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     2021 年度 後期  経済学部 経済学科(昼間コース) 日英区分 :日本語 
  
Human Resource Management in Japan and Asia
Human Resource Management
  
ナンバリング 科目分野
EB3019   経済学部専門科目
担当教員(ローマ字表記)
  Sung-Chul Noh [Sung-Chul, Noh]
対象学生 対象年次 単位数
  1~4 2
必修・指定選択・選択の別 曜日時限 教室
  火1〜2 経-B201
科目群 講義番号
  A04121
クラス指定  
 
他との関連(関連項目)  
EG3015. Comparative Studies of Management
EB2005. Introduction to Business Studies
EB3001. Employment Relationship
EB3008. International Industry
 
履修条件(授業に必要な既修得科目または前提知識)  

No pre-required course
 
テーマ・副題  
Micro HRM: Selection, Socialization and Compensation
Strategic HRM
International HRM
HRM in Korea and Japan
HRM in China and Vietnam
 
授業科目の到達目標  
1. To develop depth and breadth of theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of HRM
2. To become more observant and knowledgeable of the HRM practices of Asian firms and their implications, as well as broader employment and labor-related issues in the Asia
3. To develop a capacity to conduct cross-national comparisons in terms of multi-level factors that influence HRM policies and practices and analyze the key challenges facing HRM in Asian countries from diverse theoretical perspectives.
4. To lay the ground work (both empirically and theoretically) for your thesis.
5. To collaborate with diverse classmates to extend your knowledge of HR and develop research ideas
 
学科・専修等の学習・教育目標との関連  
 
授業キーワード  
Strategic HRM, International HRM, National Business System, Organizational Behavior
 
授業の内容  
 
授業の方法・事前準備学修・事後展開学修  
I will strive to make the class interactive and you must be involved on a regular and on-going basis. While my role is to facilitate and direct the discussion, and serve as a resource for you to gain new perspectives and knowledge on the Asian HRM and Employment relations system, Ultimately, it is your duty to learn. Your role is to engage one another in developing the best critical understanding of each paper. To make our classes successful, you must read the assigned material carefully for each session.
A good guideline in preparing for each class is to keep these questions in mind as you read, and make a page of notes for each article and book chapter (a response paper). You do not have to fully understand everything you read the first time around, but you do have to reach the basic level of understanding outlined in the four points above. Indeed, doing so will help you tremendously later, especially while doing a literature review for your thesis. Use this class as an opportunity to hone your critical thinking ability and help your colleagues hone theirs.
 
授業展開(スケジュール)  
No.内容
第1回 Introduction and Orientation
 Session 1: Course overview
 Session 2: HRM: Scope, Analysis, and Significance
第2回 Micro HRM: Selection, Socialization and Compensation
 Session 3: Selection and Socialization
 Session 4: Compensation (Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation)
第3回 Strategic HRM: Management Control System.
 Session 5: Overview of SHRM
 Session 6: HRM, Power and Control
第4回 International HRM
 Session 7: Multinationals and HRM: Between Globalization and Localization
 Session 8: Global staffing – Expatriates and Inpatriate
第5回 HRM in Asia
 Session 9: The Role of the State
 Session 10: Studying on HRM in developing countries
第6回 HRM in Korea and Japan
 Session 11: Japan
 Session 12: Korea
第7回 HRM in China and Vietnam
 Session 13: China
 Session 14: Vietnam
第8回 Group presentation
 
授業の詳細(履修登録学生のみ閲覧可)  
WebClassへ
 
成績評価方法  
Class Participation................20%
Discussion Leadership..........30%
Final Paper...........................50%
 
成績評価基準  
• Class Participation (20%): Your class participation mark will be based on your contribution to class discussion (over and above the discussion leadership below). You are expected to write and submit an essay which answer the four basic questions listed above. Also, as a general rule, graduate students do not miss class; as such, missed classes without a medical note clearly stating that you are unable to attend class will negatively impact your grade.

 Discussion leadership (30%): Presentation of one of the class topics based on assigned readings and independent research. Do NOT try to repeat the article in short form (this will result in a poor grade). Instead, assume everyone else has read the article, and take a more analytic approach. As a guide, you can use the four basic questions above. You will then present each of these to us in class. Prepare a set of critical discussion questions. You will be marked on the depth and insightfulness of your questions and their ability to prompt discussion. Please avoid banal, general questions. In class, you will pose your questions to the rest of the group, and evaluate our responses.

 Final Paper (50%): I expect you to explore some area of HRM covered in this class that you found interesting, in a way that advances theory. For example, you might compare two or three perspectives and discuss how they would lead to different predictions about a particular HR outcomes and processes, and how you might resolve this conundrum empirically. Or, you might extend theory in a new direction by developing new propositions and discussing how you would test them. It should contain the following generic sections: introduction; theoretical background; explicit statement of propositions and/or a process model and/or other specification of a relationship between constructs; research design, including possible research site, potential data sources and measures, and a sketch of proposed method(s) of data analysis.
 
テキスト  
教科書1 ISBN 978-0415898652
書名 Managing Human Resources in Asia-Pacific: Second edition (Global HRM)
著者名 Arup Varma and Pawan S. Budhwar 出版社 Routledge 出版年 2013
備考
教科書2 ISBN 0198745427
書名 The Oxford Handbook of Asian Business Systems
著者名 Michael A. Witt 出版社 Oxford Univ Pr 出版年 2015
備考
 
参考図書  
参考書1 ISBN 9780199547029
書名 The Oxford handbook of human resource management
著者名 Boxall, P. F., Purcell, J., & Wright, P. M 出版社 Oxford University Press 出版年 2007
備考
 
学生へのメッセージ  
My teaching philosophy is rooted in the belief that the teacher’s role is to inspire students to think on their own, to challenge conventional wisdom, and to deepen their self-awareness. As such, I view the classroom as a safe, supportive environment where an instructor and students come together to share their knowledge in order to collectively improve each others’ understandings of the world. Accordingly, I place a heavy emphasis on experiential learning, dedicating a significant portion of my classroom time to hands-on exercises and activities that are followed by group discussion. Your preparation and participation will make this class more interesting!
 
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連絡先(電話番号)  
 
連絡先(メールアドレス)  
scnoh@mail.saitama-u.ac.jp
 
オフィスアワー  

Every friday 3:00~6:00pm or by appointment
 
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