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International Human Resources

Google Scholar Search on International Human Resources

This is the best database to search for this topic as it points to sources in Business Source Premier and our Emerald database. Citations are linked to our library's electronic resources via our "Find-It" service.  Note that you can change keywords and time ranges for different results.  For many typical searches, use keywords like hiring, supervision, human resources, industrial relations, unions, etc. and the name of the country or regions you are interested in such as France or Europe, or Japan or Asia. 

Google Book Search example

Google Web Search example

Library Catalog Search example

Remember to see what books are available in WorldCat:

Again, search your keywords and remember titles here are linked directly to our Inter
Library Loan service.

And two more databases should be covered as well:

Business Insights: Essentials

and

Lexis Nexis Academic

Use the power search option in Lexis and the Article Search in B&CRC to search for keywords. Again, like Google Scholar above, for many typical searches, use keywords like hiring, supervision, human resources, industrial relations, unions, etc. and the name of the country or regions you are interested in such as Spain or Europe, or China or Asia.

 

Last Update: November 25, 2013

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