Paul Boselie
Paul Boselie
Professor in Public Administration & Organization Science, Utrecht University School of Governance
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Commonalities and contradictions in HRM and performance research
P Boselie, G Dietz, C Boon
Human resource management journal 15 (3), 67-94, 2005
19362005
HRM and performance: what next?
J Paauwe, P Boselie
Human resource management journal 15 (4), 68-83, 2005
6462005
Performance management: A model and research agenda
DN Den Hartog, P Boselie, J Paauwe
Applied psychology 53 (4), 556-569, 2004
5272004
Challenging ‘strategic HRM’and the relevance of the institutional setting
J Paauwe, P Boselie
Human Resource Management Journal 13 (3), 56-70, 2003
5152003
Human resource management and performance: lessons from the Netherlands
P Boselie, J Paauwe, P Jansen
The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2001
4672001
The relationship between perceptions of HR practices and employee outcomes: examining the role of person–organisation and person–job fit
C Boon, DN Den Hartog, P Boselie, J Paauwe
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (01), 138-162, 2011
3622011
Strategic human resource management: A Balanced Approach. 2nd Edition.
P Boselie
Tata McGraw-Hill, 2014
361*2014
Strategic human resource management: A balanced approach
P Boselie
Text Book: Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2010
361*2010
A review of talent management:‘infancy or adolescence?’
M Thunnissen, P Boselie, B Fruytier
The international journal of human resource management 24 (9), 1744-1761, 2013
2772013
Talent management and the relevance of context: Towards a pluralistic approach
M Thunnissen, P Boselie, B Fruytier
Human Resource Management Review 23 (4), 326-336, 2013
2552013
Employee perceptions of HRM and TQM, and the effects on satisfaction and intention to leave
P Boselie, T van der Wiele
Managing Service Quality: An International Journal 12 (3), 165-172, 2002
2472002
Empirical evidence for the relationship between customer satisfaction and business performance
T Van Der Wiele, P Boselie, M Hesselink
Managing Service Quality: An International Journal 12 (3), 184-193, 2002
2332002
Human resource function competencies in European companies
P Boselie, J Paauwe
Personnel review 34 (5), 550-566, 2005
2182005
Human resource management, institutionalization and organizational performance: a comparison of hospitals, hotels and local government
P Boselie, J Paauwe, R Richardson
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 14 (8), 1407-1429, 2003
1792003
Back to the future: Implications for the field of HRM of the multistakeholder perspective proposed 30 years ago
M Beer, P Boselie, C Brewster
Human Resource Management 54 (3), 427-438, 2015
1612015
Institutional pressures and HRM: developing institutional fit
C Boon, J Paauwe, P Boselie, D Den Hartog
Personnel Review 38 (5), 492-508, 2009
1592009
The lack of impact of dissensus inspired analysis on developments in the field of human resource management
A Keegan, P Boselie
Journal of Management Studies 43 (7), 1491-1511, 2006
1592006
High performance work practices in the health care sector: a Dutch case study
P Boselie
International Journal of Manpower 31 (1), 42-58, 2010
1532010
‘Best practices… in spite of performance’: just a matter of imitation?
J Paauwe, P Boselie
The International Journal of Human Resource Management Group 16 (6), 987-1003, 2005
1502005
In search of balance–managing the dualities of HRM: an overview of the issues
P Boselie, C Brewster, J Paauwe
Personnel Review 38 (5), 461-471, 2009
1432009
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