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Halliday et al. 2002. Halliday, John; Hager, Paul. A theory of informal learning at work: Implications for VET. In Manning, Sabine; Griffiths, Toni; Oliveira, Teresa (eds). VETNET ECER 2002 proceedings: Current research in European vocational education and human resource development. Berlin: Wissenschaftsforum Bildung und Gesellschaft e.V. [Internet]. 
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Halmos et al. 2001. Halmos, C.; Krisztián, B.; Nemeskéri, Z. Developing the strategic transfer of modern human resources management skills at the university of Pécs. In Streumer, Jan (ed.). Perspectives on learning at the workplace: Theoretical positions, organisational factors, learning processes and effects. Proceedings second conference HRD research and practice across Europe, January 26-27, 2001. UFHRD, Euresform, AHRD. Supplement. Enschede: University of Twente, pp. 127-132. 

Hamblett et al. 2003. Hamblett, John; Thursfield, Denise. Other voices: A short case for the development of an historical dimension of to the study of workplace and lifelong learning. In Human Resource Development International. Vol. 6, No 2, pp. 167-186. 
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Hamlin 2002a. Hamlin, R.G. In support of evidence based management and research informed HRD through HRD professional partnerships: An empirical and comparative study. In Human Resource Development International. Vol. 5, No 4, pp. 1-25. 
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Hamlin 2002c. Hamlin, R.G. Towards evidence-based HRD practice. In Stewart, J.; McGoldrick, J.; Watson, S. (eds). Understanding Human Resource Development : A research-based approach. London: Routledge, pp 93-121. 

Hamlin 2002d.  Hamlin, R.G. Towards a universalistic model of leadership: A comparative study of British and American empirically derived criteria of managerial and leadership effectiveness. Wolverhampton: University of Wolverhampton Business School (Working Papers; WP005/02).
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Hamlin 2004. Hamlin, Robert G. In support of universalistic models of managerial and leadership effectiveness: Implications for HRD research and practice. In Human Resource Development Quarterly. Vol.15, No 2, pp. 189-215.
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Hamlin 2005. Hamlin, Robert G. Toward universalistic models of managerial leader effectiveness: A comparative study of recent British and American derived models of leadership. In Human Resource Development International. Vol. 8, No 1, pp. 5-25. 
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Hamlin et al. 1998. Hamlin R.G.; Reidy M.; Stewart, J. Bridging the HRD research practice gap through professional partnerships. In Human Resource Development International. Vol. 1, No 3, pp. 273-290. 
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Hamlin et al. 1999. Hamlin R.G.; Reidy M.; Stewart, J. Effective management culture change through research-based management development: A British case study. In Management Development Forum, Empire State College, State University of New York. Vol. 2, No. 1, pp 21-47. 

Hamlin et al. 2001. Hamlin, R.G.; Keep, J.; Ash. K. Organisational change and development: A reflective guide for managers, trainers and developers. London: Financial Times Pitman Publishing, pp. 39-60.

Harrison 1988. Harrison, Rosemary. Training and development. London: Institute of Personnel Management. 

Harrison 1999. Harrison, Rosemary. The Training and Development Audit. Cambridge: Cambridge Strategy Publications.

Harrison 2000. Harrison, Rosemary. Learning, knowledge productivity and strategic progress. In International Journal of Training and Development. Vol. 4, No 4, pp. 244-258. 
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Harrison 2005. Harrison, Rosemary. Learning and development. 4th ed. London: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. 

Harrison et al. 1998. Kessels, Joseph; Harrison, Rosemary. External consistency: The key to success in management development programmes. In Management Learning. Vol. 29, No 1. pp. 39-68. 

Harrison et al. 1999. Harrison, Rosemary; Miller, Susan. The contribution of clinical directors to the strategic capability of the organisation. In British Journal of Management. Vol. 10, pp.23-39. 

Harrison et al. 2001. Harrison, Rosemary; Smith, R. Practical judgement: Its implications for knowledge development and strategic capability. In Hellgren, B.; Lowstedt, J. (eds.). Management in the thought-full enterprise: European ideas on organizing. Norway: Fagbokforlager Vigmostad & Bjork AS, pp. 195213. 

Harrison et al. 2003a.  Harrison, Rosemary; Kessels, Joseph. Human resource development in a knowledge economy: An organisational view. Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]

Hatcher et al. 2000. Hatcher, Tim; Aragon, Steven R. Rationale for and development of a standard on ethics and integrity for international HRD research and practice. In Human Resource Development International. Vol. 3, No 2, pp. 207-319. 
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Heerkens et al. 2005.  Heerkens, H.; Heijden, B.I.J.M. van der. On a tool for analysing cognitive processes using exploratory think-aloud experiments. In International Journal of Human Resources Development & Management. Vol. 5, No 3, pp. 240-283.

Hegewisch et al. 1993. Hegewisch, A.; Brewster, C. Policy and practice in European human resource management: The Price Waterhouse Cranfield Survey. London: Routledge. European developments in human resource management. London: Kogan Page. 

Heidegger 2004. Heidegger, Gerald. Suggestions for improving the framework conditions for re-enter initiatives: European policy recommendations. In Evans, Karen; Niemeyer, Beatrix (eds.). Reconnection: Countering social exclusion through situated learning. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers (Lifelong Learning Book Series, Vol. 2).

Heidegger et al. 2000. Heidegger, Gerald; Hendrich, Wolfgang; Evans, Karen; Hoffmann, Bettina; Saxbey Smith, Susan; Figueira, Eduardo; Oliveira, Eva Dias de; Patiniotis, Nikitas; Kondyli, Dimitra. Tacit forms of key-competences for changing employment opportunities: European research project within the scope of Leonardo da Vinci: Short overview of the main research results. Flensburg. Editors: BIAT - Berufsbildungsinstitut Arbeit und Technik; University of Surrey, Great Britain; Universidade de Evora; University of Patras.

Heidegger et al. 2000a. Heidegger, Gerald; Hendrich, Wolfgang (eds.). Tacit forms of key-competences for changing employed opportunities. Final report. Flensburg: University Flensburg/ BIAT.

Heidegger et al. 2000d. Heidegger, Gerald; Hendrich, Wolfgang (eds.). Tacit forms of key-competences for changing employed opportunities. 3rd common report: The importance of tacit competences in the view of trainers and labour market experts. Flensburg: University Flensburg/ BIAT.

Heidegger et al. 2002. Heidegger, Gerald; Kampmeier, Anke; Niemeyer, Beatrix. Gender specific key qualifications for working life. In Manning, Sabine; Griffiths, Toni; Oliveira, Teresa (eds). VETNET ECER 2002 proceedings: Current research in European vocational education and human resource development. Berlin: Wissenschaftsforum Bildung und Gesellschaft e.V. [Internet]. 
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Heidemann 2000. Heidemann, Winfried. Involvement of German social partners in developing training regulations. In Laur-Ernst, Ute; King, Jeffrey (eds.). In search of world class standards in vocational education and training. Bonn. 

Heidemann 2001. Heidemann, Winfried. Knowledge and skills for the new economy: The role of educational policy. In Labour Education and Training Research Network. Training matters: Works in progress 2001-03. Ontario: Centre for Research on Work and Society, York University. 

Heidemann 2003. Heidemann, Winfried. Lifelong learning, training development and the knowledge-based society: The impact of the European Employment Strategy the challenges for trade unions. In: Foden, David; Magnusson, Lars (eds.). Five years experience of the Luxembourg employment strategy. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute (ETUI). 

Heijden 2000. Heijden, B.I.J.M. van der. The development and psychometric evaluation of a multi-dimensional measurement instrument of professional expertise. In High Ability Studies: The Journal of the European Council for high ability. Vol. 11, No 1, pp. 9-39. 

Heijden 2001. Heijden, B.I.J.M. van der. Encouraging professional development in small and medium-sized firms: The influence of career history and job content. In Career Development International. Vol. 6, No 2 & 3, pp. 156-168. 
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Heijden 2003. Heijden, B.I.J.M. van der. Organisational influences upon the development of occupational expertise throughout the career. In International Journal of Training and Development. Vol. 7, No 3, pp. 142-165. 
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Heijden et al. 2003. Heijden, B.I.J.M. van der; Nijhof, A.H.J. The value of subjectivity: Problems and prospects for 360-degree appraisal systems. In International Journal of Human Resource Management (forthcoming). 
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Heikkinen 2004. Heikkinen, Anja. Re-enter initiatives in the context of integrative vocational education and training. In Evans, Karen; Niemeyer, Beatrix (eds.). Reconnection: Countering social exclusion through situated learning. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers (Lifelong Learning Book Series, Vol. 2).

Heimer et al. 1998. Heimer, C.; Vince, R. Sustainable learning and change in international teams: From imperceptible behaviour to rigorous practice. In Leadership and Organisational Development Journal. Vol. 19, No 2, pp. 83-88. 

Hempe 2001. Hempe, Sabine. HRD from a business strategic point of view. In Streumer, Jan (ed.). Perspectives on learning at the workplace: Theoretical positions, organisational factors, learning processes and effects. Proceedings second conference HRD research and practice across Europe, January 26-27, 2001. UFHRD, Euresform, AHRD. Enschede: University of Twente, pp. 377-380. 

Henderson 2001. Henderson, I. Strategic type, HRM and management development in Scottish firms. In Streumer, Jan (ed.). Perspectives on learning at the workplace: Theoretical positions, organisational factors, learning processes and effects. Proceedings second conference HRD research and practice across Europe, January 26-27, 2001. UFHRD, Euresform, AHRD. Supplement. Enschede: University of Twente, pp. 109-126. 

Hertog et al. 2000. Hertog, J.F. den; Huizenga, E. The knowledge enterprise: Implementing intelligent business strategies. London: Imperial College Press.

Hill et al.2001. Hill, R.; Stewart, J. Leadership, change and learning in a small voluntary organisation. In Streumer, Jan (ed.). Perspectives on learning at the workplace: Theoretical positions, organisational factors, learning processes and effects. Proceedings second conference HRD research and practice across Europe, January 26-27, 2001. UFHRD, Euresform, AHRD. Enschede: University of Twente, pp. 267-272. 

Hiltrop et al. 1995. Hiltrop, J.M.; Despres, C.; Sparrow, P.R. The changing role of HR managers in Europe. In European Management Journal. No 13, pp. 91-98. 

Hofmaier 2000. Hofmaier, Bernd. Regional development and learning: case studies in Southern Sweden. In Nyhan, Barry; Attwell, Graham; Deitmer, Ludger (eds.). Towards the learning region: Education and regional innovation in the European Union and the United States. Thessaloniki: CEDEFOP, pp. 105-114. 
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Hofstede 1991. Hofstede, G. Cultures and organisations: Software of the mind. McGraw-Hill.

Holden et al. 2003. Holden, Rick; Smith, Vikki; Devins, Dave. Using 'employee-led development' to promote lifelong learning in SMEs: A research note. In Human Resource Development International. Vol. 6, No 1, pp. 125-132. 
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Holden et al. 2004. Holden, R.J.; Harte, V. New graduate engagement with 'professional development': A pilot study. In Journal of European Industrial Training. Vol. 28, No 2/3/4, pp. 272-282. 
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Holden et al. 2005. Holden, R.J.; Jameson, S.; Lashley, C. Graduate transition into employment in hospitality SMEs: On a road to nowhere? In Industry and Higher Education. Vol. 19, No 1, pp. 65-74. 
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Horst et al.1999. Horst, Hilde ter; Mulder, Martin; Tjepkema, Saskia. HRD Models and Variations in Learning Organisations in the US, Japan and Europe. In Lasonen, Johanna et al. (eds.). Conference Proceedings: ECER 99 Conference: EERA Network 2 programme; VETNET and AHRD; Lahti, Finland, 22-25 September 1999. Jyväskylä: Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyväskylä, pp. 141-158 [parallel Internet version by British Education Index; Education-line: Electronic texts in education and training]. 
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Horst et al.2000. Horst, H.M. ter; Tjepkema, S.; Mulder, M.; Scheerens, L. (eds.). Glimpses of changing HRD practices in learning oriented organisations throughout Europe: Practitioner's book. Enschede: University of Twente. 
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Hutchings et al. 2005. Hutchings K.; Weir, D. Cultural embeddedness and contextual constraints: Knowledge-sharing in Chinese and Arab countries. In Thunderbird International Review: special Issue on The Silk Road: IN PRESS.

Husemann et al. 2004. Husemann, R.; Heikkinen, A. (eds.). Governance and marketisation in vocational and continuing education. Bern: Peter Lang AG, European Academic Publishers.

Hytönen 2002. Hytönen, T. Exploring the practice of human resource development as a field of professional expertise. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä (Jyväskylä Studies in Education, Psychology and Social Research; 202).

Hytönen et al.2002a. Hytönen, T.; Poell, R.; Chivers, G. HRD as a professional career? Perspectives from Finland, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. In Nijhof, Wim J.; Heikkinen, Anja; Nieuwenhuis, Loek (eds.). Shaping flexibility in vocational education and training. Dordrecht/Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 
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