host-country effect

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Refers to the shaping of HR management in the subsidiaries of multinational companies by the institutions and cultures of the host-country societies in which they are embedded. For example, it is suggested that Japanese firms investing in Britain have adapted their employment practices to conditions in the host country.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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