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Cornell University ILR School [email protected] CAHRS Working Paper Series Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS) 9-7-2007 Multi-Level Issues in International HRM: Mean Differences, Explained Variance, and Moderated Relationships Patrick M. Wright Cornell University , [email protected] Karina Van de Voorde Tilburg University This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS) at [email protected] It has been accepted for inclusion in CAHRS Working Paper Series by an authorized administrator of [email protected] For more information, please contact [email protected] . Please take our short [email protected] user survey. Wright, Patrick M. and Van de Voorde, Karina, "Multi-Level Issues in International HRM: Mean Differences, Explained Variance, and Moderated Relationships" (2007). CAHRS Working Paper Series. Paper 480. http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/cahrswp/480
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Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies CAHRS at Cornell University 615B Ives Hall Ithaca, NY 14853-3901 USA Tel. 607 255-9358 www.ilr.cornell.edu/CAHRS W ORKING P APER S ERIES Multi-Level Issues in International HRM: Mean Differences, Explained Variance, and Moderated Relationships Patrick M. Wright Karina Van de Voorde Working Paper 07 – 13
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Multi-Level Issues in International HRM CAHRS WP07-13 Multi-Level Issues in International HRM: Mean Differences, Explained Variance, and Moderated Relationships Patrick M. Wright Department of Human Resource Studies School of ILR Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853-3901 And Tilburg University Karina Van de Voorde Department of Human Resource Studies School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Tilburg University The Netherlands September 7, 2007 http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/cahrs This paper has not undergone formal review or approval of the faculty of the ILR School. It is intended to make results of Center research available to others interested in preliminary form to encourage discussion and suggestions. Most (if not all) of the CAHRS Working Papers are available for reading at the Catherwood Library. For information on what’s available link to the Cornell Library Catalog: http://catalog.library.cornell.edu if you wish. Page 2 of 19
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Multi-Level Issues in International HRM CAHRS WP07-13 Abstract Support for this chapter was provided by the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS) in the School of ILR at Cornell University. All opinions and mistakes are the responsibility of the authors, however, and not of CAHRS. Page 3 of 19
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Multi-Level Issues in International HRM CAHRS WP07-13 Multi-Level Issues in International HRM: Mean Differences, Explained Variance, and Moderated Relationships Introduction Assume the following case. A large multinational organization decides to implement a pay for performance system, complete with forced distribution rankings and large merit pay increase differences across performance categories as part of its effort to build a “performance- based culture.” Resident cross-cultural experts warn against such an approach because they
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