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Nyambegera, S., Sparrow, P.R. & Daniels, K. (2000). The impact of cultural value orientations on individual HRM preferences in developing countries: lessons from Kenyan organisations, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 11 (4): 639-663.

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Sparrow, P.R. (1999). Strategy and cognition: understanding the role of management knowledge structures, organizational memory and information overload, Creativity and Innovation Management, 8 (2): 140-148.

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Budwhar, P. & Sparrow, P. (1998). National factors determining Indian and British HRM practices: an empirical study. Management International Review, 38 (1998/2), 105-121.

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Sparrow, P.R. & Wu, P.C. (1998). How much do national value orientations really matter? Predicting HRM preferences of Taiwanese employees, Employee Relations: the International

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Sparrow, P.R. (1998). The pursuit of multiple and parallel organizational flexibilities: reconstituting jobs, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 7 (1): 79-95.

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Zimmermann, A., Holman, D. & Sparrow, P.R. (2003) Unravelling adjustment mechanisms: Adjustment of German Expatriates to Intercultural Interactions, Work, and Living Conditions in the People’s Republic of China, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 3 (1),

contracting:

cognitive Revista de

psychological

psychology: unravelling important individual and organizational competencies. Psicologia del Trabajo y de Las Organizaciones,18 (2), 131-156.

Journal, 20 (1): 26-56 Sparrow, P.R. (1998).

Re-appraising

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learning

organizational

management,

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P.R.

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Knowledge

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