The journal International Management (IM) is an independent academic publication. IM publishes original articles in French, English and Spanish from around the world. Its target audience is scholars and high-level managers who want to keep abreast of the latest knowledge in the field. IM aims to contribute to the advancement of the knowledge and practice of management internationally by publishing theoretical analyses and empirical works. Since its foundation, IM has defined itself as a journal that emphasizes the following aspects: fostering the development of young researchers and encouraging debate among scholars from various academic traditions around the world.
Since its creation in 1996, IM has been published on a regular quarterly basis. Every year, 2 regular issues and from 2 to 4 thematic issues are also published. The Editorial Committee chooses the themes at the beginning of each academic year. Issues are published at the end of the season (winter, spring, summer, fall). Each publication is immediately made available on the journal’s website (http://managementinternational.ca/), on Érudit, the largest Canadian portal for scientific publications, EBSco and Proquest, and is distributed to every subscriber (institution or individual) across the African, European and American continents.