Charles Koeber's scientific contributions

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... Closely related to the question how the HRM practices in an HRM system work together is the question which set of HRM practices should be included into a specific HRM system. Here, strategic HRM research provides different theoretical perspectives: In the universalistic perspective, such as high-commitment (Walton, 1985), high-involvement (Lawler, 1986), or highperformance HRM systems (Appelbaum, Bailey, Berg, & Kalleberg, 2000;Huselid, 1995), it is assumed that there is an ideal set of best practices. In contrast, the contingency perspective (Jackson & Schuler, 1995;Jackson et al., 2014) and the contextual perspective (Brewster, 1999) propose that HRM practices' effectiveness depend on the internal environment (e.g. company strategy, general HRM philosophy, company size, technology, qualification structure) and external environment (e.g. ...