original scientific papers, professional papers, short notes, preliminary
communications, reports, reviews and cases in the field of management. An
appendix to the Journal contains book reviews, short news items, a list of
scientific meetings and information about master studies of management in
Original scientific papers contain the results of original research which have not
been previously published. Papers are referred and, once accepted, may not be offered for publication
Professional papers contain the results of professional investigations. These papers are also
referred and, once accepted, may not be offered for publication elsewhere.
Short notes contain the results of limited, but completed investigations.
Preliminary communications contain scientific and professional information which
requires rapid publication.
Reviews contain a
description of scientific and professional information in a shortened form.
Author reviews are original papers which give a concise critical report of a field of
investigation which is currently of special interest.
Cases contain a
description of an enterprise's situation in a shortened form.
The journal MANAGEMENT will be published two times a year.
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