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The ambivalence of Diversity Management local reinterpretations in the Polish subsidiaries of four international companies: a multi-case study approach

Abstract : Drawing on diversity management studies from national perspectives (Brabet et al. 2019; Chanlat & Özbilgin, 2017), this thesis aims to examine the cultural and organizational issues that influence the international transfer of Diversity Management (DM), as a polysemic and historically constructed concept. The study contributes to the understanding of the relatively unexplored phenomenon in Eastern European countries by analyzing the rejection and local resistance to classic (i.e. AngloSaxon) forms of DM, traditionally focused on non-discrimination, organizational recruitment and international talent attraction. The results are drawn from qualitative methodology in the four case studies, which are based in the following sectors: pharmaceutical innovation, life quality services, insurance services and energy production. The thesis employs multiple data sources: documentary data, visual data and semi-structured interviews.
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Aneta Hamza-Orlinska. The ambivalence of Diversity Management local reinterpretations in the Polish subsidiaries of four international companies: a multi-case study approach. Business administration. Université Paris Dauphine, 2019. English. ⟨tel-03447169⟩

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