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Management : Journal of Contemporary Management Issues
The primary goal of MANAGEMENT - Journal of Contemporary Management Issues is to present current research in the field of management both to domestic and foreign public. The Journal deals with pressing problems, not only of general nature, but especially with those occurring in the countries in transition. In fact, it aims to cover functional issues, specific topics and general aspects of management related to all kinds of organizations – manufacturing and service companies, profit-making firms and non-profit organizations, private and public, as well as large and small enterprises.
Our Editorial board consisted of (until 2017): Sue Birley (U.K.), Attila Chikan (Hungary), Mike Cuthbert (U.K.), Jozef Dziechciarz (Poland), Choh -Huat Goh (U.S.A.), Robert M. Grant (U. K.), Iraj Hashi (U.K.), Štefan Ivanko (Slovenia), Josef Langer (Austria), Brano Markić (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Josef Mugler (Austria), Ram Pakath (U.S.A.), Andrew Pettigrew (U.K.), Vojko Potočan (Slovenia), Paulette Robic (France).
The Editorial board is being re-structured. You will be able to find information about the new Editorial board here in 2018.
This journal is referred in the following citation and bibliographical databses: Journal of Economic Literature/EconLit (American Economic Association), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), EBSCO Publishing, ERIH Plus (Norwegian Social Science Data Services), GALE/Cengage, Index Copernicus (Poland), IBZ Online (Internationale Bibliographie der geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlichen Zeitschriftenliteratur), ProQuest International Bibliography of the Social Sciences and ABI/INFORM, SciVerse SCOPUS (Elsevier).
Starting with Vol 22, No. 1 (2017), the journal is also referred by the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) - Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics - ex Thomson Reuters).
First year of publication: 1996
Frequency (annually): 2
|Scientific disciplines and subdisciplines:
||Economics; Information and Communication Sciences; Sociology; Psychology; Interdisciplinary Social Sciences;
Date added to HRČAK: 21 January 2008
All content published in the Journal is made freely available, immediately after publication, without any charges, to individual and institutional users. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in the open-access repository of this Journal, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author, according to the Creative Commons CC BY-ND license, available at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/
Scientific papers, to be published in Management - Journal of Contemporary Management Issues, are, at least, subjected to the double-blind peer review process.
This journal has the permanent policy of publishing only the original, high-quality, peer-reviewed content, without any fees charged to the authors.
Management - Journal of Contemporary Management Issues has voluntarily adopted the ethical and plagiarism guidelines, as recommended by the International standards for editors and authors, adopted at the Second World Conference on Research Integrity, held in Singapore (2010).