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Michael Brookes
Michael Brookes
Professor of Work and Employment, University of Hertfordshire
Verified email at herts.ac.uk
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Similarity, isomorphism or duality? Recent survey evidence on the human resource management policies of multinational corporations
C Brewster, G Wood, M Brookes
British Journal of Management 19 (4), 320-342, 2008
3592008
Collective and individual voice: convergence in Europe?
C Brewster, R Croucher, G Wood, M Brookes
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 18 (7), 1246-1262, 2007
1882007
What determines the size of the HR function? A cross‐national analysis
C Brewster, G Wood, M Brookes, JV Ommeren
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2006
1502006
The institutional antecedents of the assignment of HRM responsibilities to line managers
C Brewster, M Brookes, PJ Gollan
Human Resource Management 54 (4), 577-597, 2015
1292015
The rise of post-bureaucracy: Theorists' fancy or organizational praxis?
P Johnson, G Wood, C Brewster, M Brookes
International sociology 24 (1), 37-61, 2009
1252009
Are works councils and joint consultative committees a threat to trade unions? A comparative analysis
C Brewster, G Wood, R Croucher, M Brookes
Economic and Industrial Democracy 28 (1), 49-77, 2007
1052007
A multilevel analysis of the use of individual pay-for-performance systems
P Gooderham, M Fenton-O’Creevy, R Croucher, M Brookes
Journal of Management 44 (4), 1479-1504, 2018
822018
Employee turnover, HRM and institutional contexts
R Croucher, G Wood, C Brewster, M Brookes
Economic and Industrial Democracy 33 (4), 605-620, 2012
822012
Measuring competing explanations of human resource management practices through the Cranet survey: Cultural versus institutional explanations
M Brookes, R Croucher, M Fenton-O'Creevy, P Gooderham
Human Resource Management Review 21 (1), 68-79, 2011
782011
Human resource management and the institutional perspective
G Wood, C Brewster, M Brookes
Routledge, 2014
572014
Social relations, firms and societies: a study of institutional embeddedness
M Brookes, C Brewster, G Wood
International Sociology 20 (4), 403-426, 2005
522005
Direct involvement, partnership and setting: A study in bounded diversity
C Brewster, M Brookes, P Johnson, G Wood
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (6), 795-809, 2014
452014
Context, strategy and financial participation: a comparative analysis
R Croucher, M Brookes, G Wood, C Brewster
Human Relations 63 (6), 835-855, 2010
432010
Non-standard working time: an international and comparative analysis
S Richbell, M Brookes, C Brewster, G Wood
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (04), 945-962, 2011
422011
Institutional legacies and HRM: similarities and differences in HRM practices in Portugal and Mozambique
P Dibben, C Brewster, M Brookes, R Cunha, E Webster, G Wood
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (18), 2519-2537, 2017
412017
Varieties of firm: Complementarity and bounded diversity
G Wood, R Croucher, C Brewster, DG Collings, M Brookes
Journal of Economic Issues 43 (1), 239-258, 2009
402009
Are MNCs norm entrepreneurs or followers? The changing relationship between host country institutions and MNC HRM practices
M Brookes, C Brewster, G Wood
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (12), 1690-1711, 2017
372017
Trade unions and democracy in South Africa: union organizational challenges and solidarities in a time of transformation
S Buhlungu, M Brookes, G Wood
British Journal of Industrial Relations 46 (3), 439-468, 2008
342008
International homogenization or the persistence of national practices? The remaking of industrial relations in Mozambique
E Webster, G Wood, M Brookes
Relations industrielles 61 (2), 247-270, 2006
312006
Legal origin and social solidarity: the continued relevance of Durkheim to comparative institutional analysis
P Johnson, M Brookes, G Wood, C Brewster
Sociology 51 (3), 646-665, 2017
302017
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