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Recent Publications by Lab Members

Sekiguchi, T., Takeuchi, N., & Iguchi, C. (Eds.) (2016). International human resource management. Tokyo: Chuo-Keizai Sha.

Bebenroth, R., Ismail, M., & Sekiguchi, T. (In Press). Target firm employee perceptions of procedural and interpersonal justice. Human Systems Management, 35(3).

Li, P. P., & Sekiguchi, T., & Zhou, K. (2016). The emerging research on indigenous management in Asia. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. doi:10.1007/s10490-01

Maharjan, M. P., & Sekiguchi, T. (Forthcoming). Human resource management practices of Japanese companies in India: Dealing with the transfer–adaptation dichotomy. Journal of Asia Business Studies.

Grill, T. V.,  Maharjan, M. P., & Sekiguchi, T. (In press). Human resource management of Japanese companies in Hungary: How do the Japanese and the Hungarian styles blend?  Journal of East-West Business.

Maki, M., & Sekiguchi, T. (In press). An empirical investigation of human resource management in Japanese foreign subsidiaries. Journal of International Business, 8 (1).

Sekiguchi, T. (2016). Bridge individuals in multinational organisations. Australasian Journal of Organisational Psychology, 9, 1-4.

Fujimoto, Y., Ferdous, A. S., Sekiguchi, T., & Sugianto, L. (2016). The effect of mobile technology usage on work engagement and emotional exhaustion in Japan. Journal of Business Research, 69, 3315–3323.

Maharjan, M. P., & Sekiguchi, T. (2016). The influence and effectiveness of US-style and Japanese-style HR practices on Indian firms: A conceptual perspective. South Asian Journal of Human Resource Management, 3, 58-74.

Sekiguchi, T., Froese, F. J., & Iguchi, C. (2016). International human resource management of Japanese multinational corporations: Challenges and future directions. Asian Business & Management, 15, 83-109.

Maharjan, M. P., & Sekiguchi, T. (2016). Human resource management practices at foreign-affiliated companies in least-developed regions: US and Japanese companies in Nepal.  Asian Business & Management, 15, 137-164.

Hosomi, M.  (2016). Consequences of Abusive Supervision: The Moderating Effects of Job Characteristics and Resources in the Family Domain (Abstract). The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies, 667, 78.

Li, J. (2015). The mediating roles of job crafting and thriving in the LMX-employee outcomes relationship. Japanese Journal of Administrative Science, 28, 39-51.

Hosomi, M.  (2015). The working environment of middle managers and their subordinates’ work-life balance: An empirical study of managerial attitudes toward subordinates’ family and personal needs.  Japanese Journal of Administrative Science, 28, 19-38.

Maki, M., Ebisuya, A., & Sekiguchi, T. (2015). The internationalization of human resource practices in Japanese headquarters. Multinational Enterprises, 8, 93-113.

Recent Awards to Lab Members

Saddam Khalid & Tomoki Sekiguchi,  Recommended Paper Award,The 2016 Management Theory and Practice Conference, April 2016

Yuta Sasaki, Satsuki Shiratori, Rintaro Matsuzawa, Makoto Yamanashi & Manami Yui, Excellent Paper Award, School of Economics Research Paper Competitions,  Osaka University, February 2016.

Tomoki Kado, Koutaro Shosha, Soichiro TokurikiTsubasa Nakajima, & Takaaki Nagato, Excellent Paper Award, School of Economics Research Paper Competitions,  Osaka University, February 2016.

Tomoki Sekiguchi & Koharu Yasukawa, Best Conference Paper Award, The Japanese Association of Administrative Science, November 2015

Mikio Maki, Best Conference Paper Award, The Japanese Association of Administrative Science, November 2015