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  1. Special Issue: Managing People, Markets, and Businesses in the New India
  2. Focal firms and interorganisational relationships in small economies: Towards a multi-level theoretical framework for enhancing value co-creation and performance
  3. Home country and firm-specific advantage influences on HRM replication versus adaptation in EMNEs operating in advanced economies: A qualitative comparative analysis
  4. Artificial intelligence and performance management
  5. Mind your language: an empirical investigation into the role of language in Indian expatriate professionals’ adjustment abroad
  6. Mental health and expatriate psychological adjustment post-COVID: towards a new framework
  7. AI-Augmented HRM: Literature review and a proposed multilevel framework for future research
  8. Public service leadership: follower interpersonal communication satisfaction in transformational leadership and growth satisfaction, job stress and burnout
  9. Innovative work behavior driving Indian startups go global – the role of authentic leadership and readiness for change
  10. ‘Demanding, Yet Invigorating’: Exploring Job Demands and Resources of Volunteering Jobs in Humanitarian and Spiritual Indian NGOs
  11. Dan, S., Ivana, D., Zaharie, M., Metz, D., & Dragan, M. (2021). Digital talent management: Insights from the information technology and communication industry. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 978–3–030‐76,750‐1. doi: 10.1007/978‐3‐030‐76750‐1
  12. Are Reshoring Decisions Influenced by External Stakeholders and Country‐Level Environmental Regulation?
  13. Teleworking: role of psychological well-being and technostress in the relationship between trust in management and employee performance
  14. Digital consumption and socio-normative vulnerability
  15. Managerial religiosity, attitudes towards women as managers and supportive HR practices
  16. The Role of Language in Expatriate Professionals’ Work-Life Balance
  17. Wind of change brought by COVID ‐19: Exploring the response and the new normal from the perspectives of Indian flexpatriates
  18. The challenges for macro talent management in the mature emerging market of South Korea: A review and research agenda
  19. A multi-stakeholder ethical framework for AI-augmented HRM
  20. Sustainable Development Goals and Ageing: Status, Challenges, and Strategies for Policy Implications for India
  21. I-deals as a Human Resource Initiative: Exciting Innovation or Passing Fad?
  22. Introduction to International Human Resource Management and Development in Emerging Market Multinationals
  23. International HRM and Development in Emerging Market Multinationals
  24. Home and Host Country Influence on the International Adaptation of HRM in Subsidiaries of EMNEs in Advanced Economies: A Literature Review and Future Research Agenda
  25. The international training of expatriates in Western subsidiaries of emerging multinational enterprises: A knowledge-based perspective
  26. The Application of the Principles of Responsible AI on Social Media Marketing for Digital Health
  27. Delving into the dichotomous trajectory of Indian women flexpatriates: using the lens of JD-R theory
  28. Knowledge management, sharing and transfer in cross-national teams and the remote management of team members: the onsite-offshore phenomenon of service EMNEs
  29. The challenge of skilled expatriates from the Indian subcontinent losing intellectual capital in Australia: resolving the crisis of habitus
  30. India’s new education policy: a case of indigenous ingenuity contributing to the global knowledge economy?
  31. The effect of home country characteristics on the internationalization of EMNEs: The moderating role of knowledge stock
  32. Fostering Business Growth and Innovation Through Internationalization: The Interesting Illustration of the Indian IT Industry
  33. Perceptions of Indian managers on the impact of convergent technologies on work and resultant organisational performance in service industry
  34. Global staffing and control in emerging multinational corporations and their subsidiaries in developed countries
  35. Work-Readiness of Indian Graduates: A Multi-stakeholder Approach to Assess Competence Deficits and Causes, and Possible Solutions
  36. The transfer of HRM practices from emerging Indian IT MNEs to their subsidiaries in Australia: The MNE diamond model