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目次

  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    • The Age of Globalization
    • The Move Towards Utilizing More International Human Resources
    • Growing Interest in Social and International Contribution
    • Diversity Management
    • Literature Review
    • Studies in the Field of International Management
    • Studies in Career Development
    • Purpose and Hypothesis
    • Purpose
    • Research Questions
    • Hypotheses
    • Research Methods
    • Outline of the Book
  • Chapter 2 Human Resource Management(HRM)Practices in the UN Common System−A Comparison with Japanese HRM
    • The Human Resource Management Practices in the UN Common System:Overview
    • Target Group of Staff Members
    • Grade
    • Nationality of Staff Members
    • Duty Station
    • Languages
    • Salary
    • Fringe Benefits
    • Working Hours
    • Annual Paid Leave
    • Maternity Leave
    • Home Leave
    • Diversity Management Strategies
    • The General Recruitment Policies in the International Organizations of the UN Common System
    • Methods of Recruitment to the UN Common System
    • Promotion and the Assignment of Staff Members
    • The Recruitment Policies of the Major International Organizations in the UN Common System by Organizational Characteristics
    • The Recruitment Policy of the UN Secretariat
    • The Recruitment Policy of the UNDP
    • The Recruitment Policy of Humanitarian Assistance Organizations
    • The Recruitment Policy of Specialized Organizations
    • Discussion
    • Main Findings and Recommendations
  • Chapter 3 The First Survey Conducted on the Careers of Japanese International Civil Servants
    • Introduction
    • Data Collection
    • Findings
    • Overview
    • Cross Tabulation and Results
    • Educational Background
    • Occupational Field
    • Grade
    • Preparation
    • Motivations for Working in the UN Common System
    • Age
    • Prior Work Experience
    • Entry Method
    • Important Factors to Consider When Working for the UN Common System
    • Job Satisfaction
    • Working Hours
    • Salary
    • Fringe Benefits
    • Satisfaction at Duty Station
    • Overall Satisfaction
    • Future Increase of Japanese International Civil Servants
    • Difficulties at Duty Stations
    • Continuing to Work at the UN Common System until the Mandatory Retirement Age
    • Finding a Job in Japan
    • Current Concerns
    • Discussion
    • Main Findings and Recommendations
  • Chapter 4 A Statistical Analysis of the First Survey−Characteristics of Japanese Formal Staff Members
    • t‐test
    • Factor Analysis
    • Factor Analysis by Gender
    • Multiple Regression Analysis
    • Discussion
    • Main Findings and Recommendations
  • Chapter 5 The Second Survey Conducted on the Career of International Civil Servants−Comparative Analysis between Japanese Formal Staff Members and Non‐Japanese Staff Members
    • Target Group and Data Collection
    • The Relationship between the First Survey and the Second Survey
    • Problems Encountered during Data Collection
    • Overview−Comparison between Japanese Formal Staff Members and Non‐Japanese Staff Members
    • Age
    • Nationality
    • Country of Duty Stations
    • Number of Countries of their Duty Stations
    • Years of Service
    • Academic Qualifications
    • Specialized Field of Study at the Last Degree Held
    • Organizations
    • Grade
    • Salary
    • Subordinates
    • Field of Specialization and Occupational Field
    • Organization Prior to Recruitment in the UN Common System
    • Age on Becoming a Formal Staff Member
    • Entry Routes
    • Motivations for Working in the UN Common System
    • Preparation
    • Utilization of Professional Skills
    • Professional Development
    • Working Hours
    • Fringe Benefits
    • Overall Satisfaction
    • Important Factors to Consider When Working for the UN Common System
    • Difficulties at Duty Station
    • Current Concerns:Job‐related and Outside the Workplace
    • Continuing to Work in the UN Common System until the Mandatory Retirement Age
    • Finding a Job Outside the UN Common System
    • Discussion
    • Main Findings and Recommendations
  • Chapter 6 Job Satisfaction by Occupational Field−Results from Interviews with Japanese Formal Staff Members Employed by the UN Common System
    • Purpose of Interviews and Methods
    • Overview of Interview Respondents and Summary of Interviews
    • Study Abroad Experience
    • Job Satisfaction by Occupational Field
    • Specialist Group
    • Finance Specialist Group
    • The Program Management Coordination Group
    • Administration and HR Group
    • Assistance to Developing Countries Group
    • Changing of Specialized Field and Transferrring to other Occupational Groups
    • Career Anchor
    • Main Findings and Recommendations
  • Chapter 7 Final Reflections and Recommendations
    • Overview of Survey Results
    • Tests of the Hypotheses
    • Characteristics of International Civil Servants
    • Reflections on Methods
    • Value of Interview Records
    • Final Recommendations for the Career Development of International Civil Servants
    • Final Recommendations for the Globalization of Japanese Enterprises
    • Recommendations for Future Research
    • Future Prospects