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Human resource management, organizational performance, and publicness : The case of Korean higher educational institutions

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  • Human resource management, organizational performance, and publicness
  • Kim, Taeyeon
  • Seoul National University


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Title Human resource management, organizational performance, and publicness
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The case of Korean higher educational institutions

Material Type Articles
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Kim, Taeyeon

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Seoul, South Korea : Seoul National University

Date 2016
Journal Title; Vol./Issue The Korean Journal of Policy Studies:vol.31(no.2)
Pages 29
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Education
Government and Law < Governance
Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding Seoul National University
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Abstract

This study investigates the relationship between top managers’ efforts of human resource management and organizational performance with a dataset of 155 universities in Korea. The author also examines the moderating effect of publicness measured by ownership (whether it is a public or private university) on the relationship of human resource management and performance. The results show that the efforts of top managers to improve human resource management have a positive relationship with one of the two research performance indicators examined in this study. Also, the moderating effects of publicness on the relationship between human resource management and performance are clearly shown in the analysis of both research performance indicators, which means top managers’ effort of human resource management in public universities is more conducive to research performance than in private universities. The findings of the present study imply the linear linkage between top managers’ effort of human resource management and organizational performance and the moderating role of publicness in the management-performance linkage.