Manuscripts submitted to Management
Revue may be either overview articles or empirical studies. In principle,
contributions should make a substantial contribution to the way
a problem or a theory is discussed.
In order to facilitate a high quality review process Management
Revue attaches importance to the following basic rules:
Reviews should be friendly:
Please treat the authors and their manuscripts with respect. Even
if you disagree with the manuscript, remember that the authors have
put a lot of effort into the manuscript. Always try to find something
supportive to say.
Authors should be able to learn from the reviews:
Please specify strengths and weaknesses of the manuscript. Provide
constructive comments and suggestions. Distinguish between limitations
of the manuscript that may be rectified in a revision and those
that you see as incapable of rectification in this way.
Criteria for evaluation of manuscripts include:
– The extent of value added
– How far a worthwhile problem is addressed
– State of the art literature review & discussion
– The depth of the theoretical contribution
– The appropriateness and quality of the empirical method
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