Research on Theoretical Analysis and Optimization Path of Strategic Human Resource Management——Based on the perspective of Labor Economics


  • Wang Shuang School of Economics and Management, Guangxi Normal University, Guilin 541006, China Author



Strategic Human Resource Management, Labor Economics, Theoretical Analysis, Optimization Paths


With the deepening development of economic globalization and the increasing intensity of social competition, the striving for and cultivation of human resources by economic entities has gradually become one of the inevitable choices for their survival and development, and the human resource management system that matches the needs of social development and the strategic objectives of enterprises has gradually become an important competitive advantage of enterprises. Therefore, each enterprise must take its own ability endowment as the foundation, fully understand the problems and needs of social and economic development, and use the high-quality solutions created by human resources as the tool to highly match the development trend of society, so as to promote the realization of the enterprise's economic and social benefits. Based on this, this paper discusses the application value of labor economics in strategic human resource management, introduces the basic content of strategic human resource management, and puts forward the effective landing strategy of strategic human resource management based on the perspective of labor economics.


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Shuang, W. (2024). Research on Theoretical Analysis and Optimization Path of Strategic Human Resource Management——Based on the perspective of Labor Economics. Global Academic Frontiers, 2(3), 1-11.