Renewal of M@n@gement’s editorial team


Dear colleagues, the Association Internationale de Management Stratégique (AIMS) and the M@n@gement journal are pleased to announce the appointment of two new editors-in-chief: Héloïse Berkowitz (CNRS Toulouse School of Management) and Hélène Delacour (Université de Lorraine).

In addition to their arrival, the journal is also pleased to welcome new and old members of the editorial team, which now counts, in alphabetical order: Rachel Bocquet (University of Savoie), Paul Chiambaretto (Montpellier Business School), Michael Grothe-Hammer (Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg / Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Jeremy Morales (King’s College London), Stéphan Pezé (Toulouse School of Management), Simon Porcher (IAE de Paris / University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Kenneth de Roeck (Grossman School of Business, University of Vermont), Vittoria Scalera (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Viviane Sergi (UQAM) and Anne Touboulic (Nottingham University Business School). Olivier Germain (UQAM) is associate editor for the Unplugged section. Finally, M@n@gement will now benefit from the precious help of two Social Networks coordinators: Philippe Coulombel (Toulouse Business School) and Vittoria Scalera (Universiteit van Amsterdam).

AIMS and M@n@gement warmly thank the outgoing editorial team for its involvement in the journal’s service for the past 3 years, as well as the immense quality of the work carried out for the community. Our sincere thanks go to our colleagues Thibaut Daudigeos (Grenoble École de Management) and Thomas Roulet (University of Cambridge), the editors, as well as the associate editors, Colette Depeyre (Paris-Dauphine University), Alexandra Gerbasi (University of Exeter Business School), by interim Audrey Rouziès (Toulouse School of Management) and associate editors, Saulo Barbosa (EM Lyon) and Bertrand Valiorgue (University Clermont Auvergne).


Some News for M@n@gement!

As part of the co-editors’ new mandate, several major projects have been implemented. M@n@gement migrated to a new submission platform: OJS (Open Journal System) developed by the PKP (Public Open Knowledge) multi-university open science initiative, in line with the journal’s open-science philosophy.

M@n@gement is also pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership with Open Academia, a scientific publishing initiative supporting free and open access journals. As part of this partnership, the M@n@gement website has been completely redesigned (, as well as the articles layout.

M@n@gement will also be DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) certified. This is an important step in the recognition of the genuine open-science model that M@n@gement has adopted since its creation.

We invite you to discover M@n@gement’s new style as well as the platform’s and website’s new features.

Hoping for your numerous submissions,

AIMS & M@n@gement