Management international (Mi) is an independent peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality articles in French, English and Spanish pertaining to the field of international management. Mi aims to contribute to the process of producing and disseminating knowledge to improve understanding of various dimensions of management on an international scale. To this end, Mi publishes manuscripts dedicated to empirical works, theoretical analyses, and critical analyses produced by researchers interested in international management issues.
Since its founding, Mi has prioritized three editorial choices: a) encouraging high-level scientific debate in the field of international management between universities around the world by allowing researchers from different countries speak in the language of their choice. This makes Mi one of the very rare academic journals allowing authors to write articles in French, English or Spanish; b) helping young researchers take an interest in the general field of management internationally, gain exposure, and join the field’s community of researchers; c) encourage debate between researchers with different research traditions and perspectives.
Mission and Objectives
Management international (Mi) is a renowned journal in the field of international management. For more than 25 years, Mi has been publishing high-quality articles addressing today’s major management issues.
The journal Mi is open to different research perspectives and approaches from around the world. It encourages high-quality research rooted in various research traditions, methodological approaches and management fields. It was designed to build, grow and strengthen a community of thinkers and pluralistic research.
Whether you are an Mi reader, author, peer reviewer, or member of the scientific community or editorial committee, the role of the editorial team is to provide guidance to advance knowledge that is relevant and rooted in today’s major issues, and to draw attention to your work.
Mi ‘s editorial team ensures due respect for authors, evaluators, and reviewers, as well as processes of evaluation, production and dissemination that are confidential, rigorous, and show integrity. This aligns with the highest international standards for scientific publications in the field.
Articles published in Mi must put forth ideas that contribute to existing knowledge in the field of international management. Mi is open to and favours a plurality of perspectives and approaches, which must be solidly rooted in academic literature to make a real contribution. Empirical research must also be founded on rigorous methodology.
Mi publishes different types of contributions:
- Texts presenting a specific problem in international management, with a theoretical framework, an empirical foundation, and research results
- Research notes primarily aimed at presenting theoretical perspectives, conceptual frameworks, and research methods or results
- Reading summaries devoted to research summaries published in recent books
- Reading notes for critical discussion on recent works and selections from recent writings
- On occasion, Mi publishes a piece by editorial staff or confirmed researchers in the Opinions section.
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- Phone: (514) 340-6806
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Back issues (77 issues)
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- Volume 26, Number 6, 2022
Volume 26, Number 5, 2022
Les écoles de gestion : entre critique, résistance et transformation
- Volume 26, Number 4, 2022
Volume 26, Number 3, 2022
La recherche en management internationale et l’Afrique — Une perspective de recherche-action
Volume 26, Number 2, 2022
Les espaces de coworking, une forme nouvelle d’entrepreneuriat collectif ou socialisé ?
- Volume 26, Number 1, 2022
Volume 26, Number special, 2022
Crise et adaptation en Management International
Volume 25, Number 6, 2021
Les promesses et les défis de la confiance
Volume 25, Number 5, 2021
Le management à l’heure de la globalisation : universalisme ou particularisme ?
Volume 25, Number 4, 2021
Entre traditions et changements : l’économie sociale en Europe depuis le début de la crise économique de 2008
- Volume 25, Number 3, 2021
Volume 25, Number 2, 2021
La Responsabilité Sociale de L’entreprise comme système ordonné dans un environnement chaotique
- Volume 25, Number 1, 2021
Volume 25, Special Issue, 2021
Communautés, écosystèmes et innovation
Volume 25, Number spécial, 2021
Les ressources au service du Management International
- Volume 25, Number 6, 2021
Volume 24, Number 6, 2020
Approche(s) territoriale(s) de la GRH et de l’entrepreneuriat : Quels enjeux ? Quels process ? Quelles limites ?
Volume 24, Number 5, 2020
Les paradoxes de l’innovation collaborative
Volume 24, Number 4, 2020
Volume 24, Number 3, 2020
Management international en Afrique : présentation des articles et regards croisés
- Volume 24, Number 2, 2020
- Volume 24, Number 1, 2020
Volume 24, Special Issue, 2020
Ruptures et changements : une problématique au coeur du Management International
- Volume 24, Number 6, 2020
Volume 23, Number 5, 2019
Entre logiques individuelles et collectives, aux fondements de la société entrepreneuriale
Volume 23, Number 4, 2019
Comprendre les capacités dynamiques : la perspective des micro-fondations
Volume 23, Number 3, 2019
Le management public entre confiance et défiance
- Volume 23, Number 2, 2019
- Volume 23, Special Issue, 2019
- Volume 23, Number 5, 2019
Volume 22, Number 1, Fall 2017
Créativité organisationnelle : quels enjeux en management stratégique dans un contexte mondialisé ?
- Volume 21, Number 4, Summer 2017
Volume 21, Number 3, Spring 2017
Communautés et réseaux de pratique : organisations innovantes et globalisation des connaissances
Volume 21, Number 2, Winter 2017
Les nouvelles frontières du management public
- Volume 22, Number 1, Fall 2017
- Volume 19, Number 1, Fall 2014
- Volume 18, Number 4, Summer 2014
Volume 18, Number 3, Spring 2014
Une approche pluridisciplinaire du capital immatériel : vers de nouvelles perspectives ?
- Volume 18, Number 2, Winter 2014
Volume 18, Special Issue, 2014
Ancrages culturels et dynamiques du Management International
Volume 18, Number 1, Fall 2013
Le Management International entre local et global
- Volume 17, Number 4, Summer 2013
Volume 17, Number 3, Spring 2013
« Luxury entrepreneurship » ou l’entrepreneuriat du luxe : des opportunités de demain pour des activités « human push » ?
- Volume 17, Number 2, Winter 2013
Volume 17, Special Issue, 2013
Management et Diversité : lignes de tension et perspectives
- Volume 18, Number 1, Fall 2013
Volume 17, Number 1, Fall 2012
Les défis du Management International à l’aube du XXIème siècle
- Volume 16, Number 4, Summer 2012
Volume 16, Number 3, Spring 2012
La transformation des organisations publiques
- Volume 16, Number 2, Winter 2012
Volume 16, Special Issue, 2012
Gestion des Connaissances dans la Société et les Organisations
- Volume 17, Number 1, Fall 2012
Volume 15, Number 1, Fall 2010
Paradigme éclectique, modèle Uppsala… Quoi de neuf pour analyser les décisions et modes d’investissement à l’international ?
- Volume 14, Number 4, Summer 2010
Volume 14, Number 3, Spring 2010
Le management stratégique de la propriété intellectuelle : nouvelles perspectives et nouveaux enjeux
- Volume 14, Number 2, Winter 2010
- Volume 15, Number 1, Fall 2010
Volume 14, Number 1, Fall 2009
L’entrepreneuriat familial, un champ en devenir
- Volume 13, Number 4, Summer 2009
Volume 13, Number 3, Spring 2009
Les sciences de gestion et la question de la liberté
- Volume 13, Number 2, Winter 2009
Volume 13, Special Issue, 2009
Les villes créatives : une comparaison Barcelone – Montréal
- Volume 14, Number 1, Fall 2009
Editorial policy and ethics
Management international (Mi) is an academic journal. It publishes quality articles that have undergone a strict peer review process in accordance with principles, rules, and practices designed to protect the double-blind review principle. All manuscripts submitted to the journal Mi are peer reviewed in accordance with the principles, rules and practices of double-blind review.
Each manuscript submitted for eventual publication in Mi is evaluated by a peer-review committee comprising three teacher-researchers. Committee members are selected among reputable researchers who have published the most in the field in question. As needed, a fourth evaluator may be called upon to give the deciding opinion when diverging opinions are identified by the editors of Mi.
The peer-review process at Mi the focal point of its mission. Through this process, Mi supports and forms young researchers as well as its research community. Reviewers receive a peer-review guide compelling them to produce clear, respectful and instructive reviews. They receive two review grids, one for the author and the other for the editors.
Editors carefully study the peer-review reports and take into account all comments before making a clear and duly justified editorial decision.
A summary report and an editorial decision (rejection, acceptance with no revisions, acceptance with minor or major revisions) are drafted and issued based on the peer-review reports.
In the interest of transparency, while adhering to the principles, rules and practices of a double-blind review, Mi editors provide the author and reviewers with a copy of the decision and the (detailed) review reports that support it.
Mi’s authors are given regular updates on where their manuscript is in the peer-review process. They are also given an explanation if there are any delays.
- International economy
- Administration and management of public policy at the international level
- Public management at the international level
- Finance management, Control & Reporting at the international level
- General management at the international level
- Human resources management at the international level
- Marketing at the international level
- Operations and production management at the international level
- Intellectual property at the international level
- Change management at the international level
- Managerial reform at the international level
- Communication-negotiation at the international level
- Business ethics at the international level
- Globalization- PVD-NPI-PET
- Information technology at the international level
- Innovation and entrepreneurship at the international level
- Intercultural management
- Company mergers at the international level
- Knowledge management at the international level
- Organizational performance at the international level
- Privatization at the international level
- Project management at the international level
- Risk management at the international level
- Strategy-competition at the international level
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