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 screened by anti-plagiarism software, 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.

Depuis l’entrée de Mi dans les classements des revues savantes opérés à l’échelle internationale (FNEGE, HCEERS, CNRS…), le nombre de manuscrits soumis à la revue a connu une très forte croissance. En particulier, les soumissions reçues dans le cadre des numéros et dossiers thématiques faisant suite à des appels internationaux à contribution sont en croissance soutenue (Cf. Tableau 1 ci-dessous)

Période triennale utilisée pour les classements de la FNEGE Nombre des manuscrits soumis sur la période Nombre moyen de manuscrits soumis par année
Période 1 : 2010-2012 447 149
Période 2 : 2013-2015 565 188
Période 3 : 2016-2018 660 220
Période 4 : 2019-2021 214

Le taux de manuscrits rejetés en pré-évaluation («desk-reject») par le Comité éditorial de Mi se situe autour 45 %. Beaucoup de manuscrits rejetés sont des papiers qui s’écartent de la ligne éditoriale de la revue en ne présentant aucune dimension de management à l’échelle internationale.

Le taux de rétention, soit le pourcentage de manuscrits acceptés pour publication après les 3 à 4 rondes d’évaluation par les pairs se situe autour de 15 %. Celui-ci serait encore plus faible si l’on prenait en compte les viviers initiaux d’appels à communication ou colloques qui ont abouti à la publication de dossiers/numéros thématiques/spéciaux (ex : Atlas AFMI cité plus haut). En effet, les calculs effectués par l’équipe éditoriale sont établis sur la base des manuscrits traités par la revue.

Ces deux indicateurs éditoriaux permettent d’apprécier à la fois la qualité (sélectivité) scientifique des textes publiés par Mi et sa notoriété grandissante.

  • 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
  • Internationalization
  • Knowledge management at the international level
  • Leadership
  • 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

Mi’s editorial team fully subscribes at its core in the values of trust and mutual respect, non-disclosure and thoroughness that define the ethical and intellectual integrity of the members of every scholarly community active on an international scale. Therefore, Mi‘s editors attach the utmost importance to upholding the highest academic standards regarding intellectual property and the moral and legal liability of the authors submitting the results of their scholarly work to Mi

Before submitting a manuscript to Mi, each author (co-author) should ensure the following :

– All text submitted to MI must have never been published (in its full or partial)
– Must not be under evaluation for another review in parallel with Mi
– The authors are held accountable to each other
– The authors are invited to draw up a list of reviewers with whom they are in conflict of interest. This list will remain confidential
– The rules on plagiarism were observed by the authors
– The text respects Mi Style Guide

All authors whose manuscripts have been accepted for publication in Mi will be required to fill out and sign a copyright assignment form.

All manuscripts should be submitted in Word format

Please include two versions of the submission to your email: one with a cover page containing the author’s full scholarly information contact and, any acknowledgments and one with a cover page without identification. These two files must be named NOMINATIVE and NON-NOMINATIVE respectively.

In the non-nominative file, there should be no identifying information about the authors.

The anonymity of the electronic property of the NON-NOMINATIVE file must also be respected.

Also include in your email the field of interest and the theme your submission falls under.