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Journal of Management Inquiry

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Duration first review round 3.6 mnths compare →
Total handling time accepted manuscripts 8.1 mnths compare →
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Overall rating manuscript handling 4.0 (range 0-5) compare →

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First review round: 13.9 weeks. Overall rating: 4 (very good). Outcome: Accepted.

Motivation:
Solid handling of the manuscript and decent reviews. One reviewer was highly engaged while the other provided only brief comments, but the editorial instructions helped us to navigate the process well.

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Journal info (provided by editor)

Issues per year
4
Articles published last year
30
Manuscripts received last year
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% accepted last year
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% immediately rejected last year
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Open access status
no
Manuscript handling fee?
no
Kind of complaint procedure
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Two-year impact factor
1.20
Five-year impact factor
1.10

Aims and Scope

JMI is a refereed journal for scholars and professionals in management. Its intent is to explore ideas and build knowledge in management theory and practice, with a focus on creative, nontraditional research as well as key controversies in the field.

JMI´s sections: Generative Curiosity introduces ideas to encourage further scholarly interest; Non-traditional Research publishes alternative theoretical frameworks and methods; Provocations & Provocateurs, offers insights through the use of alternative modes of expression; Dialogs – promotes active, constructive exchanges; Essays –features commentary on how we frame, perceive, distort and contribute to the field; Reflections on Experience – and Six Degrees – celebrates the connections that have produced seminal results.