Aims and scope of the journal
The journal Négociations is a peer-reviewed academic journal (double-blind evaluation) that covers formal or informal negotiations as well as related processes (conflict, deliberation or joint decision-making processes) by considering negotiation as an ordinary practice of social life. The journal aims at analyzing social interactions between actors confronted with real or supposed divergences to be overcome or with subjects of common interests on which to agree.
The activity of negotiation, deliberation, conflict management, or joint decision-making must be at the heart of the articles proposed to the journal: it cannot be a mere secondary or contextual element. The journal wishes to publish articles that give a detailed account of the processes and results of negotiations, of the practices and actors who negotiate as well as of the contexts in which they take place. The articles must enrich theory, concepts or the knowledge of a field or of an empirical case study.
The editorial line of Négociations evolves around three major perspectives by being:
- – An academic journal open to different perspectives: the journal welcomes theoretical and/or empirical contributions, which can be based on various methodologies. The journal is also open to practitioners (via the Grands Entretiens or by welcoming their possible contributions) and accepts contributions with a pedagogical stance.
- – An inter- and multi-disciplinary journal: the subject of negotiation can be approached from a variety of disciplines (sociology, management, law, economics, political science, history, psychology, anthropology, industrial relations, etc.).
- – A French-language journal with an international openness: articles can be published in English. It aims to disseminate the work of French-speaking academics and to have other research traditions on negotiation discussed with French-speaking productions.
Although generalist in scope, the journal is structured around two main themes: international relations (IR) and employment relations (ER) in order to best deal with proposals submitted to the journal (but without excluding proposals outside these two themes).
Mélanie ALBARET, Univ. Clermont Auvergne, France
Rémi BOURGUIGNON, Univ. Paris Est Créteil, France
Milena DIECKHOFF, Univ. Clermont Auvergne, France
The international relations group (IR) is coordinated by Mélanie ALBARET and Milena DIECKHOFF.
The organizational and employment relations group (ER) is coordinated by Rémi BOURGUIGNON.
Mélanie ALBARET, IR group, Univ. Clermont Auvergne, France
Rémi BOURGUIGNON, ER group, Univ. Paris Est Créteil, France
Élodie BRUN, IR group, El Colegio de México, Mexique
Milena DIECKHOFF, IR group, Univ. Clermont Auvergne, France
Camille DUPUY, ER group, Univ. Rouen Normandie, France
Frédéric GEA, ER group, Univ. de Lorraine, France
Carola KLÖCK, IR group, Sciences Po Paris, France
Évelyne LEONARD, ER group, Univ. Catholique de Louvain, Belgique
Vincent PASQUIER, ER group, HEC Montréal, Canada
Marion ABALLEA, Université de Strasbourg; Sophie ALLAIN, INRAE, AgroParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay; Jean-Pierre BONAFE-SCHMITT, Centre Max Weber, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Lyon St-Étienne; Maria BONNAFOUS-BOUCHER, Haut conseil d’évaluation de la recherche et de l’enseignement supérieur; Adrian BORBELY, EM Lyon; Larry CRUMP, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University; Laurence DE CARLO, ESSEC; Christian DEFELIX, Grenoble IAE; Dan DRUCKMAN, Shar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University; Laurent DUCLOS, IDHES, ENS Paris-Saclay; Guy Olivier FAURE, École Diplomatique de Bruxelles; Guy GROUX, Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences Po; Lavinia HALL, Center for the study of collaboration in work and society, Rutgers University; Kevin HILL, Département de gestion des ressources humaines, HEC Montréal; Marguerite KOCHER, Institut François Gény, Université de Lorraine; Francesco MARCHI, Alternego, Collège d’Europe; Arnaud MIAS, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL; Christian MOREL; Raphaëlle NOLLEZ-GOLDBACH, École Normale Supérieure; Stéphanie NOVAK, Université Ca’ Foscari de Venise; Philippe PERCHOC, Service de recherches du Parlement européen; Jean-Christophe PEREAU, Bordeaux School of Economics, Université de Bordeaux; François PICHAULT, Université de Liège; Valérie ROSOUX, Université Catholique de Louvain; Yves SCHEMEIL, Sciences Po Grenoble; Arnaud STIMEC, IAE Nantes; Alice VADROT, Université de Vienne; I. William ZARTMAN, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.
Instructions for authors
Authors should comply with the following instructions for their articles.
Agence d’évaluation de la recherche italienne (ANVUR)
Fondation nationale pour l’enseignement et la gestion des entreprises (FNEGE)
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Print ISSN : 1780-9231
Online ISSN : 1782-1452
Publisher : De Boeck Supérieur