management revue

Management Revue is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary European journal publishing both qualitative and quantitative work, as well as purely theoretical papers that advances the study of management, organization, and industrial relations. Management Revue publishes articles that contribute to theory from a number of disciplines, including business and public administration, organizational behavior, economics, sociology, and psychology. Reviews of books relevant to management and organization studies are a regular feature.

Special issues provide a unique and rich insight into the issue's research field. Each special issue, organized by selected guest editors, will comprise at least two (controversial) overview articles from leaders in the field, at least three new empirical papers and up to ten book reviews related to the relevant topic.

Management Revue offers depth insights into selected research topics by providing potentially controversial perspectives, new theoretical insights, valuable empirical analysis and brief reviews of key publications. The goal is to establish Management Revue as a top quality symposium journal for the international academic community.

The annual workshop "Organizational Theory" of Management Revue held at the Inter University Center Dubrovnik is a multidisciplinary forum for discussing empirical and theoretical studies with colleagues and students. The yearly seminar takes place in springtime (one week) and is open to be used for preparing a special issue of Management Revue.

Management Revue is online available via ABI/INFORM Global and Rainer Hampp Verlag and listed via RePEcEconPapersIDEASCNKI Scholar and Elsevier/Scopus.



Call for Papers: Special Issue 'Digital Working Life'


Guest Editors:
Mikael Ottosson, Lund University (Sweden)
Calle Rosengren, Lund University (Sweden)
Doris Holtmann, Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg (Germany)
Wenzel Matiaske, Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg (Germany)

Working life is undergoing a radical change in which new digital technologies are changing the nature of labour and its organizational forms in a pervasive manner, regardless of whether it concerns qualified professionals or labourers. The framework, which previously regulated the content of work, as well as when, where and how it would be conducted is being reconsidered. A process that presents both challenges and possibilities.

Posted: 2016-06-07 More...

Call for Papers: Special Issue 'Demands in the modern workplace'


Guest Editors:
Sascha Ruhle, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
Johannes Siegrist, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
Stefan Süß, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
Eva-Ellen Weiß, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany

The flexibility of work organization and employment, the growing need for training and development, digitalization of work, the increasing blurring boundaries between work and private life - the list of developments that have shaped the modern working world in recent years is long. Those developments will continue to affect employees as well as organizations and economies. Especially for employees, several of these developments are challenges rather than improvements. Various approaches have increased our understanding of these and similar challenges, including the job demand-control model (Karasek, 1979), leader-member exchange (Graen & Uhl-Bien, 1995; Hesselgreaves & Scholarios, 2014), the effort–reward imbalance model (Siegrist, 2002) and the concept of work-family conflict (Barnett, 1998).

Posted: 2016-06-07 More...

Call for Papers: Special Issue 'Post-Growth Organization'


Guest Editors:

Matthias Rätzer, Technical University Chemnitz, Germany
Ronald Hartz, Technical University Chemnitz, Germany
Ingo Winkler, University of Southern Denmark

For a couple of years now growth-driven societies have been in a permanent state of crisis. Since 2007 the global financial crisis and its aftermath are challenging our ideas of growth, well-being, consumption and work within global capitalism. Consequently, critical scholars in management and organization studies have begun to advocate alternative forms of organization and to problematize the collective imagination that ‘there is no alternative to growth’ (Parker et al. 2014; Atzeni 2012).

Posted: 2016-05-31 More...

Table of Contents: Management Revue - Socio-Economic Studies - Vol. 27, Issue 1+2

1st & 2nd Issue 2016
Management Revue - Socio-Economic Studies, Volume 27
Special Issue 'Ageing Societies: Comparing HRM Responses in Germany and Japan'
edited by Keith Jackson & Philippe Debroux
Keith Jackson & Philippe Debroux
HRM responses to ageing societies in Germany and Japan: Contexts for comparison - Editorial 
Posted: 2016-03-02 More...
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ISSN: 1861-9908