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Human Resource Management in Brunei

This is a research of institutions and the impact of HR practices on organisational performance in an emerging market setting. As such, this research seeks to evaluate the utility of more sophisticated HR practices where institutional arrangements may be less developed or more fluid, as well as on the relative incentives encouraging firms to make use of these practices in such contexts.

This research provides performance-driven solutions that could add value to the wider business community in the country of Brunei and other comparable markets in South East Asia and beyond. This work is distributed through high-impact journal articles, conference presentations, research workshops and seminars, and initiatives with CIPD.

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by Dr Tamer Darwish and Jocelyne Fleming

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Find out more about this research project on the research repository

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This research forms part of the Applied Business and Technology research priority area.