VARIETIES OF CAPITALISM, NATIONAL BUSINESS SYSTEM THEORY), CRITICALLY EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (E.G., EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM, LABOR REGULATIONS) ON HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES.

VARIETIES OF CAPITALISM, NATIONAL BUSINESS In their book entitled: “Converging Divergences: Worldwide Changes in Employment Systems”, Katz and Darbishire (2000) concluded that while the variation in employment patterns is increasing within countries, evidence suggests that there is much commonality across countries in the nature of that variation and also similarity in the processes through which variation is appearing. With reference to the theories you’ve learned in the International Human Resource Management module (e.g., Varieties of Capitalism, National business system theory), critically evaluate the impact of national institutions (e.g., educational system, labor regulations) on human resource management practices in different countries.
Key Marking criteria will include:
– Knowledge and understanding of the subject area: The assignment contains all information required. Evidence of relevant reading, use and understanding of suitable literature, and accuracy of work.
– Structure of work: Ability to identify key issues raised by the question and make use of appropriate material to answer them.
– Level of critical and analytical ability: Capacity to select and analyse relevant information, develop arguments and reach appropriate conclusions, level of originality of thought.
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[Main Assignment] The maximum word limit for the main assignment (excluding references, tables, contents page, footnotes, charts, graphs, figures) is 2500 words. The word count must be stated in the assignment cover sheet.
Does your coursework require any of the following?SYSTEM THEORY), CRITICALLY EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (E.G., EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM, LABOR REGULATIONS) ON HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES.

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