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Aims

Generalist, multidisciplinary, and in line with management science’s original knowledge aim (to explain, but also to prescribe), the Revue française de gestion is the leading French-language journal in the field of management. It seeks to provide a space for practitioners and researchers to share, discuss, and submit to criticism their reflections and research on business and the disciplines of management, but also to reach a wide audience of managers who wish to keep up to date with the development of management science and with management techniques.

The Revue française de gestion considers management to be a part of every sector of the economy and the world: both the public and private spheres, large and small businesses, the commercial sector and the social economy, and organizations in developed and underdeveloped countries. This way of conceiving management applies as much to the directly economic disciplines as to the human aspects of business.

If you would like to submit an article to the Revue française de gestion, please adhere to the submission guidelines below and upload your proposed article onto the platform on the journal’s website, at http://lavoisier.fontismedia.com/rfg/.

If your article does not adhere exactly to the guidelines, it is likely to be returned, and you will need to make the necessary amendments before it can be submitted to the reading committee.

Every article submitted to the Revue française de gestion is blind reviewed by at least two members of the reading committee with the appropriate knowledge. Their findings help the editorial board to make a final decision, which will be relayed back to you.

Articles uploaded to the platform must be anonymized. Aside from in exceptional cases, they should be no longer than twenty pages (or 30,000 characters in total, not including spaces). They should feature a bibliography at the end, maximum one page or 1,500 characters, not including spaces, and an abstract of a maximum of 500 characters, not including spaces. Both the abstract and title should be provided in French and English.

Click here to download the Revue française de gestion’s submission guidelines (in French), and here to download the journal’s editorial charter (also in French). If you have any queries, please email the journal’s editorial secretary at rouquie@lavoisier.fr.

Editorial committee

Editor-in-chief
Aurélien Rouquet – NEOMA Business School

Deputy editors-in-chief
Lise Gastaldi – Aix-Marseille University
Séverine Ventolini – University of Tours

Promotion
Hugo Gaillard – University of Le Mans

Editorial board

  • • Franck Aggeri – Mines-ParisTech
  • • Marc Bidan* – University of Nantes
  • • Valentina Carbone* – ESCP Business School
  • • Albert David* – Paris Dauphine University
  • • Jean-Philippe Denis – Paris-Saclay University (former editor-in-chief)
  • • Laurent Deville* – EDHEC Business School
  • • Emmanuelle Le Nagard* – ESSEC Business School
  • • Pierre-Michel Menger* – Collège de France
  • • Danny Miller – HEC Montréal (Canada)
  • • Linda Rouleau – HEC Montréal (Canada)
  • • Dominique Roux – University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne
  • • Anne-Laure Saives* – UQAM (Montréal, Canada)
  • • JC Spender – Kozminski University (Poland) and Rutgers University (United States)
  • • Franck Tannery – Ausar Energy

* In accordance with the journal’s statute, this member represents the FNEGE (Fondation nationale pour l’Enseignement de la Gestion des Entreprises) (French Foundation for Management Education) on the editorial board.

Editorial board guest members

  • • Jérôme Caby – Director general of FNEGE
  • • Laurent Faibis - Xerfi Canal
  • • Didier Pourquery - The Conversation France

Former editors-in-chief

  • • Jacques Barraux
  • • Jean-Marie Doublet
  • • Renaud de Rochebrune
  • • Jean-Claude Tarondeau
  • • Jérôme Barthélemy


Code of ethics

The Code of Ethics applicable to drafting committees and editorial boards of academic journals offered on Cairn.info, including Revue française de gestion, is available on this page.

Other information

Print ISSN : 0338-4551
Online ISSN : 1777-5663
Publisher : Lavoisier

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