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Human Resource Management and Human Capital in Economic Development in China


Special issue call for papers from Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management

CALL FOR PAPERS


Guest Editors: Chris Rowley, CHIN Ta Chia, WU Weiwei

In the first decades of the 21st century China is still undergoing economic industrial change and upgrading. As one of the most important resources in such development, human resources (HR) and human capital play an important role in this. Indeed, the recently issued the 13th Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development of the People’s Republic of China requires the country to “strengthen the investment of human capital” to “build the power of human capital”.

Given this our Special Issue calls for the use of holistic, dynamic, and contingent approaches from multi- or cross-disciplinary perspectives to investigate HR management (HRM) and human capital issues in China in this development. The issue aims at developing novel, indigenous theories and models of Chinese HRM and human capital. Papers exploring the mechanisms of how Chinese HRM contributed to human capital theories by Rowley and Redding (2012) are particularly welcome.

Topics of this Special Issue include, but not limit to:

  • Role of human capital in upgrading
  • Leadership and human capital development
  • Institutional based views of HRM
  • Measurement of human capital
  • Micro foundation of human capital theory embedded in the Chinese context
  • HRM in cross culture contexts
  • Chinese model of HR development
  • HRM based on Chinese philosophy
  • Human capital in the digital age
  • Employee learning and training
  • Creativity and innovative behaviour of employees
  • Management of employee knowledge
  • Diversity and gender management
  • Integration of HRM and other functional management
  • Role of technology in HRM
  • Relationship between human capital and entrepreneurship
  • Practice and role of HR practitioners


Timelines
31 December, 2016:    Abstract submission
31 January, 2017:       Notification of acceptance of abstract
8-9 April, 2017:           Paper presented and discussed at the conference
30 May, 2017:            Selected papers submitted after conference revisions to be reviewed
30 November, 2017:    Papers reviewed and revised

See journal’s website regarding style requirements and sections needed http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/journals.htm?id=jchrm.

Please email expressions of interest and papers to Guest Editors below:
Professor Rowley, Kellogg College, Oxford University, City, University of London, UK
Email: apbr@city.ac.uk
Professor CHIN Ta Chia, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Email: tachia1231@yahoo.com.sg
Professor WU Weiwei, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Email: wuweiwei@hit.edu.cn

References
Rowley, C. & Redding, G. (2012) ‘Building Human and Social Capital in Pacific Asia’, Asia Pacific Business Review, 18(3): 295-302.
Rowley, C. (2014) ‘Relevance and Role of Interdisciplinarity in Asia Pacific Studies and Publications’, Working Paper.
Chin, T., and Liu, R-h. (2015) ‘Understanding labor conflicts in Chinese manufacturing: A Yin-Yang harmony perspective’, International Journal of Conflict Management, 26(3): 288-315
Wu, W W, Wang, Y, Liu Y X, Chin, T. (2016) ‘Do self-efficacy and competency-position fit determine R&D employees’ innovative behavior? Integrating an Anthropological View’, Anthropologist, 24(2): 454-463.

About the journal
The Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management is published by Emerald and is abstracted and indexed in ABI Inform, Cabell's Directories of Publishing Opportunities, EBSCO, Helecon, Proquest, PsycINFO, ReadCube Discovery, Scopus.

About the conference
The conference will be held on 8-9 April, 2017 at Harbin Institute of Technology, China. Authors whose abstracts are accepted are automatically invited to participate in the Conference. JCHRM Editor, Prof. Chris Rowley, and Guest Editors, Prof. CHIN Tachia and Prof. WU Weiwei will serve as mentors on papers. Although attendance is not mandatory, the conference will provide an opportunity for further feedback and paper development.

For any questions about the Conference please contact Prof. CHIN Tachia at tachia1231@yahoo.com.sg, or Prof. WU Weiwei at wuweiwei@hit.edu.cn.