Taiwan enterprises that adopted various International human strategies to correspond the four internationalization situations considered in this study.We hope this
    international human strategies framework will facilitate MNEs to create and maintain their competitive advantages.
    Relation: Human Systems Management 34(4), pp.249–261
    DOI: 10.3233/HSM-150838
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