Faculties and Research

Professor Chris Rowley

Professor Emeritus, Human Resource Management

Faculty of Management

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Cass Business School
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United Kingdom

Overview

Visiting Fellow, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, UK
Professorial Fellow, Institute of Hallyu Convergence Research, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
Adjunct Professor, Griffith Business School and Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, Australia
Visiting Fellow, Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, Nottingham University, UK

Dr Rowley is a well known figure in the employment and human resource management and Asia business and management areas.

He is the Editor of the journal 'Asia Pacific Business Review' and 'Journal of Chinese HRM' and is an Editorial Board member for leading international journals. He holds several Visiting Professorships and Distinguished Scholar positions at leading Asian universities.

He acts as an evaluator for several funding bodies and universities internationally. He is a respected author and has published over 550 articles, books, book chapters and other contributions and knowledge transfer outputs. He has worked and published with eminent and world-reknowned thought leaders and management gurus, such as Dave Ulrich. He has also written for several international business journals, magazines and newsletters, as below:

> Accelerate Magazine
> Effective Executive Magazine
> Professional Manager
> Workplace Savings & Benefits
> Employee Benefits Magazine
> The Conversation
> Human Capital
> Management Today
> People Management
> People Management Asia
> People Management Middle East
> Changeboard
> CFO Magazine
> WorldLink
> International Personnel Management Association
> HR Magazine
> HR Matters
> HR Bullets
> The Glass Hammer
> Singapore Business Review
> Camara de Argentina-Britannica

He is an Editor of the three Book Series:
> Asian Studies: Contemporary Issues and Trends (Elsevier)

> Working in Asia (Routledge)

> World Scientific Series in Asian Business & Management (World Scientific Press)

He has conducted British Academy funded research on multinationals in Korea, Malaysia and Thailand, was an ESRC AIM International Study Fellow, won a 5 year RCUK Fellowship in Asian Business and Management and awarded a Korea Foundation Fellowship for Field Research. He was the founding Director of the Centre for Research on Asian Management.

Professor Rowley has received the following internal and external recognition:
Outstanding Contribution to Reputation & Impact through Research (Cass)(2011)
Emerald Literati Network Highly Commended Paper Award (2010)
Outstanding Contribution to Reputation & Impact through Research (Cass) (2006)
Emerald Golden Page Award for Readability of Research (2004)
Teaching Excellence (Cass UG & MSc) (2003)
Anbar Golden Page Award for Research (1999)

Professor Rowley is available for international and business media interviews. He has been regularly interviewed on matters relating to Asia, employment and HRM generally, for:
> China Radio International
> American Public Media Radio
> BBC Radio 5 Live
> Arirang TV, Korea
> Channel 4
> Bloomberg
> CNBC.com

> Financial Times
> Corriere della Sera
> The Guardian
> The Times
> The Sunday Times
> The Independent
> The Telegraph
> The Evening Standard, London
> Daily Mirror
> Workplace Savings & Benefits
> People Management
> People Management Asia
> People Management Middle East
> The Edge
> Upstart Magazine
> Board Agenda
> China Daily
> Shanghai Daily
> China Business News
> Gulf Times
> Trade Arabia
> Arab Times
> Gulf Daily News
> The Peninsula
> University World News

Recent Books (see webpage for further details):

Business Ethics in Asia (2017)

The Future of Chinese Manufacturing: Employment & Labour Challenges (2017)

The Changing Face of Corruption in Asia (2017)

Organisational Learning in Asia: Issues & Challenges (2016)

The China Business Model (2016)

Business Networks in East Asian Capitalism (2016)

HRM & Organisational Performance in Asia (2016)

Japanese MNCs & the Global Economy (2016)

Mutual, Cooperative & Employee Owned Business in the Asia Pacific (2015)

Management In South Korea Revisited (2015)

Business Models & People Management in Indian IT Industry (2015)

Ethical and Social Marketing in Asia (2015)

The Changing Role of the Human Resource Profession in the Asia Pacific Region (2015)

Leadership in the Asia Pacific: A Global Research Perspective (2014) with David Ulrich

Globalization, Change & Learning in South Asia (2013)

Succeed Or Swim: Business Sustainability Under Globalisation (2012)

Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia (in Bahasa Indonesian)(2012)

HRM: The Key Concepts (2012)

Business Sustainability under Globalisation (2012)

Managing People Globally: An Asian Perspective (2012)

Chinese Management in the 'Harmonious Society' (2011)

Whither South East Asian Management? (2011)

The Multi-Dimensions of Industrial Relations in Asia (2010)

The Changing Face of Management in China (2010)

Qualifications

  1. BA, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom
  2. MA, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom
  3. DPhil, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
  4. Certificate in Personnel Practice (Skills in People Management), CIPD, unknown

Visiting Appointments

  1. Various as External Assessor, 1) University of Malaysia; 2) Shinawatra University; 3) University of Cyprus; 4) Oxford Brookes University; 5) UWE; 6) RH, University of London; 7) University of Birmingham, Jan 2006 – present
  2. Various Visiting Professorships, 1) Korea University Business School; 2) University of Malaysia; 3) Institute of HRM; School of Management, Jan 2004 – present

Fellowships

  1. AIM International Study Fellow, AIM, Jan 2004 – present

Memberships of Committees

  1. Member, journal editor, Committee of Publication Ethics, 2008 – present

Memberships of Professional Organisations

  1. Member, Committee of Publication Ethics, Oct 2008 – present
  2. Member, author/publisher, Public Lending Right, 2008 – present
  3. Member, author/publisher, Authors' Licensing & Collecting Society, 2006 – present
  4. Member, British Association of Korean Studies, Jan 2005 – present
  5. School/University, Chartered Institute of Management, Oct 2004 – present

Awards

  1. Cass Business School (2011) 2011 Research Impact & Reputation Award
  2. Emerald/Anbar (2010) Highly Commended Paper Award
  3. Cass Business School (2006) 2006 Research Impact & Reputation Award
  4. Korea University Business School (2004) Publications in IBRE list journals awards
    Publications in IBRE list journals awards:
    2004: x2
  5. Emerald/Anbar (2004) Golden Page Award
    2004: Golden Page Award: Readability of Research (APBR)
  6. Cass Business School (2003) Teaching Excellence Award (UG & MSc)
  7. Emerald/Anbar (1999) Golden Page Award
    1999: Golden Page Award: Research (APBR)

Expertise

Primary Topics

  • Asian Business & Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Industrial Relations/Labour Studies

Additional Topics

  • Gender & Diversity Management
  • International Business

Geographic Areas

  • Asia
  • Asia - East
  • Asia - Southeast

Research Topics

Asian Human Resource Management
Korean Business and Management
Asian Women Managers
Asian Business and Management
Management in Asia
International Human Resource Management
Name
Barbara Xiaoyu Wang
Attendance
Jan 2014 – Jan 2015, part-time
Thesis Title
Chinese Enterprises in the West
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Hyun Young Jo
Attendance
Oct 2011 – Jan 2012, full-time
Thesis Title
Work-Life Balance
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Ioulia Bessa
Attendance
Oct 2008 – Jan 2012, full-time
Thesis Title
Flexible Working
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Hun Fun (Irene) Poon
Attendance
Oct 2005 – Jun 2009, full-time
Thesis Title
HRM in Financial Institutions in China
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Qi (Jean) Wei
Attendance
Oct 2004 – May 2009, full-time
Thesis Title
Reward management practices in China
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Xue (Shirley) Li
Attendance
Oct 2002 – Nov 2007, full-time
Thesis Title
HRM in SMEs in China
Role
1st Supervisor

Books (54)

  1. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (2017). Handbook of Research on Asian Business Systems. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  2. Paulet, E. and Rowley, C. (2017). The China Business Model Originality and Limits. Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-08-100750-1.
  3. Rowley, C. and Rama, M.D. (2017). The Changing Face of Corruption in the Asia Pacific Current Perspectives and Future Challenges. Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-08-101230-7.
  4. Rowley, C. and Tachia, C. (2017). The Future of Chinese Manufacturing. Elsevier.
  5. Hong, J., Snell, R. and Rowley, C. (2017). Organizational Learning in Asia Issues and Challenges. Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-12-809580-5.
  6. Rowley, C. and Oh, I. (2017). Business Ethics in East Asia: Examples in Historical Context. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-21025-7.
  7. Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (2017). The Evolution of Multinationals from Japan and the Asia Pacific Comparing International Business Japan, Korean, China, India. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-28986-4.
  8. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (2016). Multinational Companies from Japan. Capabilities, Competitiveness, and Challenges. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-94632-3.
  9. Nolan, J., Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2016). Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms Enduring Trends, Emerging Patterns. Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-08-100655-9.
  10. Nankervis, A., Rowley, C. and Salleh, N. (2016). Asia Pacific Human Resource Management and Organisational Effectiveness Impacts on Practice. Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-08-100654-2.
  11. Nankervis, A., Rowley, C. and Salleh, N.M. (2016). Introduction: Human resource management and organisational effectiveness - an overview and synthesis. ISBN 978-0-08-100654-2.
  12. Nguyen, B. and Rowley, C. (2015). Ethical and Social Marketing in Asia. Chandos Publishing, Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-08-100097-7.
  13. Malik, A. and Rowley, C. (2015). Business Models and People Management in the Indian IT Industry: From People to Profits. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-78318-8.
  14. Rowley, C. and Michie, J. (2015). Mutual, Cooperative and Employee-Owned Businesses in the Asia Pacific. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-84953-2.
  15. Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2015). Demystifying Chinese Management Issues and Challenges. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-317-69367-3.
  16. Rowley, C. and Mukherjie Saha, J. (2014). The Changing Role of the Human Resource Profession in the Asia Pacific Region. Chandos Publishing; Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-85709-475-9.
  17. Saha, J.M. and Rowley, C. (2014). The Changing Role of the Human Resource Profession in the Asia Pacific Region. ISBN 978-0-85709-476-6.
  18. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2014). Management in South Korea Revisited. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-02400-7.
  19. Rowley, C. and Khilji, S. (2013). Globalization, Change & Learning in South Asia. Oxford: ICAEW.
  20. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2013). Leadership in Asia. London: Final report to the Institute of Personnel & Development,.
  21. Rowley, C. and Jackson, K. (2012). Human Resource Management: The Key Concepts (in Bahasa Indonesian). Indonesia: FT Press/Pearson.
  22. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2011). Whither Management in South East Asia? London
  23. Rowley, C. and Jackson, K. (2011). HRM: The Key Concepts. London
  24. Rowley, C. and Harry, W. (2011). Managing People Globally: An Asian Perspective. ISBN 978-1-84334-223-6.
  25. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2011). Chinese Management In The New Millenium. London: HSB.
  26. Rowley, C., Mukherjie Saha, J. and Ang, D. (2011). Succeed or Sink: Business Sustainability Under Globalisation. Oxford: FT Prentice Hall/Financial Times. ISBN 978-1-84334-634-0.
  27. Rowley, C. and Harry, W. (2011). Introduction: HRM context, development and scope. CHANDOS PUBL.
  28. Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2011). Chinese Management in the 'Harmonious Society': Managers, Markets and the Globalized. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-57242-2.
  29. Rowley, C. and Cooke, F. (2010). The Changing Face of Management in China. London
  30. Rowley, C., Lawler, J., Suzuki, A. and Siengthai, S. (2010). The Multi-Dimensions of Industrial Relations in the Asian Knowledge-Based Economies. Oxford
  31. Rowley, C. (2010). Managing People. London: Farnham Castle.
  32. Rowley, C. and Yukongdi, V. (2009). The Changing Face of Women Managers in Asia. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-43766-0.
  33. Rowley, C. and Quang, T. (2009). The Changing Face of Vietnamese Management. London
  34. Rowley, C. (2009). Trade & Capital Flows Among Asian Economies. London
  35. Rowley, C., Yoo, Y. and Lee, J.N. (2008). Trends in Mobile Technology & Business in the Asia-Pacific Region. Oxford
  36. Rowley, C. (2008). Malaysia. Dec, Farnham
  37. Rowley, C. and Paik, Y. (2008). The changing face of Korean management. ISBN 0-203-87195-2.
  38. Rowley, C. and Abdul-Rahman, S. (2008). Rationale, overview and issues Introduction. Rowley, C. and AbdulRahman, S. (Eds.), ROUTLEDGE. ISBN 978-0-203-93774-7.
  39. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2008). Globalizing International Human Resource Management. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-56858-6.
  40. Rowley, C. and Abdul-Rahman, S. (2007). The changing face of management in South East Asia. ISBN 0-203-93774-0.
  41. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2007). Business & Management in South East Asia: Studies in Diversity & Dynamism.
  42. Rowley, C. and Abdul-Rahman, S. (2007). Introduction: Rationale, overview and issues. ISBN 0-203-93774-0.
  43. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2004). Introduction: Changes and continuities in Asian HRM. ISBN 0-203-50287-6.
  44. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2004). The management of human resources in the Asia Pacific Region: Convergence reconsidered. ISBN 0-203-50287-6.
  45. Rowley, C. (2003). The Management of People HRM in Context. Spiro Press. ISBN 978-1-904298-88-5.
  46. Bae, J., Rowley, C. and Sohn, T.-.W. (2002). Managing Korean Business Organization, Culture, Human Resources and Change. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-136-34295-0.
  47. Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (2000). Managed in Hong Kong Adaptive Systems, Entrepreneurship and Human Resources. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-135-30373-0.
  48. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2000). Globalisation and labour in the Asia Pacific region. Frank Cass. ISBN 978-0-7146-8089-7.
  49. Rowley, C. (1998). Human Resource Management in the Asia Pacific Region (reprinted). London
  50. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (1998). Korean Businesses Internal and External Industrialization. Frank Cass. ISBN 978-0-7146-4924-5.
  51. Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (1997). Human Resources and the Firm in International Perspective (2 Volumes). Edward Elgar. ISBN 978-1-85278-815-5.
  52. Rowley, C. and Lewis, M. (1996). Greater China Political Economy, Inward Investment, and Business Culture. Frank Cass. ISBN 978-0-7146-4739-5.
  53. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. Leadership in the Asia Pacific: A Global Research Perspective. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-63485-4.
  54. Rowley, C. Human Resource Management in The Asia Pacific Region: Convergence Questioned. Frank Cass. ISBN 978-0-7146-4407-3.

Chapters (247)

  1. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (2017). Introduction to "Handbook of Research on Asian Business Systems". Handbook of Research on Asian Business Systems Edward Elgar Publishing.
  2. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (2017). Conclusion to "Handbook of Research on Asian Business Systems". Handbook of Research on Asian Business Systems Edward Elgar Publishing.
  3. Rowley, C. and Oh, I. (2017). Business ethics and the role of context: institutionalism, history and comparisons in the Asia Pacific region. In Rowley, C. and Oh, I. (Eds.), Business Ethics in East Asia: Examples in Historical Context Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-21025-7.
  4. Rowley, C. and Oh, I. (2017). Relinquishing business ethics from a theoretical deadlock: the requirement for local grounding and historical comparisons in the Asia Pacific region. In Rowley, C. and Oh, I. (Eds.), Business Ethics in East Asia: Examples in Historical Context Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-21025-7.
  5. Paulet, E. and Rowley, C. (2017). Introduction: The China Business Model in Context-Setting the Scene. (pp. 1–16). ISBN 978-0-08-100757-0.
  6. Rowley, C. and Paulet, E. (2017). Conclusion: Implications and What Can We Learn? The China Business Model: Originality and Limits (pp. 251–262). ISBN 978-0-08-100757-0.
  7. Lee, H.J., Rowley, C. and Yu, G.C. (2017). Employers' associations in South Korea: Increasing importance of industrial relations. Employers' Associations in Asia: Employer Collective Action (pp. 60–81). ISBN 978-1-315-67233-5.
  8. Nolan, J., Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2016). Key Debates in Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms: An Introduction. Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms: Enduring Trends, Emerging Patterns (pp. 1–14). ISBN 978-0-08-100655-9.
  9. Nolan, J., Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2016). Conclusion: Making Sense of Enduring Trends and Emerging Patterns in Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms. Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms: Enduring Trends, Emerging Patterns (pp. 331–350). ISBN 978-0-08-100655-9.
  10. Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (2016). Japanese multinationals in the post-bubble era: new challenges and evolving capabilities. In Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (Eds.), Multinational Companies from Japan. Capabilities, Competitiveness, and Challenges Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-94632-3.
  11. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (2016). How have Japanese multinational companies changed? Competitiveness, management and subsidiaries. In Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (Eds.), Multinational Companies from Japan: Capabilities, Competitiveness, and Challenges Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-94632-3.
  12. Rowley, C. and Malik, A. (2016). Organisation Development. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  13. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Redeployment. In Wilkinson, A. and Johnstone, S. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  14. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Interviews. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  15. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Panel Interview. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  16. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Probation. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  17. Rowley, C. and Malik, A. (2016). Online Learning. In Wilkinson, A. and Johnstone, S. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  18. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Retention. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  19. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Security of Employment. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  20. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Social Partnership. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  21. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Exit Interview. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  22. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Horns Effect. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  23. Rowley, C. and Malik, A. (2016). Transferable Skill. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  24. Rowley, C. and Ramasmay, N. (2016). Halo Effect. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  25. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Secondment. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  26. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). References. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  27. Rowley, C. and Yukongdi, V. (2016). Positive Action. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  28. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Labour Turnover. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  29. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2016). Team Briefing. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  30. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Succession Planning. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  31. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Promotion. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  32. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Prejudice. In Johstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  33. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Job Description. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, R. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  34. Rowley, C. and Ramasamy, N. (2016). Retirement. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  35. Rowley, C. and Malik, A. (2016). Blended Learning. In Johnstone, S. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78347-545-2.
  36. Truong, Q. and Rowley, C. (2016). The Network-Based Economy in Vietnam: Business Networks in Context and Over Time. Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms: Enduring Trends, Emerging Patterns (pp. 307–329). ISBN 978-0-08-100655-9.
  37. Yukongdi, V. and Rowley, C. (2016). Business Networks and Varieties of Capitalism in Thailand: Adding the Context of History, Political Structures, and Social and Cultural Values. Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms: Enduring Trends, Emerging Patterns (pp. 235–268). ISBN 978-0-08-100655-9.
  38. Wang, B.X. and Rowley, C. (2016). Business Networks and the Emergence of Guanxi Capitalism in China: The Role of the 'Invisible Hand'. Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms: Enduring Trends, Emerging Patterns (pp. 93–118). ISBN 978-0-08-100655-9.
  39. Rowley, C., Nankervis, A. and Salleh, N.M. (2016). Conclusion: The human resource management-organisational effectiveness link: Overview and the role of HR practitioners. Asia Pacific Human Resource Management and Organisational Effectiveness: Impacts on Practice (pp. 231–241). ISBN 978-0-08-100654-2.
  40. Nguyen, B. and Rowley, C. (2015). Conclusion to ethical and social marketing in Asia: Incorporating fairness management? In Rowley, C. and Nguyen, B. (Eds.), Ethical and Social Marketing in Asia: Incorporating Fairness Management (pp. 277–293). Chandos Publishing, Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-08-100097-7.
  41. Nguyen, B. and Rowley, C. (2015). Introduction to ethical and social marketing in Asia: Incorporating fairness management. In Nguyen, B. and Rowley, C. (Eds.), Ethical and Social Marketing in Asia (pp. 1–32). Chandos Publishing, Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-08-100097-7.
  42. Malik, A. and Rowley, C. (2015). Profiting from people management practices: An introduction. In Malik, A. and Rowley, C. (Eds.), Business Models and People Management in the Indian IT Industry: From People to Profits (pp. 1–12). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-78318-8.
  43. Malik, A. and Rowley, C. (2015). Towards an integrated model of human capital development for business model innovation: Synthesis and new knowledge. Business Models and People Management in the Indian IT Industry: From People to Profits (pp. 219–231). ISBN 978-1-317-66747-6.
  44. Rowley, C. and MIchie, J. (2015). Introduction: Differing forms of capital - setting the scene for mutuality and co-operation in the Asia Pacific Region. In Rowley, C. and Michie, J. (Eds.), Mutual, Cooperative and Employee-Owned Businesses in the Asia Pacific (pp. 2–9). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-84953-2.
  45. Rowley, C. and MIchie, J. (2015). Conclusion: Mutuality in the Asia Pacific Region. Mutual, Cooperative and Employee-Owned Businesses in the Asia Pacific (pp. 186–191). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-84953-2.
  46. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2015). Demystifying Chinese management: introduction. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Demystifying Chinese Management Issues and Challenges (pp. 1–9). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-317-69367-3.
  47. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2015). Strategic challenges and issues for Chinese managers and management in the global economy: conclusions. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Demystifying Chinese Management: Issues and Challenges (pp. 183–190). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-317-69367-3.
  48. Rowley, C. and Bae, J.S. (2014). Human Resource Management in South Korea. In Budhwar, P. and Varma, A. (Eds.), Managing Human Resources in Asia-Pacific (pp. 31–63). London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-89865-2.
  49. Rowley, C. (2014). Revisiting the changing face of management in China: Conclusion. The Changing Face of Management in China (pp. 233–244). ISBN 978-0-203-85514-0.
  50. Cunningham, L.X. and Rowley, C. (2014). The changing face of small and medium-sized enterprise management in China. The Changing Face of Management in China (pp. 125–148). ISBN 978-0-203-85514-0.
  51. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2014). The Changing Contours of Korean Management & Business. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Management in South Korea Revisited (pp. 1–8). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-02400-7.
  52. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2014). Context and implications for Korean management and business. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Management in South Korea Revisited (pp. 197–208). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-02400-7.
  53. Rowley, C. and Truong, Q. (2014). Vietnam: Post-State Capitalism. In Witt, M.A. and Redding, G. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Asian Business Systems (pp. 283–308). Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-965492-5.
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  181. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2007). Conclusion: Whither Business and Management in South East Asia. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Business & Management in South East Asia (pp. 175–182). Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-49495-3.
  182. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2007). Introduction. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Business & Management in South East Asia (pp. 01–Jan). Taylor & Francis.
  183. Rowley, C. and Xi, L. (2006). Chinese Small and Medium Enterprises: Developments in HRM. In Mrudula, E. and Raju, P. (Eds.), China: Trading Empire of the New Century (pp. 108–19). ICFAI Books.
  184. Rowley, C. and Bhopal, M. (2006). Ethnicity As A Management Issue & Resource. In Dahles, H. and Loh, W.L. (Eds.), The Remaking of Boundaries In Asian Multicultural Organisations (pp. 91–112). Routledge.
  185. Rowley, C. (2006). Manufacturing Mobility? Internationalisation, Change and Continuity. In Beynon, H. and Nichols, T. (Eds.), Patterns of Work in the Post-Fordist Era (pp. 151–162). Edward Elgar.
  186. Rowley, C. and Kang, H.R. (2006). Women in Management in South Korea. In Yukongdi, V. and Benson, J. (Eds.), Asian Business: Women in Management (pp. 79–91). Routledge.
  187. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2005). Conclusion: Big Business in Asia. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Globalisation & Competitiveness: Big Business in Asia (pp. 251–262). Routledge.
  188. Rowley, C., Benson, J. and Warner, M. (2005). An Asian Model Of Human Resource Management. In Warner, M. (Ed.), HRM In China Revisited (pp. 307–317). Routledge.
  189. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2005). Big Business in South Korea. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Globalisation & Competitiveness: Big Business in Asia (pp. 68–89). Routledge.
  190. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2005). Introduction: Big Business in Asia. In Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Globalisation & Competitiveness: Big Business in Asia (pp. 02–Jan). Routledge.
  191. Rowley, C., Kim, D.H. and Yoo, K.S. (2005). Unemployment & Labour Markets in South Korea. In Zhu, Y. and Benson, J. (Eds.), Unemployment in Asia (pp. 58–78). Routledge.
  192. Rowley, C., Yoo, K.S. and Kim, D.H. (2005). Unemployment and labour markets in South Korea: Globalisation, social impacts and policy responses. Unemployment in Asia (pp. 58–78). ISBN 0-203-48293-X.
  193. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2004). Conclusion: Changes in Asian HRM. In Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (Eds.), The Management of Human Resources in the Asia Pacific Region:Convergence Reconsidered (pp. 186–195). Frank Cass.
  194. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2004). HRM in South Korea. In Budhwar, P. (Ed.), HRM in South East Asia and the Pacific Rim (pp. 55–90). Routledge.
  195. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2004). Introduction: Changes & Continuities in Asian HRM. In Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (Eds.), The Management of Human Resources in the Asia Pacific Region: Convergence Reconsidered (pp. 01–Jan). Frank Cass.
  196. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2004). HRM in South Korea. Managing Human Resources in Asia-Pacific (pp. 35–60). ISBN 0-203-64316-X.
  197. Bae, J. and Rowley, C. (2004). Changes and continuities in South Korean HRM. The Management of Human Resources in the Asia Pacific Region: Convergence Reconsidered (pp. 73–100). ISBN 0-203-50287-6.
  198. Benson, J. and Rowley, C. (2004). Conclusion: Changes in Asian HRMD implications for theory and practice. The Management of Human Resources in the Asia Pacific Region: Convergence Reconsidered (pp. 174–182). ISBN 0-203-50287-6.
  199. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2003). Culture & Management in South Korea. In Warner, M. (Ed.), Culture & Mangement in Asia (pp. 187–209). Curzon.
  200. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2003). Corporate Crisis & The Reconfiguration Process: The South Korean Case. Frank Cass.
  201. Rowley, C. (2002). Comparative Human Resource Management. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (pp. 37–38). Thomson Learning..
  202. Rowley, C. (2002). Conciliation. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (p. 39). Thomson Learning..
  203. Rowley, C., Bae, J. and Sohn, T. (2002). Conclusion: Knowledge, Learning and Change in Korean Management. In Rowley, C., Bae, J. and Sohn, T. (Eds.), Managing Korean Businesses (pp. 180–200). Frank Cass.
  204. Rowley, C. (2002). De-Skilling. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (p. 52). Thomson Learning..
  205. Rowley, C. (2002). Allan Flanders. In Warner, M. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management (pp. 2036–2041). Thomson Learning.
  206. Rowley, C. (2002). Asian Management: Key Issues in Traditions & Transitions. Asian Management: Converging or Diverging? Conference Proceedings (pp. 269–288).
  207. Rowley, C. (2002). Flexibility. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (pp. 88–89). Thomson Learning..
  208. Rowley, C. (2002). Flexible Specialisation. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (pp. 90–91). Thomson Learning..
  209. Rowley, C. (2002). Fordism. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (pp. 91–92). Thomson Learning..
  210. Rowley, C. (2002). Globalisation and Human Resource Management. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (pp. 96–97). Thomson Learning..
  211. Rowley, C. (2002). Human Resource Management - Asia. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (p. 110). Thomson Learning..
  212. Rowley, C. (2002). Human Resource Management and Institutional Theory. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (p. 110). Thomson Learning..
  213. Rowley, C., Bae, J. and Sohn, T. (2002). Introduction: Capabilities to Liabilities in Korean Management. In Rowley, C., Bae, J. and Sohn, T. (Eds.), Managing Korean Businesses: Organisation, Culture, Human Resources and Change (pp. 01–Jan). Frank Cass.
  214. Rowley, C. (2002). Mediation. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (p. 157). Thomson Learning..
  215. Rowley, C. (2002). Multi-Skilling. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (p. 163). Thomson Learning..
  216. Rowley, C. (2002). Negotiation. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (pp. 167–8). Thomson Learning..
  217. Rowley, C. (2002). New Technology. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM Thomson Learning..
  218. Rowley, C. (2002). South Korean Management in Transition. In Warner, M. (Ed.), Managing Across Cultures (pp. 178–92). Thomson Learning.
  219. Rowley, C. (2002). Taylorism. In Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Business and Management Guide to HRM (pp. 241–2). Thomson Learning..
  220. Rowley, C. (2001). Alan Fox. In Witzel, M. (Ed.), Biographical Dictionary of Management (pp. 325–327). Thoemmes Press.
  221. Rowley, C. (2001). Allan Flanders. In Witzel, M. (Ed.), Biographical Dictionary of Management (pp. 305–306). Thoemmes Press.
  222. Rowley, C. (2001). Harry Braverman. In Witzel, M. (Ed.), Biographical Dictionary of Management (pp. 99–104). Thoemmes Press.
  223. Rowley, C. (2001). Hugh Clegg. In Witzel, M. (Ed.), Biographical Dictionary of Management (pp. 168–70). Thoemmes Press.
  224. Rowley, C. (2001). Joan Woodward. In Witzel, M. (Ed.), Biographical Dictionary of Management (pp. 1079–1083). Thoemmes Press.
  225. Rowley, C. (2001). John Dunlop. In Witzel, M. (Ed.), Biographical Dictionary of Management (pp. 255–259). Thoemmes Press.
  226. Rowley, C. (2000). Comparisons & Perspectives on HRM in the Asia Pacific. New Millennium & Mission (pp. 70–88). Korea: LG.
  227. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2000). Globalization, Labour and Prospects. In Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (Eds.), Globalization and Labour in the Asia Pacific Region (pp. 300–308). Frank Cass. ISBN 978-0-7146-8089-7.
  228. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (2000). Hong Kong's Development: Prospects and Possibilities. In Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (Eds.), Managed in Hong Kong (pp. 123–131). Frank Cass. ISBN 978-0-7146-8082-8.
  229. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2000). Convergence and Divergence In Asian HRM. In Cadin, L. and Trepo, G. (Eds.), Internationalising HRM ESCP-EAP European School of Management.
  230. Rowley, C. and Ng, G.K. (2000). Globalisation & Hong Kong's Labour Market: The Deregulation Paradox. In Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (Eds.), Globalisation & Labour in the Asia Pacific (pp. 174–192). Frank Cass.
  231. Rowley, C. (2000). Globalisaton & Transformation in HRM: The Korean Case. New Millennium & Mission (pp. 20–67). Korea: LG.
  232. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2000). Global Labour? Issues and Themes. In Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (Eds.), Globalization and Labour in the Asia Pacific Region (pp. 01–Jan). Frank Cass. ISBN 978-0-7146-8089-7.
  233. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (2000). Managed in Hong Kong: Economic Development, Competitiveness and Deindustrialization. In Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (Eds.), Managed in Hong Kong: Adaptive Systems, Entrepreneurship and Human Resources (pp. 1–12). Frank Cass. ISBN 978-0-7146-8082-8.
  234. Rowley, C. (2000). New Mission & Roles of HRM in the New Millenium. New Millenium & Mission (pp. 01–Jan). Korea: LG.
  235. Rowley, C. and Bhopal, M. (2000). Putting the State(s) Back into Employee Relations. IERA Conference Proceedings (pp. 13–23).
  236. Rowley, C. and Bhopal, M. (2000). Putting The State(s) Back Into Employee Relations: The Case of Malaysian Electronics. In al, K.S.E. (Ed.), Employment Relations In The Year 2000: Where Have We Been & Where Are We Going (pp. 13–23). University of Technology Sydney.
  237. Rowley, C. (1999). Living on the Front Line: Stresses and Strains on Academic Editors. In Hills, P. (Ed.), Publish or Perish (pp. 97–104). Francis Pinter.
  238. Rowley, C. (1998). Conclusion: Reassessing HRMK's Convergence. In Rowley, C. (Ed.), Human Resource Management in the Asia Pacific Region; Convergence Questioned (pp. 197–210). London: Frank Cass.
  239. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (1998). Conclusion: Korean Business and Management: The End of the Model? Korean Business: Internal and External Industrialisation (pp. 130–139). Cass.
  240. Rowley, C. (1998). Introduction. In Rowley, C. (Ed.), Human Resource Management in the Asia Pacific Region (reprinted) (pp. 01–Jan). London: Curzon Press.
  241. Rowley, C. (1998). Introduction: Comparisons & Perspectives On HRM in the Asia Pacific. HRM In The Asia Pacific Region: Convergence Questioned (pp. 01–Jan). Frank Cass.
  242. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (1998). Introduction: The Icarus Paradox in Korean Business & Management. Korean Businesses: Internal & External Industrialisation (pp. 01–Jan). Frank Cass.
  243. Rowley, C. (1997). Allan Flanders. In Poole, M. and Warner, M. (Eds.), Management Handbook Of Human Resource Management (pp. 660–665). International Thomson Publishers.
  244. Rowley, C. (1997). Flanders. In Warner, M. (Ed.), IEBM Handbook of Management Thinking (pp. 195–200). International Thomson Publishers.
  245. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (1997). From "Hands" To " Resources"?: Explanation, Perspective & History. Human Resources & The Firm In International Perspective (pp. 01–Jan). Edward Elgar.
  246. Rowley, C. and Lewis, M. (1996). Introduction: Greater China At The Crossroads? Convergence, Culture & Competitiveness. Greater China: Political Economy, Inward Investment & Business Culture (pp. 01–Jan). Frank Cass.
  247. Rowley, C. (1996). The Labour Party & Europe. In Holmes, M. (Ed.), The Eurosceptical Reader (pp. 51–71). Macmillan,.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (69)

  1. Rowley, C. (2013). HRM & PD. Human Resource Management and Professional Development for the Digital Age 22-23 July, Hotel Fort Canning Canning Walk Singapore, Singapore.
  2. Moon, Y.J., Kang, S., Rowley, C., Han, J. and Kim, M.S. (2012). Users' Personality Traits as Predictors of UCC Usage on the Internet. Int Conf on Signal Processing, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition/Int Conf on Web Science and Engineer/Int Conf on Human Computer Interaction 28 Nov 2012 – 2 Dec 2012, Jeju, SOUTH KOREA.
  3. Rowley, C. (2012). Human Capital in Asia. Human Capital in Asia Singapore.
  4. Rowley, C. (2012). N/a. SKOPE - Vocational Education & The Sciences Oxford, UK.
  5. Rowley, C. (2012). Research & Publications in Asia. Research & Publications in Asia Singapore.
  6. Rowley, C. (2012). Research and Publications on Human Capital Development. Research and Publications on Human Capital Development Beijing, China.
  7. Rowley, C. (2011). N/a. Skills Measurement Oxford, UK.
  8. Rowley, C. (2011). N/a. SKOPE Employer's Forum: Apprenticeship Oxford, UK.
  9. Rowley, C. (2011). N/a. SKOPE Future of Education Oxford, UK.
  10. Rowley, C. (2011). Performance Management for the Public Sector. Chinese Local Government Officials Briefing Oxford, UK.
  11. Rowley, C. (2010). Knowledge Management in Theory & Practice: An Asian Perspective. Chinese Airport Service Industry Briefing London, UK.
  12. Rowley, C. (2010). Asian HRM. AGBA Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  13. Rowley, C. (2010). N/a. Asia Human Capital Leadership Singapore.
  14. Rowley, C. (2010). N/a. Human Capital in Asia: People Strategies for Asia Singapore.
  15. Rowley, C. (2010). N/a. SKOPE Migrant Labour Oxford, UK.
  16. Rowley, C. (2010). N/a. UKRO Funding London, UK.
  17. Rowley, C. (2010). Pay Systems & The Public Sector. GAC Chinese Customs & Excise Officials Briefing Oxford, UK.
  18. Rowley, C. (2010). The Role of Research & Think Tanks. HEAD Foundation London, UK, November.
  19. Rowley, C. (2010). The Role of Research on Human Capital Development in Asia. HEAD Foundation Singapore, July.
  20. Rowley, C. (2010). The Roles of Research, Publications and Think Tanks. HEAD Foundation Singapore, June.
  21. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2009). Line Management & Pay For Performance in China. BAM UK.
  22. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2009). Performance Management in China. AOM Chicago, US.
  23. Rowley, C. (2009). TBC. AGBA Business in a Globalised Era Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  24. Rowley, C. (2008). Context in Malaysia. Specialised Country Briefing for Malaysia Farnham.
  25. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2008). Pay For Performance In China. BAM UK.
  26. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2008). Pay for Performance: Design & Implementation in China's Non-Public Enterprises. Academy of Management 'The Questions We Ask' Anaheim, California, US.
  27. Rowley, C., Li, X. and Poon, I. (2008). The Globalisation of Asian Firms. Money, Economy & Management Imperial College, London, UK.
  28. Rowley, C. (2007). International Leadership. SG Group HR Managers Training & Development Seoul, Korea.
  29. Rowley, C. (2007). Participant. Editors Round Table Oxford, UK.
  30. Rowley, C. (2007). Participant. Peer Review Workshop Oxford, UK.
  31. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2007). Reward Systems in China's Non-Public Enterprises. European Reward Management Belgium.
  32. Rowley, C. (2007). Women Managers in Asia. Ewha Women's Universiry Lecture Seoul, Korea.
  33. Rowley, C. (2007). Women Managers in Asia. Hanyang University Seminar Seoul, Korea.
  34. Rowley, C. (2007). Women Managers in Asia. Korea Women's Development Institute Staff Workshop Seoul, Korea.
  35. Rowley, C. (2007). Women Managers in Asia. Yonsei University Faculty and PhD Seminar Seoul, Korea.
  36. Rowley, C. (2006). Participant. Directing Research Centres London, UK.
  37. Rowley, C. (2005). Attendee. Clarendon Lectures Oxford, UK.
  38. Rowley, C. (2004). Dynamics and Diversity. Employment Relations in the Asia Pacific Region International IR Association Asian Congress, Korea.
  39. Rowley, C. (2004). Korean Academy of Management. Attended Keimyung University, Taegu, Korea.
  40. Rowley, C. (2004). Advanced Institute of Management Research: Overview, Implications & Lessons. Seminar Yonsei University, Korea.
  41. Rowley, C. (2003). Business Networks: Europe-Asia. Vrije University, Amsterdam..
  42. Rowley, C. (2003). Community Unionism. Seminar Participant Amicus, London..
  43. Rowley, C. (2003). Diversity Under Globalisation. Cranfield University..
  44. Rowley, C. (2003). Government and Unions. Seminar Participant Unions 21..
  45. Rowley, C. (2003). What Makes for Effective Trade Unionism. Seminar Participant TUC..
  46. Rowley, C. (2002). Asian Managment. Korean Academy of Management Korea..
  47. Rowley, C. (2002). Corporate Crisis and Turnaround in Asia. APJM, Thailand..
  48. Rowley, C. (2002). Information and Consultation Rights. Seminar Participant Unions 21..
  49. Rowley, C. (2002). Knowledge-driven Economy. Seminar Participant TUC..
  50. Rowley, C. (2002). Making Unions Matter. Seminar Participant Unions 21..
  51. Rowley, C. (2002). Unions and Globalisation. Seminar Participant Unions 21..
  52. Rowley, C. (2002). What Workers Want From Workplace Organisations. Seminar Participant TUC..
  53. Rowley, C. (2001). Looking Back To The Future. Unions 21..
  54. Rowley, C. (2001). Resisting Globalisation. Oxford..
  55. Rowley, C. (2001). Unions and Labour's Second Term. Unions 21..
  56. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2000). Convergence and Divergence in Asian Human Resource Management. Association Francophone de Gestaion des Ressources Humaines Congress 16-17 November, Paris, France.
  57. Rowley, C. (2000). Black Workers and New Unionism. SERTUC. .
  58. Rowley, C. (2000). Continuing Development: Looking Ahead. SKOPE University of Oxford..
  59. Rowley, C. (2000). ER in the Year 2000. IERA Singapore..
  60. Rowley, C. (2000). International HRM. AGHR, Paris..
  61. Rowley, C. (2000). New Century, New Agenda. TUC/Unions 21. .
  62. Rowley, C. (1999). Asian Management in Crisis. ASEAS UNL..
  63. Rowley, C. (1998). Fairness at work. Unions 21. .
  64. Rowley, C. (1998). Is Race A Barrier to Free Movement Within the EU? SERTUC. .
  65. Rowley, C. (1997). Corporate Campaigning To Win. TUC..
  66. Rowley, C. (1997). Creating Partnerships. Unions 21. .
  67. Rowley, C. (1997). New Unionism-Organising For Change. TUC..
  68. Rowley, C. (1997). New World Organizing Across Frontiers. TUC. .
  69. Rowley, C. (1996). The Globalisation & Regulation of Labour. University of Warwick..

Journal Articles (233)

  1. Hong, J.F.L., Snell, R.S. and Rowley, C. (2017). Asia Pacific as a research context for organizational learning: background and future directions. Asia Pacific Business Review, 23(4), pp. 467–474. doi:10.1080/13602381.2017.1346904.
  2. Collins, N., Chou, Y.-.M., Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2017). Human factors in East Asian virtual teamwork: a comparative study of Indonesia, Taiwan and Vietnam. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 28(10), pp. 1475–1498. doi:10.1080/09585192.2015.1089064.
  3. Rowley, C., Bae, J., Horak, S. and Bacouel-Jentjens, S. (2017). Distinctiveness of human resource management in the Asia Pacific region: typologies and levels. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 28(10), pp. 1393–1408. doi:10.1080/09585192.2016.1189151.
  4. Redding, G. and Rowley, C. (2017). Introduction: human capital as a factor in societal progress. Asia Pacific Business Review, 23(2), pp. 163–170. doi:10.1080/13602381.2017.1289030.
  5. Redding, G. and Rowley, C. (2017). Conclusion: the central role of human and social capital. Asia Pacific Business Review, 23(2), pp. 299–305. doi:10.1080/13602381.2017.1289033.
  6. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2017). Linking Pay & Performance: Management Examples from China. Asian Academy of Management Journal .
  7. Rowley, C. (2017). Whither globalisation and convergence? Asian examples and future research. Asia Pacific Business Review, 23(1), pp. 1–9. doi:10.1080/13602381.2016.1238602.
  8. Rowley, C., Tung, R., Chung, H., Jou, J. and Huang, P. (2017). International Assignment Selection To and From the Asia Pacific Region: The Influence of Gender & Race. .
  9. Rowley, C. (2017). Relevance and Role of Interdisciplinarity in Asia Pacific Studies and Publications. Asian-Pacific Business Review, 23 .
  10. Rowley, C., Royal, C. and O'Donnell, L. (2017). Knowledge Acquisition in Non-Profit Organisations: What Leadership Competencies Are Needed? .
  11. Rowley, C., Cho, Y.H., Yu, G.C. and Joo, M.K. (2017). Changes in Corporate Culture of Korean Chaebols. .
  12. Rowley, C., Ren, S., Collins, N. and Warner, M. (2017). Business Leaders in Vietnam: A SHRM Perspective. .
  13. Rowley, C. and Jun, I.W. (2017). Competitive Advantage Over Time: The Transformation of Value Chains. .
  14. Luu, T., Rowley, C., Siengthai, S. and Thanh Thao, V. (2017). Value-based HR practices, i-deals and clinical error control with CSR as a moderator. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 30(4), pp. 327–340. doi:10.1108/IJHCQA-05-2016-0071.
  15. Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (2016). Internationalization patterns and the evolution of multinational companies: comparing Japan, Korea, China and India. Asia Pacific Business Review, 22(4), pp. 523–533. doi:10.1080/13602381.2016.1168672.
  16. Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (2016). MNCs from the Asia Pacific in the global economy: examples and lessons from Japan, Korea, China and India. Asia Pacific Business Review, 22(4), pp. 641–646. doi:10.1080/13602381.2016.1168671.
  17. Rowley, C. and Oh, I. (2016). Relinquishing business ethics from a theoretical deadlock: the requirement for local grounding and historical comparisons in the Asia Pacific region. Asia Pacific Business Review, 22(3), pp. 516–521. doi:10.1080/13602381.2015.1129813.
  18. Rowley, C. and Oh, I. (2016). Business ethics and the role of context: institutionalism, history and comparisons in the Asia Pacific region. Asia Pacific Business Review, 22(3), pp. 353–365. doi:10.1080/13602381.2015.1129814.
  19. Rowley, C., Kang, H.-.R. and Lim, H.-.J. (2016). Female manager career success: the importance of individual and organizational factors in South Korea. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 54(1), pp. 98–122. doi:10.1111/1744-7941.12071.
  20. Nguyen, B., Chang, K., Rowley, C. and Japutra, A. (2016). Organizational citizenship behavior, identification, psychological contract and leadership frames. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, 8(3), pp. 260–280. doi:10.1108/APJBA-01-2016-0010.
  21. Trong Luu, T. and Rowley, C. (2016). The relationship between cultural intelligence and i-deals: Trust as a mediator and HR localization as a moderator. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 24(5), pp. 908–931. doi:10.1108/IJOA-03-2015-0848.
  22. Rowley, C. (2016). The past, the future and rankings. Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management, 7(1), pp. 2–4. doi:10.1108/JCHRM-10-2016-0021.
  23. Rowley, C., Ramasamy, B., Yeung, M. and Yuan, Y. (2016). 'Initial Job Choice in the Greater China Region: The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility. Journal of General Management, 43(3), pp. 55–72.
  24. Ramasamy, B., Rowley, C. and Yeung, M.C.H. (2016). Initial job choice in the greater China region: The role of corporate social responsibility. Journal of General Management, 41(3), pp. 53–71. doi:10.1177/030630701604100304.
  25. Rowley, C. (2015). The Importance of Demographics Trends and Responses in Asia. Accelerate, 2015(3), pp. 81–81.
  26. Rowley, C. (2015). Positive Action in HRM: Context and Examples. Verticaldistinct.com .
  27. Tuan, L.T. and Rowley, C. (2015). From value-based human resource practices to i-deals: Software companies in vietnam. Personnel Review, 44(1), pp. 39–68. doi:10.1108/PR-08-2013-0151.
  28. Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (2015). How have Japanese multinational companies changed? Competitiveness, management and subsidiaries. Asia Pacific Business Review, 21(3), pp. 449–456. doi:10.1080/13602381.2015.1023493.
  29. Fitzgerald, R. and Rowley, C. (2015). Japanese multinationals in the post-bubble era: new challenges and evolving capabilities. Asia Pacific Business Review, 21(3), pp. 279–294. doi:10.1080/13602381.2015.1020648.
  30. Rowley, C., Lee, J.S.K. and Lan, L.L. (2015). Why Women Say No to Corporate Boards and What Can Be Done: “Ornamental Directors” in Asia. Journal of Management Inquiry, 24(2), pp. 205–207. doi:10.1177/1056492614546263.
  31. Rowley, C. and Michie, J. (2014). Differing forms of capital: setting the scene for mutuality and co-operation in the Asia Pacific Region. Asia Pacific Business Review, 20(3), pp. 322–329. doi:10.1080/13602381.2014.937912.
  32. Michie, J. and Rowley, C. (2014). Mutuality in the Asia Pacific region. ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS REVIEW, 20(3), pp. 506–511. doi:10.1080/13602381.2014.937922.
  33. Cho, Y.-.H., Yu, G.-.C., Joo, M.-.K. and Rowley, C. (2014). Changing corporate culture over time in South Korea. Asia Pacific Business Review, 20(1), pp. 9–17. doi:10.1080/13602381.2012.755321.
  34. Jun, W. and Rowley, C. (2014). Change and continuity in management systems and corporate performance: Human resource management, corporate culture, risk management and corporate strategy in South Korea. Business History, 56(3), pp. 485–508. doi:10.1080/00076791.2013.809522.
  35. McCourt, C. (2014). Editorial. Anthropology in Action, 21(2), p. 1. doi:10.3167/aia.2014.210201.
  36. Rowley, C., Vo, A. and Hannif, Z. (2014). Leadership Styles & Generational Effects: The Case of US Companies in Vietnam. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(1) .
  37. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2014). The changing contours of Korean management and business. Asia Pacific Business Review, 20(1), pp. 1–8. doi:10.1080/13602381.2013.859424.
  38. Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2014). Context and implications for Korean management and business. Asia Pacific Business Review, 20(1), pp. 197–207. doi:10.1080/13602381.2013.859428.
  39. Lee, J.S.K., Lan, L.L. and Rowley, C. (2014). Why might females say no to corporate board positions? The Asia Pacific in comparison. Asia Pacific Business Review, 20(4), pp. 513–522. doi:10.1080/13602381.2014.907689.
  40. Rowley, C. (2014). Why Such High (And Low) Rewards? Cautionary Tales Across Economies. Accelerate, 2014(November), pp. 81–82.
  41. Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2013). Demystifying Chinese management: introduction. Asia Pacific Business Review, 19(4), pp. 435–443. doi:10.1080/13602381.2013.832919.
  42. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2013). Strategic challenges and issues for Chinese managers and management in the global economy: conclusions. Asia Pacific Business Review, 19(4), pp. 617–624. doi:10.1080/13602381.2013.832918.
  43. Rowley, C. and Saha, J. (2013). Karma Matters: Business Sustainability is Beyond Just Lasting! The World Financial Review, 2013(May-June), pp. 35–38.
  44. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2012). Conclusion: Lessons learned and insights derived from leadership in Asia. Asia Pacific Business Review, 18(4), pp. 675–681. doi:10.1080/13602381.2012.694725.
  45. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2012). Introduction: Setting the scene for leadership in Asia. Asia Pacific Business Review, 18(4), pp. 451–463. doi:10.1080/13602381.2012.694726.
  46. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2012). Insights and Lessons from Leadership in Asia. WorldLink, 22(4), pp. 6–8.
  47. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2012). Insights and Lessons From Leadership in Asia: Part 2: Effective Leadership in Asia: Summaries and Implications. Singapore Business Review .
  48. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2012). Insights and lessons from leadership in Asia part 1: points and assumptions. Singapore Business Review .
  49. Rowley, C. (2012). Development in China: Position and nationhood in Asia and the world. Asia Pacific Business Review, 18(1), pp. 1–6. doi:10.1080/13602381.2011.591653.
  50. Rowley, C. (2012). Human capital management in Malaysia: local & foreign perspectives. ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS REVIEW, 18(1), pp. 127–128. doi:10.1080/13602381.2010.527450.
  51. Rowley, C. (2012). Asian Leadership. HRM Magazine, 12, pp. 01–Apr.
  52. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2012). Asian Leadership: Setting the Scene. Asia Pacific Business Review, 18, p. 4.
  53. Rowley, C. and Redding, G. (2012). Building Human & Social Capital in Pacific Asia. Asia Pacific Business Review, 18, pp. 01–Jul.
  54. Rowley, C., Yang, H.D., Kim, J.S. and Kim, J.K. (2012). Corporate e-Learning Systems: The Link Between Stakeholder Consensus, Quality & End-User Satisfaction. International Journal of Management in Education .
  55. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2012). The Future of Asian Leadership. Asia Pacific Business Review, 18, p. 4.
  56. Rowley, C. (2012). Valuing the differences between rhetoric & reality: Why bankers can get it so wrong with human capital. Human Resource Magazine .
  57. Rowley, C., Moon, Y.J., Kang, S. and Han, J. (2012). Users Personaility Traits as Predictors of User-Created-Content Usage on the internet: Examples from South Korea. .
  58. Rowley, C. and Ulrich, D. (2012). Is Good Leadership The Same The World? Professional Manager, 2012(September/October), pp. 25–25.
  59. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2011). Publishing in an era of 'publish or perish': SSCI status. Asia Pacific Business Review, 17(3), pp. 263–264. doi:10.1080/13602381.2011.592660.
  60. Bae, J., Chen, S.-.J. and Rowley, C. (2011). From a paternalistic model towards what? HRM trends in Korea and Taiwan. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 40(6), pp. 700–722. doi:10.1108/00483481111169643.
  61. Rowley, C., Ramasamy, B., Yeung, M. and Yuan, Y. (2011). Factors in Job Application Decisions: Corporate Social Responsibility in the Greater China Region. Human Resource Management .
  62. Rowley, C., Kang, H.R. and Lim, H.J. (2011). Female Managers Careers In South Korea: An Integrated Model. Human Resource Management .
  63. Rowley, C. and Yukongdi, V. (2011). Women Managers in Asia. Human Resource Management .
  64. Rowley, C. (2010). China's chimera: miracle or mirage in the ‘Middle Kingdom’? Asia Pacific Business Review, 16(3), pp. 269–271. doi:10.1080/13602381.2010.483761.
  65. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2010). Managers, markets and the globalized economy in China: epilogue. Asia Pacific Business Review, 16(3), pp. 483–491. doi:10.1080/13602380903557164.
  66. Rowley, C. (2010). OUTSOURCING AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: An International Survey. PACIFIC AFFAIRS, 83(2), pp. 359–360.
  67. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2010). Whither management in South-East Asia? Directions and themes. ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS REVIEW, 16(1-2), pp. 1–17. doi:10.1080/13602380903500032.
  68. Vo, A.N. and Rowley, C. (2010). The internationalization of industrial relations? Japanese and US multinational companies in Vietnam. ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS REVIEW, 16(1-2), pp. 221–238. doi:10.1080/13602380903080282.
  69. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2010). Management in South-East Asia: key findings, conclusions and prospects. Asia Pacific Business Review, 16(1-2), pp. 259–267. doi:10.1080/13602380903500016.
  70. Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2010). Chinese management at the crossroads: setting the scene. ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS REVIEW, 16(3), pp. 273–284. doi:10.1080/13602380903516574.
  71. Poon, I.H.-.F. and Rowley, C. (2010). Change in Asia: a review of management theory and research related to human resources. ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS REVIEW, 16(4), pp. 591–607. doi:10.1080/13602380903499987.
  72. Rowley, C. (2010). Human capital management in Malaysia: local & foreign perspectives. ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS REVIEW, 16(4), pp. 613–614.
  73. Rowley, C. (2010). A Chinese Chimera? Economic Miracle or Mirage and Labour Market Challenges. Effective Executive Magazine, XIII, pp. 44–48.
  74. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). Creating Cross-Cultural Management Training: Program Design, Methods & Effectiveness. Effective Executive Magazine, XIII, pp. 72–75.
  75. Rowley, C. and Scott Jackson, W. (2010). GCC Firms Could Employ More Women Through Telecommuting. WorldLink, 20, pp. 02–Mar.
  76. Rowley, C., Truong, Q. and van der Heijden, B. (2010). Globalisation, Competitiveness & HRM in a Transitional Economy: The Case of Vietnam. International Journal of Business Studies, 18, pp. 75–100.
  77. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). Key Implications for Managing People & Organisations. Human Capital, 10, pp. 41–44.

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  78. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). Key Implications for Managing People & Organisations, Part 1. Human Capital, 10, pp. 71–74.

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  79. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). Knowledge Management & Knowledge Transfer. Human Capital Magazine, 10 .
  80. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). Knowledge Management Systems. Human Capital Magazine, 10 .
  81. Rowley, C. and Scott Jackson, W. (2010). Maximizing Women's Participation in the Gulf Cooperation Council. Effective Executive, XII, pp. 46–67.
  82. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2010). Reward System Developments: Pay for Performance in Knowledge-Intensive Industries in China. Journal for Global Business Advancement, 3, pp. 95–111.
  83. Rowley, C. (2010). Routes to Resolution. Professional Manager pp. 34–35.
  84. Rowley, C. and Li, X. (2010). Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises in China. Asia Pacific Business Review, 16, pp. 319–37.
  85. Rowley, C., Kim, J.S., Yang, H.D. and Kim, J.K. (2010). The Facilitation of Stakeholder Consensus for the Success of Corporate E-Learning Systems. International Journal of Management in Education .
  86. Rowley, C. and Vo, A. (2010). The Internationalisation of IR? Japanese & US MNCs in Vietnam. Asia Pacific Business Review, 16, pp. 221–38.
  87. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). The Need for Greater Cultural Intelligence & Cross Cultural Management Training. Business Management Review, 6 .
  88. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). The Need For Managers to Have Greater Cutural Intelligence: Building a New Competence. Effective Executive Magazine, XIII, pp. 38–42.
  89. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). Why Is Management Learning Important? Effective Executive Magazine, XII, pp. 68–72.
  90. Rowley, C. (2010). Working in Asia. Journal of Chinese HRM, 1 .
  91. Wei, Q. and Rowley, C. (2009). Pay for performance in China's non-public sector enterprises. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, 1(2), pp. 119–143. doi:10.1108/17574320910989087.
  92. Rowley, C. (2009). The curious citation practices of Avner Greif: Janet Landa comes to grief. Public Choice, 140(3), pp. 275–285.
  93. Rowley, C. and Smith, N. (2009). Islam’s democracy paradox: Muslims claim to like democracy, so why do they have so little? Public Choice, 139(3), pp. 273–299.
  94. Yang, H.-.D., Moon, Y.J. and Rowley, C. (2009). SOCIAL INFLUENCE ON KNOWLEDGE WORKER'S ADOPTION OF INNOVATIVE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. JOURNAL OF COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS, 50(1), pp. 25–36.
  95. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2009). Changing Patterns of Rewards in Asia. Asia Pacific Business Review, 15, pp. 489–506.
  96. Rowley, C. (2009). Do We Need Processes Of Dispute Settlement In Managing Today: The Emerging Issues. Effective Executive Magazine, XII, pp. 72–75.
  97. Rowley, C., Yang, H.D., Kang, S. and Kwon, S.D. (2009). How Do Electronic Marketplaces Evolve Over Time? Business Management Review, 5, pp. 70–75.
  98. Rowley, C. (2009). HRM: People Management & The Global Economic Crisis. The Hub, Academics Column .
  99. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2009). Knowledge Management Development: Today's Challenges & Opportunities. WorldLink, 19, pp. 05–Jun.
  100. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2009). Performance Management For A Global Workforce In Turbulent Times. Effective Executive Magazine, XII, pp. 69–73.
  101. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2009). Performance Management for a Global Workforce: Aspects, Part 1. CCAB Camara de Comercio Argentina-Britanica, 110, pp. 01–Mar.
  102. Rowley, C., Yang, H.D. and Moon, Y.J. (2009). Social Influence on Knowledge Worker's Adoption of Innovative IT. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 50, pp. 25–36.
  103. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2009). The Business of Performance Management for a Global Workforce. Business Management Review, 5, pp. 16–21.
  104. Rowley, C., Yang, H.D., Kang, S. and Kwon, S.D. (2009). The Changing Benefits of e-Marketplaces over Time: Preferring Hierarchy-Governance. Effective Executive Magazine, XII, pp. 36–41.
  105. Rowley, C. and Yang, H. (2009). The Development of Performance Management Systems: The Case of Korea. WorldLink, 19 .
  106. Rowley, C., Yang, H.D. and Kwon, S.D. (2009). The Purchasing Performance of Organisations Using e-Marketplaces. British Journal of Management, 20, pp. 106–24.
  107. Yeung, A., Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2008). Guest editors' introduction - Growth and globalization: Evolution of human resource management practices in Asia. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 47(1), pp. 1–13. doi:10.1002/hrm.20194.
  108. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2008). Developing a Knowledge Management Culture: The Implications for Organisational Structure & HRM. Effective Executive Magazine, XI, pp. 62–67.
  109. Rowley, C. and Harry, W. (2008). Different Cultures - Different Expectations. Effective Executive Magazine, XI, pp. 50–54.
  110. Rowley, C., Yang, H.D., Kang, S. and Kwon, S.D. (2008). How Different Governance Structures Influence E-Marketplaces & Purchasing Performance Over Time: The Case of Korea. International Journal of Business Studies, 15, pp. 99–123.
  111. Rowley, C. (2008). Outlook for Industrial Relations in the UK in 2008 (in Korean). International Labour Brief, 6, pp. 20–29.
  112. Rowley, C. and Li, X. (2008). The Development of Chinese SMEs & HRM. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 46, pp. 353–79.
  113. Rowley, C., Yu, G. and Walder, N. (2008). The Impact of Flexible Benefits & Employee Satisfaction: A Study of the Korean Public Sector. International Journal of Society Systems Science, 1, pp. 67–83.
  114. Rowley, C. (2008). Viewpoint - The Credit Crunch & The Asian Economies. Professional Manager, 17, p. 41.
  115. Xue Cunningham, L. and Rowley, C. (2008). The development of Chinese small and medium enterprises and human resource management: A review. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 46(3), pp. 353–379.
  116. Rowley, C. (2008). Tabloid terror: War, culture, and geopolitics. MILLENNIUM-JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, 37(1), pp. 212–215.
  117. Rowley, C. (2007). The global Korean motor industry: The Hyundai Motor Company's global strategy. LABOR HISTORY, 48(4), pp. 550–552.
  118. Rowley, C. and Tollison, R. (2007). A further partial changing of the guard. Public Choice, 132(1), pp. 1–1.
  119. Rowley, C. and Webb, M. (2007). Israel and Palestine: the slow road to peace or the fast track to mutual annihilation? Public Choice, 132(1), pp. 7–26.
  120. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2007). Introduction: globalizing international human resource management. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 18(5), pp. 703–716. doi:10.1080/09585190701246566.
  121. Zhu, Y., Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2007). Human resource management with 'Asian' characteristics: a hybrid people-management system in East Asia. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 18(5), pp. 745–768. doi:10.1080/09585190701248133.
  122. Cunningham, L.X. and Rowley, C. (2007). Human resource management in Chinese small and medium enterprises: A review and research agenda. Personnel Review, 36(3), pp. 415–439. doi:10.1108/00483480710731356.
  123. Thang, L.C., Rowley, C., Quang, T. and Warner, M. (2007). To what extent can management practices be transferred between countries?. The case of human resource management in Vietnam. Journal of World Business, 42(1), pp. 113–127. doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2006.11.005.
  124. Poon, H.F. and Rowley, C. (2007). Contemporary research on management and human resources in China: A comparative content analysis of two leading journals. Asia Pacific Business Review, 13(1), pp. 133–153. doi:10.1080/13602380601016984.
  125. Rowley, C. and Abdul-Rahman, S. (2007). The Management of Human Resources in Malaysia: Locally-owned Companies and Multinational Companies. Management Revue - The international Review of Management Studies, 18(4), pp. 427–453.
  126. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2007). The Management of Human Resources in the Asia Pacific: Into the 21st Century. Management Revue - The international Review of Management Studies, 18(4), pp. 374–391.
  127. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2007). Contemporary Research on Management and HRs in China: A Comparative Analysis. Asia Pacific Business Review, 13, pp. 133–53.
  128. Rowley, C. (2007). Employment Practice and Strategy in the Asia Pacific (in Korean). International Labour Brief, 5, pp. Apr–13.
  129. Rowley, C., Zhu, Y. and Warner, M. (2007). HRM With Asian Characteristics: A Hybrid People Management System in East Asia. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 18, pp. 745–68.
  130. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2007). The Management of HR in Asia. Management Revue, 18, pp. 374–91.
  131. Rowley, C. and Abdul Rahman, S. (2007). The Management of HR in Malaysia. Management Revue, 18, pp. 427–53.
  132. Rowley, C., Zhu, Y. and Warner, M. (2007). HRM in Asia. .
  133. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2006). Business and management in South East Asia: Studies in diversity and dynamism. Asia Pacific Business Review, 12(4), pp. 389–401. doi:10.1080/13602380600616057.
  134. Warner, M. and Rowley, C. (2006). Conclusion: Whither business and management in South East Asia? Asia Pacific Business Review, 12(4), pp. 569–575. doi:10.1080/13602380600601612.
  135. Rowley, C. (2006). Terrorist Attacks on Western Civilization. Public Choice, 128(1), pp. 1–6.
  136. Rowley, C. and Taylor, J. (2006). The Israel and Palestine land settlement problem: An analytical history, 4000 B.C.E.–1948 C.E. Public Choice, 128(1), pp. 41–75.
  137. Rowley, C. and Taylor, J. (2006). The Israel and Palestine land settlement problem, 1948–2005: An analytical history. Public Choice, 128(1), pp. 77–90.
  138. Rowley, C. and Kim, J. (2006). Commitment to Company & Labour Union: Empirical Evidence from Korea. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 17, pp. 673–92.
  139. Rowley, C., Kang, H.R. and Yang, H.D. (2006). Factors in Team Effectiveness: Cognitive and Demographic Similarities of Team Members. Human Relations, 59, pp. 1681–1710.
  140. Rowley, C. and Bhopal, M. (2006). The Ethnic Factor in State-Labour Relations: The Case of Malaysia. Capital and Class, 88, pp. 87–116.
  141. Rowley, C. and Bhopal, M. (2006). The Role of Ethnicity in Employment Relations. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 43, pp. 308–31.
  142. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2006). Wither Business & Management in South East Asia. Asia Pacific Business Review, 12, pp. 571–77.
  143. Bhopal, M. and Rowley, C. (2005). Ethnicity as a management issue and resource: Examples from Malaysia. Asia Pacific Business Review, 11(4), pp. 553–574. doi:10.1080/13602380500135869.
  144. Rowley, C. (2005). Fragmenting parchment and the winds of war: The Constitution of the United States, 1860–2004. Public Choice, 124(1), pp. 33–56.
  145. Kang, H.R. and Rowley, C. (2005). Women in management in South Korea: Advancement or retrenchment? Asia Pacific Business Review, 11(2), pp. 213–231. doi:10.1080/1360238042000291171.
  146. Kim, J.W. and Rowley, C. (2005). Employee commitment: A review of the background, determinants and theoretical perspectives. Asia Pacific Business Review, 11(1), pp. 105–124. doi:10.1080/1360238052000298407.
  147. Rowley, C. (2005). Context, Development & Interactions in the HRM System in Korea. Journal of Comparative Asian Development, 4, pp. 105–33.
  148. Rowley, C. and Kim, J. (2005). Korean Workers' Dual Commitment to Company and Unions. Asia Pacific Business Review pp. 100–19.
  149. Rowley, C. (2005). Editorial Commentary - Gordon Tullock: The man and his scholarship. Public Choice, 122(1), pp. 1–8.
  150. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2005). Editorial. Asia Pacific Business Review, 10, p. 1.
  151. Bae, J. and Rowley, C. (2004). Macro and micro approaches in human resource development: Context and content in South Korea. Journal of World Business, 39(4), pp. 349–361. doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2004.08.003.
  152. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2004). Big business in South Korea: The reconfiguration process. Asia Pacific Business Review, 10(3-4), pp. 302–323. doi:10.1080/1360238042000264388.
  153. Rowley, C. (2004). Personnel and human resource management. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 33(3), pp. 373–374. doi:10.1108/00483480410528887.
  154. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2004). Big Business In Asia. Asia Pacific Business Review, 10, pp. 485–96.
  155. Rowley, C. (2004). Economic Development in International Perspective [in Mandarin]. 21st Century Business Review, 2004(1), pp. 35–36.
  156. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2004). Globalisation & Competitiveness in Asia. Asia Pacific Business Review, 10, pp. 236–53.
  157. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2004). Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific: Coverage, Themes and Contents. Journal of World Business, 39, pp. 308–10.
  158. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2004). Korean HRM After The Asian Financial Crisis. International Studies of Management and Organisations, 34, pp. 52–82.
  159. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2004). Macro & Micro Approaches in HR Development. Journal of World Business, 38, pp. 349–61.
  160. Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (2004). The Asian Financial Crisis: The Impact on Human Resource Management. International Studies of Management and Organisations, 34, pp. 03–Sep.
  161. Rowley, C., Benson, J. and Warner, M. (2004). Towards an Asian Model of HRM: A Comparative Analysis of China, Japan & Korea. International Journal of HRM, 15, pp. 917–33.
  162. Benson, J. and Rowley, C. (2003). Conclusion: Changes in Asian HRM - Implications for theory and practice. Asia Pacific Business Review, 9(4), pp. 186–195. doi:10.1080/13602380312331288770.
  163. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2003). Introduction: Changes and continuities in Asian HRM. Asia Pacific Business Review, 9(4), pp. 1–14. doi:10.1080/13602380312331288680.
  164. Bae, J. and Rowley, C. (2003). Changes and continuities in South Korean HRM. Asia Pacific Business Review, 9(4), pp. 76–105. doi:10.1080/13602380312331288720.
  165. Rowley, C. (2003). National labour relations in internationalized markets: A comparative study of institutions, change and performance. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 14(2), pp. 355–356. doi:10.1080/0958519021000029162.
  166. Rowley, C. (2003). Key Aspects in the Management of Human Resources across APEC. Asia Pacific Business Review, 10, pp. 100–103.
  167. Rowley, C. (2003). The Korean Economy, Business and Labour: Miracle or Mirage?, Review Symposium. Asia Pacific Business Review, 9, p. 113.
  168. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2003). The Impact of Globalisation on HRM: The Case of South Korea. International abstracts of human resources, 2003 .
  169. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2002). Globalization and transformation of human resource management in South Korea. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 13(3), pp. 522–549. doi:10.1080/09585190110111512.
  170. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2002). Convergence and divergence in Asian human resource management. CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 44(2), pp. 90–+.
  171. Rowley, C. (2002). The realities of human resource management: Managing the employment relationship. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 31(4), pp. 506–507.
  172. Rowley, C. (2002). An introduction to human resource management: Theory and practice. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 31(5-6), pp. 755–756.
  173. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2002). Globalisation & Transformation of HRM in South Korea. International Journal of HRM, 13, pp. 522–549.
  174. Rowley, C. (2002). Hitting The Buffers: Labour Disputes on the British Railways. Financial Times Mastering Management Online, February, pp. 01–Feb.
  175. Rowley, C. (2002). Management in Korea: Background & Traditions. Financial Times Mastering Management Online, December/January, pp. 01–Mar.
  176. Rowley, C. (2002). Management in Korea: Crisis, Reforms & the Future. Financial Times Mastering Management Online, March, pp. 01–Mar.
  177. Rowley, C. (2002). Management in Korea: Employment, Policies & Practices. Financial Times Mastering Management Online, March, pp. 01–Mar.
  178. Rowley, C. (2002). Reversing the Engine: Possible Solutions to Labour Disputes on the Railways. Financial Times Mastering Management Online, April, pp. 01–Mar.
  179. Rowley, C. and Bhopal, M. (2002). The State in Employment: The Case of Malaysian Electronics. International Journal of HRM, 13, pp. 1166–85.
  180. Bae, J. and Rowley, C. (2001). The impact of globalization on HRM: the case of South Korea. Journal of World Business, 36(4), pp. 402–428. doi:10.1016/S1090-9516(01)00064-5.
  181. Rowley, C. (2001). Review symposium - "Now tell me again, what's the best way?" IPD texts in the area of people management. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 30(3), pp. 371–377.
  182. Rowley, C. (2001). "I rest my case...": recent texts in the area of human resource management. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 30(4), pp. 488–493.
  183. Rowley, C., Bae, J. and Sohn, T. (2001). Capabilities to Liabilities in Korean Management. Asia Pacific Business Review, 8, pp. Jan–21.
  184. Rowley, C. (2001). Going Global? Globalization & the Management of Human Resources. Financial Times Mastering Management Online, October, pp. 01–Mar.
  185. Rowley, C., Bae, J. and Sohn, T. (2001). Knowledge, Learning and Change in Korean Management. Asia Pacific Business Review, 8, pp. 182–200.
  186. Rowley, C. and Kim, J. (2001). Managerial Problems In Korea: Evidence From The Nationalized Industries. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 14, pp. 129–48.
  187. Rowley, C. (2001). Now Tell Me Again, What's The Best Way? IPD Texts in the Area of People Management. Personnel Review, 30, pp. 370–77.
  188. Rowley, C. (2000). Review symposium: labour and management going global? INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 11(5), pp. 1008–1013.
  189. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2000). Global Labour: Issues and Themes. Asia Pacific Business Review, 6, pp. Jan–14.
  190. Rowley, C. and Ng, S.K. (2000). Globalisation & Hong Kong's Labour Market: The Deregulation Paradox. Asia Pacific Business Review, 6, pp. 174–92.
  191. Rowley, C. and Benson, J. (2000). Globalisation, Labour and Prospects. Asia Pacific Business Review, 6, pp. 300–8.
  192. Rowley, C. (2000). Labour and Management: Going Global? Review Symposium. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 11, pp. 1005–13.
  193. Rowley, C. (2000). The Internationalisation & Manufacturing: Change or Continuity? Global Focus: International Journal of Business, Economics and Social Policy, 12, pp. 31–40.
  194. Rowley, C. (1999). Introduction - Why services? contexts, themes and comparisons. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 28(5-6), pp. 372–+.
  195. Rowley, C. and Ng, S.K. (1999). Beyond Management: The Paradox of Hong Kong's Economic Advances, Review Essay. Asia Pacific Business Review, 6, pp. 132–37.
  196. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (1999). Hong Kong's Development: Prospects and Possibilities. Asia Pacific Business Review, 6, pp. 123–31.
  197. Rowley, C. (1999). HRM In the Service Sector. Personnel Review, 28, pp. 366–495.
  198. Rowley, C. and Fitzgerald, R. (1999). Managed in Hong Kong: Economic Development, Competitiveness & De-Industrialisation. Asia Pacific Business Review, 6, pp. 01–Dec.
  199. Rowley, C. (1999). Why Services? Contexts, Themes and Comparisons. Personnel Review, 28, pp. 372–81.
  200. Rowley, C. (1998). Back to the Future: Perspectives on Innovation & Technological Change. Asia Pacific Business Review, 5 .
  201. Rowley, C. (1998). Changing Gears?: Developments in the World Auto Industry, Review Symposium. Asia Pacific Business Review, 4, pp. 73–79.
  202. Rowley, C. (1998). Manufacturing Mobility? Internationalisation, Change & Continuity. Journal of General Management, 23, pp. 21–34.
  203. Rowley, C. (1998). Britain's economic miracle: Myth or reality? INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER, 19(3), pp. 208–210.
  204. Rowley, C. (1997). The industrial craftsworker: Skill, managerial strategies and workplace relationships. WORK EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIETY, 11(2), pp. 382–384.
  205. Rowley, C. and Ng, S.K. (1997). At the Break Of Dawn? Hong Kong Industrial Relations: Prospects Under Its Political Transition. Asia Pacific Business Review, 4, pp. 83–96.
  206. Rowley, C. (1997). Comparison & Perspectives On HRM In the Asia Pacific. Asia Pacific Business Review, 3, pp. Jan–18.
  207. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (1997). Korean Business & Management: The End Of The Model. Asia Pacific Business Review, 4, pp. 130–139.
  208. Rowley, C., Bae, J., Kim, D.K. and Lawler, J. (1997). Korean Industrial Relations At The Crossroads: The Recent Troubles. Asia Pacific Business Review, 3, pp. 148–160.
  209. Rowley, C. (1997). Reassessing HRM's Convergence. Asia Pacific Business Review, 3(4), pp. 197–210. doi:10.1080/13602389700000049.
  210. Rowley, C. (1997). Britain's economic miracle: Myth or reality? - Healey,N. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 26(3), pp. 221–222.
  211. Rowley, C. (1996). Are we Turning Japanese? Review Article. Asia Pacific Business Review, 3, pp. 73–80.
  212. Rowley, C. (1996). Flexible Specialisation: Some Comparative Dimensions & Evidence from the Ceramic Tile Industry. New Technology Work & Employment, 11, pp. 125–36.
  213. Rowley, C. and Lewis, M. (1996). Greater China at the crossroads?: Convergence, Culture & Competitiveness. Asia Pacific Business Review, 2, pp. Jan–22.
  214. Rowley, C., Rowley, C. and Aarnio, O. (1996). Skall Servicebranshen Val Rodding? Sysselsahning, Tillvaxtoch Tjanstesektorn (Saved by Services? Employment, Growth and the Service Sector). Ekonomiska Samfundets Tidskrift (Journal of Economics Society of Finland), 49, pp. 63–81.
  215. Rowley, C. (1996). Taming The Tigers: HRM In the Far East, Review Symposium. Asia Pacific Business Review, 3, pp. 84–91.
  216. Rowley, C. (1996). The Globalisation & Regulation of Labour, Conference Report. Asia Pacific Business Review, 3, pp. 78–91.
  217. Rowley, C. (1996). The Party's over: Labour and the European Union. Bruges Group Occasional Paper pp. Jan–22.
  218. Aarnio, O. and Rowley, C. (1996). Saved by services? Employment, growth and the service sector. EKONOMISKA SAMFUNDETS TIDSKRIFT, 49(2), pp. 63–&.
  219. Rowley, C. (1996). The essence of personnel management and industrial relations - Cowling,A, James,P. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 25(1), pp. 67–68.
  220. Rowley, C. (1996). Human resource management in Europe: Perspectives for the 1990s - Kirkbride,P. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 25(1), pp. 69–70.
  221. Rowley, C. (1996). Principles of human resource management - Goss,D. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 25(1), pp. 66–67.
  222. Hendry, C. (1996). Continuities in Human Resource Processes in Internationalisation and Domestic Business Management. Journal of Management Studies, 33(4), pp. 475–494. doi:10.1111/j.1467-6486.1996.tb00165.x.
  223. ROWLEY, C. (1995). CASES IN EUROPEAN HUMAN-RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - KAKABADSE,A, TYSON,S. PERSONNEL REVIEW, 24(7), pp. 72–72.
  224. ROWLEY, C. (1994). JUST WHERE DOES THE BRITISH POTTERY INDUSTRY NOW STAND - A REPLY. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 26(6), pp. 989–990.
  225. Rowley, C. (1994). Just Where Does the Pottery Industry Stand? Environment & Planning A, 26, pp. 989–90.
  226. Rowley, C. (1994). The Illusion of flexible specialisation: the case of the domestic ware sector of the British ceramics industry. New Technology Work & Employment, 9, pp. 127–39.
  227. Rowley, C. (1993). Industrial Relations and Politics. Employee Bulletin & Industrial Relations Digest, 9, pp. 07–Aug.
  228. Rowley, C. (1993). Institute of Employment Rights: Output and Implications. Employee Bulletin & Industrial Relations Digest, 9, pp. 09–Oct.
  229. Rowley, C. (1993). The Role of the State in HRM. Employee Bulletin & Industrial Relations Digest, 9, p. 6.
  230. Rowley, C. (1992). The British Pottery Industry. International Journal of Urban & Regional Planning: Environment & Planning A, 24, pp. 1645–50.
  231. Rowley, C. (1992). The British pottery industry: a comment on a case of industrial restructuring, labour, and locality. Environment and Planning A, 24(11), pp. 1645–1650.
  232. ROWLEY, C. (1991). PATTERNS OF LABOR - WORK AND SOCIAL-CHANGE IN THE POTTERY INDUSTRY - WHIPP,R. BRITISH JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, 29(4), pp. 627–628.
  233. Burrows, P., Rowley, C. and Owen, D. (1974). The economics of accidental oil pollution by tankers in coastal waters. , 3(3), pp. 251–268.

Reports (41)

  1. Rowley, C., Zhu, Y. and Warner, M. (2016). ITOCHU: A Japanese Firm in the Era of Retrenchment and Reform. SAGE.
  2. Rowley, C., Poon, I.H., Zhu, Y. and Warner, M. (2016). HSBC in East Asia (Before the 2008 Credit Crunch). SAGE Publications Ltd.
  3. Rowley, C., Drew, A., Kriz, A. and Keaton, B. (2012). Beyond Cronyism: In pursuit of deep trust in interpersonal relationships in China. Cass Business School, City University London.
  4. Rowley, C. (2010). A New Weapon to Fight Unemployment? Employees for Rent and Alternatives. Argentina.
  5. Rowley, C. (2010). China's Performance: Miracle or Mirage? London.
  6. Rowley, C. (2010). Employees for Rent: A New Weapon to Fight Unemployment in the Crisis? London.
  7. Rowley, C. (2010). Labour Market Challenges in China. Canada.
  8. Rowley, C., Scott Jackson, W., Kariem, B., Porteous, A. and Harb, A. (2010). Maximizing Labour Market Participation: Women in the GCC Workforce. Oxford.
  9. Rowley, C., Scott Jackson, W., Kariem, B., Porteous, A. and Harb, A. (2010). Maximizing Women's Participation in the GCC Workforce: Summary. Argentina.
  10. Rowley, C. (2010). Miracle or Mirage in China? Argentina.
  11. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2010). Why Might Managers Need To Have Some Cultural Intelligence? 117, January, Argentina.
  12. Rowley, C. and Yukongdi, V. (2009). Background & Introduction to The Changing Face of Women Managers in Asia. 109, April, Argentina.
  13. Rowley, C. (2009). Changing Face of Management in Asia. London.
  14. Rowley, C. (2009). Do We Need Processes of Dispute Settlement in Managing Today? Cass, London.
  15. Rowley, C., Yang, H.D., Kang, S. and Kwon, S.D. (2009). E-Marketplace Benefits Over Time, Part 1. July, London.
  16. Rowley, C. (2009). HRM in Market Scenarios: People Management & the Global Economic Crisis. Cass, London.
  17. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2009). Knowledge Management Development: Part 2. 106, January, Argentina.
  18. Rowley, C. and Harry, W. (2009). Managing Different Cultures: Part 1 Varied Expectations & Implications for Management. 107, February, Argentina.
  19. Rowley, C. and Harry, W. (2009). Managing Different Cultures: Part 2 Expectations, Employers Actions & Employing Organisations. 108, March, Argentina.
  20. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2009). Developing A Knowledge Management Culture: Part 1 Knowledge Development & Organisational Learning. March, London: Frank Cass.
  21. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2009). Developing A Knowledge Management Culture: Part 2 System Components & Implications. April, London: Frank Cass.
  22. Rowley, C. and Harry, W. (2009). Different Cultures - Different Expectations: Part 1: Importance & Clash of Organisational & National Cultures. May, London: ICSA/Simon and Schuster.
  23. Rowley, C. and Harry, W. (2009). Different Cultures- Different Expectations: Part 2: Expectations, Employers Action & Beyond the Employing Organisation. June, London: IEA.
  24. Rowley, C., Yang, H.D., Kang, S. and Kwon, S.D. (2009). E-Marketplace Benefits Over Time, Part 2. August, London: Frank Cass.
  25. Rowley, C. (2009). People Management in the Global Economic Crisis. London.
  26. Rowley, C. and Yukongdi, V. (2009). The Changing Face of Women Managers in Asia. London.
  27. Rowley, C. and Yukongdi, V. (2009). The Changing Face of Women Managers in China and Hong Kong. Argentina.
  28. Rowley, C. and Yukongdi, V. (2009). The Changing Face of Women Managers in Japan. Argentina.
  29. Rowley, , c, and Yugongdi, V. (2009). The Changing Face of Women Managers in Malaysia & Singapore. 115, November, Argentina.
  30. Rowley, C. and Yukongdi, V. (2009). The Changing Face of Women Managers in South Korea. 116, December, Argentina.
  31. Rowley, C. and Yugongdi, V. (2009). The Changing Face of Women Managers in Taiwan. 115, December, Argenitina.
  32. Rowley, C. (2009). The 'Credit Crunch' in Asia: Problems or Opportunities? Cass, London.
  33. Rowley, C. and Yang, H. (2009). The Development of Asian Performance Management Systems: The Example of South Korea. London.
  34. Rowley, C. (2008). Implications From The 'Credit Crunch' In Asia For Management. Argentina.
  35. Rowley, C. and Poon, I. (2008). Knowledge Management Development: Part 1. Argentina.
  36. Rowley, C. (2008). Less Bleak Scenario For Asian Economires After Global Crisis. China.
  37. Rowley, C. (2008). Whither The 'Credit Crunch' in Asia? London.
  38. Rowley, C. (2003). Complexity at Work: Just Where is it all Leading?.
  39. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2003). The Impact of Globalisation on HRM..
  40. Rowley, C. (2000). Why Services?.
  41. Hendry, C. and Rowley, C. (2000). The Extent, Causes and Implications of Skill Deficiencies in Telecommunications. London: Department for Education and Employmen (DfEE).

Other (17)

  1. Rowley, C. (2010). HS Talks: Managing people.
  2. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2009). Line Management & Pay for Performance in China's Knowledge-Intensive Industries.
  3. Rowley, C. and Wei, Q. (2009). Performance Management in China: A Case Study of Knowledge-Intensive Companies.
  4. Rowley, C. (2008). Management and Culture in Malaysia.
  5. Rowley, C. (2007). Asian Women Managers.
  6. Rowley, C. (2007). Global Leadership.
  7. Rowley, C. (2007). Women Managers Across Asia.
  8. Rowley, C. (2007). Women Managers in Asia.
  9. Rowley, C. (2004). AIM: Implications.
  10. Rowley, C. and Bae, J. (2002). Corporate Crisis & Transformation in South Korea.
  11. Rowley, C. (2002). Globalisation and Employment Relations.
  12. Rowley, C. (2000). Globalisation & HRM.
  13. Rowley, C. (2000). Globalisation & Transformation in HRM.
  14. Rowley, C. (2000). HRD in the New Millennium.
  15. Rowley, C. (2000). HRM in the 21st Century.
  16. Rowley, C. (2000). HRM: European & Asian Perspectives.
  17. Rowley, C. (2000). Internationalisation.

Course Directorship

- 1995 - 1996, Undergraduate Programme, Director
- 1994 - 1995, Third Year Academic Coordinator, Director

Subject/Academic Leadership

- 2005 - 2013, HRM and OB Group, Subject Leader
- Center for Research in Asian Management, Director
- Inter-Disciplinary PAW Research Centre, Deputy Director
- Research and Publications, HEAD Foundation, Singapore, Director
- HEAD Foundation Think Tank, Singapore, Director
- Asia Pacific Business Review, Journal Editor
- Asian Studies (Chandos), Book Series Editor
- Working in Asia (Routledge), Book Series Editor
- International Journal of HR Management, Editorial Board
- Human Resource Management, Editorial Board
- Asia Pacific Journal of Business Administration, Editorial Board
- Korean Journal of Management, Editorial Board
- International Journal of Workplace Management, Editorial Board
- 1996 - 2006, Personnel Review, Editorial Board

Collaborations (Academic) (2)

Consultancy (2)

  1. DfEE (Public Sector) (Jan 1999 – Jan 2000)
    Research and report on skills deficiences in telecomms
  2. NUR (Public Sector) (May – Sep 1987)
    Research on membership and technology

Editorial Activities (44)

  1. Journal of APEC Studies, Member of Editorial Board, 2016 – present.
  2. South Asian Journal of Global Business Research, Member of Editorial Board, 2013 – present.
  3. Strategic Human Resource Management Journal, Member of Editorial Board, 2010 – present.
  4. Strategic Human Resource Management Journal, Referee, 2010 – present.
  5. Human Resource Management, Special Editor, 2010 – present.
  6. Business Management Review, Member of Editorial Board, 2009 – present.
  7. International Journal of Employment Studies, Member of Editorial Board, 2009 – present.
  8. Business Management Review, Referee, 2009 – present.
  9. International Journal of Employment Studies, Referee, 2009 – present.
  10. Asia Pacific Journal of Business Adminstration, Member of Editorial Board, 2008 – present.
  11. Korean Journal of Management, Member of Editorial Board, 2008 – present.
  12. Asia Pacific Journal of Business Administration, Referee, 2008 – present.
  13. International Journal of Business and Society, Referee, 2008 – present.
  14. International Journal of Workplace Management, Referee, 2008 – present.
  15. Korean Journal of Management, Referee, 2008 – present.
  16. Human Resource Management, Special Editor, 2007 – present.
  17. International Journal of Human Resource Management, Special Editor, 2007 – present.
  18. Management Revue, Special Editor, 2007 – present.
  19. Management Revue, Referee, 2006 – present.
  20. Asia Pacific Business Review, Special Editor, 2006 – present.
  21. Human Resource Management, Member of Editorial Board, 2005 – present.
  22. International Journal of Human Resource Management, Member of Editorial Board, 2004 – present.
  23. Asia Pacific Business Review, Special Editor, 2004 – present.
  24. International Studies of Management and Organization, Special Editor, 2004 – present.
  25. Journal of World Business, Special Editor, 2004 – present.
  26. Asia Pacific Business Review, Special Editor, 2003 – present.
  27. Asia Pacific Business Review, Editor, 2001 – present.
  28. Asia Pacific Business Review, Special Editor, 2001 – present.
  29. California Management Review, Referee, 2000 – present.
  30. Human Resource Management, Referee, 2000 – present.
  31. International Journal of Human Resource Management, Referee, 2000 – present.
  32. International Studies of Management and Organization, Referee, 2000 – present.
  33. Journal of World Business, Referee, 2000 – present.
  34. Asia Pacific Business Review, Special Editor, 2000 – present.
  35. Asia Pacific Business Review, Special Editor, 1999 – present.
  36. Personnel Review, Special Editor, 1999 – present.
  37. Asia Pacific Business Review, Special Editor, 1998 – present.
  38. Asia Pacific Business Review, Editor, 1997 – present.
  39. Personnel Review, Member of Editorial Board, 1996 – 2006.
  40. Asia Pacific Business Review, Special Editor, 1996 – present.
  41. Asia Pacific Business Review, Book Reviews Editor, 1994 – 2001.
  42. Personnel Review, Referee, 1992 – present.
  43. Editor, Asia Pacific Business Review
    Editor, Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management
    Series Editor
    .
  44. Editor, Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management.

Events/Conferences (112)

  1. (Conference) Harbin, China (2017). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Publishing
    Author: Rowley C
  2. Human Resource Management and Professional Development in the Digital Age. Singapore (2016). Organising Committee.
  3. Samsung ER Institute. (Workshop) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: UK Performance & Brexit
    Author: Rowley C
  4. Korea Labor Institute. (Workshop) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Chinese Trade Unions
    Author: Rowley C
  5. Ewha University. (Workshop) Oxford, UK (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Oxford and Leadership
    Author: Rowley C
  6. Asian Business & Management. (Conference) Queen Mary, London, UK (2016).
    Paper: Efficient Network Building In China: Identity Confirmation Perspective
    Author: Rowley C
  7. Operational Research Society. (Conference) Portsmouth University, Portsmouth, UK (2016).
    Paper: Creating an Ambidextrous Context Through HRM
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: P. Shina, V.Pereira & A.Malik
  8. AoM. (Conference) Anaheim, US (2016).
    Paper: Leadership in Vietnam
    Author: Rowley C
  9. AIB. (Conference) Dubai (2016).
    Paper: Implementing Global-Local Strategies Through Internal-External Processes: Creating Ambidextrous Context Thrpough HRM Context
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: P. Shina, V.Pereira & A.Malik
  10. Yonsei University. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: International Variations in Leadership
    Author: Rowley C
  11. Sogang University. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leadership
    Author: Rowley C
  12. Kyung Hee University. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Publishing
    Author: Rowley C
  13. Kyung Hee University. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Inter-Cultural Communications
    Author: Rowley C
  14. Korea University. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Leadership Internationally
    Author: Rowley C
  15. Hanyang University. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: International Leadership
    Author: Rowley C
  16. Ewha Women's University. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2016).
    Paper: Leadership & Brexit
    Author: Rowley C
  17. SK Group. (Workshop) Seoul, Korea (2016). Invited speaker.
    Paper: International Leadership
    Author: Rowley C
  18. AoM. (Conference) Vancouver, Canada (2015).
    Paper: We Could Do Better, But… Employee’s Positive Identity Building Privcess & Firm Growth: Building A Pactice Based View
    Author: Vancouver, Canada
  19. Asian HRM. Paris, France (2014). Organising Committee and Session/Day Chair.
  20. Leadership Theories, Models & Effectiveness in Global Context. AVIC HR Group, Oxford, UK (2014). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  21. Human Resource Management and Professional Development in the Digital Age. Singapore (2014). Organising Committee.
  22. HRM in Asia: Distinctiveness of Asian HRM Colloquium. (Conference) Paris, France (2014).
    Paper: Differentiation of compensation systems in the Chinese pharmaceutical industry
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: Q.Wei
  23. Distinctiveness Of Asian HRM. (Conference) Paris, France (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Developments in Asian HRM Research
    Author: Rowley C
  24. Managing HR Rewards, AVIC HR Group. Oxford, UK (2013). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  25. HR Capacity Building, AVIC HR Group. Oxford (2013). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  26. Assessment in HRM, CASS HR Group. Oxford, UK (2013). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  27. Managing HR Rewards, Airport HR Group. Oxford (2013). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  28. HR Capacity Building, Airport HR Group. Oxford (2013).
  29. Seismic Shifts: Metrics, Measures & Rankings & Changes in the World of Journals. (Workshop) Oxford, UK (2013).
    Author: Rowley C
  30. HRM & Professional Development. (Conference) Singapore (2013). Invited speaker.
    Paper: HRM & PD
    Author: Rowley C
  31. Methods of Assessment in HRM, Prof Exams Group. Oxford (2013). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  32. HRM & Professional Development for the Digital Age. Bali, Indonesia (2012). Organising Committee.
  33. HR Capacity Building, HR & Social Security Group. Oxford (2012). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  34. Research & Publishing on Asia. Singapore (2012). Organising Committee and Session/Day Chair.
  35. Human Capital in Asia. Singapore (2012). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  36. Research & Publishing on Human Capital Development. Beijing, China (2012). Session/Day Chair.
  37. SKOPE - Vocational Education & The Sciences. (Seminar) Oxford, UK (2012).
    Author: Rowley C
  38. Research & Publications in Asia. (Seminar) Singapore (2012). Invited speaker.
    Author: Rowley C
  39. Research and Publications on Human Capital Development. (Seminar) Beijing, China (2012). Invited speaker.
    Author: Rowley C
  40. Human Capital in Asia. (Seminar) Singapore (2012). Invited speaker.
    Author: Rowley C
  41. GST. (Conference) Seoul, South Korea (2012).
    Paper: Users' Personality Traits as Predictors of UCC Usage on the Internet: Examples from South Korea
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: Y.J.Moon, S.Kang, J.Han & M.S.Kim
  42. European International Business Association. (Conference) Brighton, UK (2012).
    Paper: Beyond Cronyism: In Pursuit of Deep Trust
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: A.Drew, B.Keating & A.Kriz
  43. Ownership Commission - Aspects in Asia. Singapore (2011). Organising Committee and Session/Day Chair.
  44. Performance Management for the Public Sector. Oxford (2011). Session/Day Chair.
  45. SKOPE Future of Education. (Seminar) Oxford, UK (2011).
    Author: Rowley C
  46. Skills Measurement. (Seminar) Oxford, UK (2011).
    Author: Rowley C
  47. Chinese Local Government Officials Briefing. (Workshop) Oxford, UK (2011). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Performance Management for the Public Sector
    Author: Rowley C
  48. HEAD Foundation. (Workshop) London, UK (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: The Role of Research & Think Tanks
    Author: Rowley C
  49. HEAD Foundation. (Workshop) Singapore (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: The Role of Research on Human Capital Development in Asia
    Author: Rowley C
  50. Human Capital Development in Asia. Singapore (2010). Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  51. Role of Research, Publications and Think Tanks in Human Capital. Singapore (2010). Organising Committee and Session/Day Chair.
  52. Pay for Performance for the Public Sector. Oxford (2010). Session/Day Chair.
  53. HRM and Knowledge Management. Oxford (2010). Session/Day Chair.
  54. UKRO Funding. (Seminar) London, UK (2010).
    Author: Rowley C
  55. SKOPE Migrant Labour. (Seminar) Oxford, UK (2010).
    Author: Rowley C
  56. HEAD Foundation. (Seminar) Singapore (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: The Roles of Research, Publications and Think Tanks
    Author: Rowley C
  57. Asia Human Capital Leadership. (Seminar) Singapore (2010).
    Author: Rowley C
  58. Malaysia Briefing. (Workshop) Franham (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Context in Malaysia
    Author: Rowley C
  59. GAC Chinese Customs & Excise Officials Briefing. (Workshop) Oxford, UK (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Pay Systems & The Public Sector
    Author: Rowley C
  60. Chinese Airport Service Industry Briefing. (Workshop) London, UK (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Knowledge Management in Theory & Practice: An Asian Perspective
    Author: Rowley C
  61. Human Capital in Asia: People Strategies for Asia. (Conference) Singapore (2010).
    Author: Rowley C
  62. AGBA. (Conference) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2010). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Asian HRM
    Author: Rowley C
  63. AGBA. KL, Malaysia (2009). Session/Day Chair.
  64. BAM. (Conference) UK (2009).
    Paper: Line Management & Pay For Performance in China
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: Q.Wei
  65. AOM. (Conference) Chicago, US (2009).
    Paper: Performance Management in China
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: Q.Wei
  66. AGBA Business in a Globalised Era. (Conference) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2009). Invited speaker.
    Author: Rowley C
  67. Specialised Country Briefing for Malaysia. (Workshop) Farnham (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Context in Malaysia
    Author: Rowley C
  68. Briefing. (Workshop) Farnham (2008). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Context in Malaysia
    Author: Rowley C
  69. Money, Economy & Management. (Conference) Imperial College, London, UK (2008).
    Paper: The Globalisation of Asian Firms
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: X.Li & I.Poon
  70. BAM. (Conference) UK (2008).
    Paper: Pay For Performance In China
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: Q.Wei
  71. Academy of Management 'The Questions We Ask. (Conference) Anaheim, California, US (2008).
    Paper: Pay for Performance: Design & Implementation in China's Non-Public Enterprises
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: Q.Wei
  72. Yonsei University Faculty and PhD Seminar. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2007). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Women Managers in Asia
    Author: Rowley C
  73. Korea Women's Development Institute Staff Workshop. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2007). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Women Managers in Asia
    Author: Rowley C
  74. Hanyang University Seminar. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2007). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Women Managers in Asia
    Author: Rowley C
  75. Ewha Women's Universiry Lecture. (Seminar) Seoul, Korea (2007). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Women Managers in Asia
    Author: Rowley C
  76. SG Group HR Managers Training & Development. (Workshop) Seoul, Korea (2007). Invited speaker.
    Paper: International Leadership
    Author: Rowley C
  77. Peer Review Workshop. (Workshop) Oxford, UK (2007).
    Paper: Participant
    Author: Rowley C
  78. Editors Round Table. (Workshop) Oxford, UK (2007).
    Paper: Participant
    Author: Rowley C
  79. European Reward Management. (Conference) Belgium (2007).
    Paper: Reward Systems in China's Non-Public Enterprises
    Author: Rowley C
    Co-authors: Q.Wei
  80. Directing Research Centres. (Workshop) London, UK (2006).
    Paper: Participant
    Author: Rowley C
  81. Clarendon Lectures. (Seminar) Oxford, UK (2005).
    Paper: Attendee
    Author: Rowley C
  82. (Seminar) Yonsei University, Korea (2004).
    Paper: Advanced Institute of Management Research: Overview, Implications & Lessons
  83. Employment Relations in the Asia Pacific Region. International IR Association Asian Congress, Korea (2004).
    Paper: Dynamics and Diversity
  84. Keimyung University, Taegu, Korea (2004).
    Paper: Korean Academy of Management
  85. Cranfield University (2003).
    Paper: Diversity Under Globalisation
  86. Vrije University, Amsterdam (2003).
    Paper: Cranfield University
  87. (Seminar) Unions 21 (2003).
    Paper: Government and Unions
  88. (Seminar) TUC (2003).
    Paper: What Makes for Effective Trade Unionism
  89. Community Unionism. (Seminar) Amicus, London (2003).
  90. Korea Academy of Managemwent. Seoul, Korea (2002). Session/Day Chair.
  91. APJM, Thailand (2002).
    Paper: Corporate Crisis and Turnaround in Asia
  92. (Seminar) Unions 21 (2002).
    Paper: Unions and Globalisation
  93. (Seminar) Unions 21 (2002).
    Paper: Information and Consultation Rights
  94. (Seminar) Unions 21 (2002).
    Paper: Making Unions Matter
  95. (Seminar) TUC (2002).
    Paper: Knowledge-driven Economy
  96. Korea (2002).
    Paper: Korean Academy of Management
  97. Oxford (2001).
    Paper: Resisting Globalisation
  98. Unions 21 (2001).
    Paper: Unions and Labour's Second Term
  99. Unions 21 (2001).
    Paper: Looking Back To The Future
  100. Association Francophone de Gestaion des Ressources Humaines. (Conference) Paris, France (2000).
    Paper: Convergece and Divergence in Asian HRM
    Author: Rowley C
  101. TUC/Unions 21 (2000).
    Paper: New Century, New Agenda
  102. SKOPE. University of Oxford (2000).
    Paper: Continuing Development: Looking Ahead
  103. SERTUC. (2000).
    Paper: Black Workers and New Unionism
  104. IERA. Singapore (2000).
    Paper: ER in the Year 2000
  105. ASEAS. UNL (1999).
    Paper: Asian Management in Crisis
  106. Unions 21 (1998).
    Paper: Fairness at work
  107. SERTUC. (1998).
    Paper: Is Race A Barrier to Free Movement Within the EU?
  108. TUC (1997).
    Paper: Corporate Campaigning To Win
  109. TUC (1997).
    Paper: New Unionism-Organising For Change
  110. Unions 21 (1997).
    Paper: Creating Partnerships
  111. TUC (1997).
    Paper: New World Organizing Across Frontiers
  112. University of Warwick (1996).
    Paper: The Globalisation & Regulation of Labour

Media Appearances (113)

  1. (2017) Financial Times (newspaper).
  2. (2017) People Management Asia (magazine).
  3. ‘The Gig Economy’, M.Calnam. (2016) People Management Asia (magazine).
  4. ‘Fallout forcasts polarise opinion’, N.Stewart. (2016) FT Adviser (website).
  5. ‘What could a vote to leave look like?’, E.Duncan. (2016) FT Adviser (website).
  6. ‘Healthcare benefits squeezed ’, R.Tuxford. (2016) People Management Magazine (magazine).
  7. ‘As Seen On TV: Union Slams Asos “Big Brother” Plan To Monitor Staff’, S.Bearne & J.Prynn: p26. (2016) The Evening Standard (newspaper).
  8. ‘Power of Engagement Drives Up Profit’, C.Bettelley. (2016) The Times (newspaper).
  9. ‘Fashion firm Asos slammed over plan to monitor staff on CCTV’. (2016) Abomus News (website).
  10. 'Malaysian Employers Facing Labour Shortage Urge Government To Lift Ban On Foreign Workers'. (2016) People Management Magazine (magazine).
  11. Employers ‘May Favour Under-25s in Hiring’ to Get Around National Living Wage. (2016) Recruiting Times (magazine).
  12. ‘Enterprise Cost Reducton: Less is More’, pp.34-36. (2016) CFO Magazine (magazine).
  13. ‘Employers May Favour Under-25s In Hiring To Get Round NLW’, G.Lewis. (2016) People Management (magazine).
  14. ‘Employee Surveillance at ASOS’, S.Bearne. (2016) Evening Standard (newspaper).
  15. ‘Osborne Warns Firms Not To Cut Perks On Back of NLW’. (2016) Trooclick (unknown).
  16. ‘An Interesting Read On The Forthcoming Referendum’, D.Birchall, HR Director. (2016) Linkedin (website).
  17. ‘Should You Tell Your Staff How To Vote In The EU Referendum’, M.Calnam. (2016) CIPD/People Management (magazine).
  18. 'Living Wage 也会更加愿意消费,如果 ... 英国针对25岁以上劳工“全国最低生活工资’. (2016) Living Wage Foundation (website).
  19. 'Plant Talent: Essential Guide To Global Recruitment’. (2016) BPS World Resourcing Specialists (website).
  20. 'National Living Wage’. (2016) Sina New Finance and Economics (website).
  21. ‘National Living Wage Introduced’. (2016) HR Legal Service in Association with Employment Services Partnership (website).
  22. ‘National Living Wage Introduced’. (2016) Workers of England Union (website).
  23. ‘National Living Wage Introduced’, B.Frith. (2016) HR Magazine (magazine).
  24. ‘Staff Accuse B&Q of Using National Living Wage as ‘Excuse’ to Cut Pay & Benefits’, G.Lewis. (2016) People Management (magazine).
  25. ‘Global Recruitment’, G.O’Toole. (2016) BPS World Resourcing Specialists (website).
  26. ‘Gender Pay Gaps – Reporting Requirements’. (2016) HR Bullets (website).
  27. ‘HR Analytics – The State of Play'. (2016) HR Bullets (website).
  28. ‘Should HR Give Up A Board Seat?’, K.Tuxford, p.34-5. (2016) People Management Asia (magazine).
  29. 'Cave Considers if there is Good Time to Fire the CE’, T.Curtin. (2016) Curtin & Co (website).
  30. ‘Shown The Exit’, A.Cave. (2016) CorpComms Magazine, Issue 99 (magazine).
  31. 2016 Outlook: Special Section on Brexit: Industry Built on Talent Nervous About Change’, B.Goyder, p.9. (2016) Financial News/Dow Jones, Issue 979 (website).
  32. ‘Sports Direct review “A Sop” Says Academic’, B.Frith. (2015) HR Magazine (magazine).
  33. ‘Sports Direct’s Ashley to Face MPs over Work Conditions’. (2015) Kingstone Labour (website).
  34. ‘Front Page: Sports Direct Boss to Face MPs’ Questions’. (2015) Global Headlines (website).
  35. ‘Sports Direct’s Mike Ashley to Face MPs Over Working Conditions’, S.Goodley, S.Farrell & J.Kollewe. (2015) The Guardian (newspaper).
  36. ‘Sports Direct’s Ashley to Face MPs over Work Conditions’. (2015) Firelooks (website).
  37. ‘Christmas Period is the Most Stressful for Employees’, L.Graham. (2015) CNBC.com (website).
  38. 'HR Trends for 2016’, L.Mitchell. (2015) ESP HR Solutions (website).
  39. (2015) Independent Online (website).
  40. ‘How Can Organisations Retain Top Talent’, J.Harper. (2015) People Management Asia (magazine).
  41. ‘Generation Z Could Disrupt Marketing & Advertising’, G.Luke. (2015) CNBC News (website).
  42. ‘Introduction of National Living Wage & October 2015 National Minimum Wage’. (2015) ASAP Office Services (website).
  43. ‘Technology & HRM Changes’, C.Chynoweth. (2015) People Management (magazine).
  44. ‘Build a Personal Brand’, p.31. (2015) People Management Middle East, Issue 1 (magazine).
  45. 'The Knowledge: Build a Personal Brand’, p.31. (2015) People Management Asia, Issue 1 (magazine).
  46. ‘Amazon’s Feedback Coming to an Office near you’ , H.Kirton. (2015) People Management (magazine).
  47. ‘Leadership & Management Skills for 2016’, N.Martindate. (2015) Edge (unknown).
  48. ‘Cultural Issues in Doing Business Overseas’, S.Brooke. (2015) TheTelegraph (newspaper).
  49. ‘The End for Performance Appraisals?’, J.Martin. (2015) BBC News (unknown).
  50. ‘Freedom of Speech at Work’, B.Borzykowski. (2015) BBC Capital (website).
  51. ‘Are B-Schools Not Producing HR Experts?’, S.V.Jayram. (2015) HR in Asia (website).
  52. 'Strikes in UK and France’, D.Ranasinghe. (2015) CNBC (website).
  53. ‘Employer Responsibilities and Demographic Changes’ H.Pozniak. (2015) FT Web (unknown).
  54. ‘Accounting Scandal Forces Mass Resignations at Toshiba’, N.Goodway & B.Chu. (2015) The Independent (newspaper).
  55. ‘Toshiba Chief Resigns –Japanese Corporate Culture’, S.Kirby. (2015) Channel4 News (website).
  56. ‘Branding HR Practitioners’, V.Arnstein. (2015) People Management/CIPD (magazine).
  57. ‘Osborne’s Budget 2015: A Flawed Effort?’ (2015) Asian Voice (newspaper).
  58. ‘Budget 2015: The Experts Respond’. (2015) OpenLearn, Open University (website).
  59. ‘Budget: Small Business Bear Brut of Living Wage’, M.Pagano. (2015) The Independent (newspaper).
  60. ‘Overseas Starters’, V.Arnstein. (2015) People Management/CIPD (magazine).
  61. ‘Loss of Toyota’s First Female Executive Blow To Jaspan’s Diversity Drive’ C.Trudell & Y.Hagiwara,. (2015) The Japan Times (newspaper).
  62. ‘Toyota’s 1st Female Exec Resigns After 90 Days’, C.Trudell. (2015) Bloomberg (Tokyo) (website).
  63. ‘New NEDs’, C. Chynoweth. (2015) Board Agenda (unknown).
  64. ‘CEO Defining Moments & Shaping Behaviour’, C.Chynoweth. (2015) Sunday Times (newspaper).
  65. ‘Board equality is struggle for Japan’s womenomics, E.Duncan. (2015) Financial Times (newspaper).
  66. ‘Why The Fund Firm COO Faces Extinction?’, A.Williams. (2015) Financial Times (newspaper).
  67. ‘Shareholder-friendly Japan Inc is Slow Business’, M.Marriage. (2015) Financial Times (newspaper).
  68. ‘A Softer Clash: Asia Ageing’, H.Uttley. (2015) Workplace Benefits & Savings (unknown).
  69. ‘Women & Optimal Recipes for Economic Performance’. (2014) Al Bayan Newspaper (newspaper).
  70. Low pay means taxpayers are subsidising bad employers. (2014) Financial Times (newspaper).
  71. Is All Expenditure on Education Good for Employee Resourcing and Business? (2013) HR Matters.
  72. ‘Bridging the Gulf’, P.Koorosh. (2012) InBusiness, (16 Spring ) (magazine).
  73. ‘Exit Interviews: Curing ‘Revolving Door’, N.Huber. (2011) Professional Manager (magazine).
  74. Foreign academics on Chinese economy becoming number 2 in the world: The Geese Still Fly. (2011) www.cntv.cn (website).
  75. Foreign academics on Chinese economy becoming number 2 in the world: The Geese Still Fly. (2011) www.sohu.com (website).
  76. The geese still fly, albeit in a more erratic formation. (2011) www.chinaemba.com (website).
  77. Inflation is the next big thing in Europe? (2011) China Daily (newspaper).
  78. ‘Gulf states: Womens studies find champion’, W.Sawahel. (2011) UniversityWorldNews (website).
  79. (2011) China Radio International (radio).
  80. ‘Bridging the Gender Gap’, Gillian Duncan. (2011) The National (newspaper).
  81. ‘UAE – Home-working Vital To Participation’. (2011) Arab Times Online (website).
  82. ‘UAE – Home-working Vital To Participation’. (2011) MENAFN.com (website).
  83. Women’s Empowerment: Emir’s Role Lauded’. (2011) The Peninsula (newspaper).
  84. ‘Female Workforce in GCC Can Add $363b to GDP’. (2011) Bahrain Online News (website).
  85. ‘Bahrain Jobs Push for Women Wins Praise’. (2011) Gulf Daily News (newspaper).
  86. ‘GCC Urged Use of Qualified Female Workforce’, S.V.Perumal. (2011) GulfTimes (newspaper).
  87. ‘Home Working “Can offer GCC Women a Chance” '. (2011) Trade Arabia (website).
  88. Bahrain tops GCC with 85% female literacy. (2011) Trade Arabia (website).
  89. Bahrain jobs for women wins praise. (2011) Gulf daily news (newspaper).
  90. GCC urged to make use of its qualified female workforce. (2011) www.gulf-times.com (website).
  91. Homeworking vital to participation. (2011) www.arabtimesonline.com (website).
  92. Home-working can offer GCC women a chance. (2011) Trade Arabia (website).
  93. ‘Inflation is the Next Big Thing’, Qian Yanfeng. (2011) China Daily (newspaper).
  94. World Economic Forum Kicks Off in Davos. (2011) American Public Radio (radio).
  95. The World Economic Forum opens in Davos. (2011) American Public Radio (radio).
  96. ‘Aggressive Hiring Keeps The Talent Moving’, Elaine Moore. (2010) Financial Times (newspaper).
  97. (2010) Cankaoxiaoxi (newspaper).
  98. Aggressive hiring keeps the talent moving. (2010) www.ft.com (website).
  99. (2010) China Radio International (radio).
  100. Making the Most of Human Resources. (2010) www.crienglish.com (website).
  101. (2010) Professional Manager (magazine).
  102. China's Labour Market Challenges. (2010) China Business News (website).
  103. Se il lavoro arriva con l'affitto. (2010) Corriere Della Sera (newspaper).
  104. People power. (2010) Linklaters Quarterly.
  105. Co-Creation: The New Frontiers of Competitive Advantage. (2010) Effective executive.
  106. Prospects for Industrial Relations in the UK. (2008) International Labour Brief.
  107. (2008) Financial Times (newspaper).
  108. Less bleak scenario for Asian economies after global crisis. (2008) Shanghai Daily (newspaper).
  109. Prospects for Industrial Relations in the UK. (2008) International Labour Brief.
  110. Less Bleak Scenario for Asian Economics after Global Crisis. (2008) Shanghai Daily (newspaper).
  111. Employment Strategy and Policy in the Asian Region. (2007) International Labour Brief.
  112. (2006) Daily Mirror (newspaper).
  113. ‘Diversity in the Boardroom: “Ornamental Directors”’. Work.(CIPD) Issue 4 (March) (unknown).