MANAGEMENT INTERCULTURAL

Management Intercultural
Biannual journal of culture management

Language in which the articles can be written: Romanian, French and other francophone languages
Periodicity: 2 times a year
Access: free online access
ISSN–L: 1454-9980
Online Francophone Journal: http://mi.bxb.ro

(See also the journal for articles in English: Cross-Cultural Management Journal. Online English Journal: http://cmj.bxb.ro)

MI is supporting the need for intercultural collaboration of the private sector, the academic and the administrative one.
Our mission is to create a platform for collaborative research and practical application of research results in which the entire academic community but also the economic sector, feel welcome. In this context, we encourage the creation of bridges between different spheres of knowledge by creating an intercultural awareness.
With articles on a wide range of topics like intercultural and inter-organizational innovation, elements of management theory, policies & human resources management, entrepreneurship & international business anthropology, intercultural mixing performance, intercultural knowledge management, intercultural training methodology, the Cross-Cultural Management Journal is captivating the readers.
The first edition of the Journal of “Management Intercultural” (MI) appeared in late 1999, in December, under the supervision of prof. Dumitru Zait, the founder of the journal. The Journal has been published biannually and uninterruptedly since 1999 so far and it is run by Prof. Univ. Dr. Dumitru Zait (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, leader of the Romanian economic higher education).
MI is published exclusively in Romanian, French and other francophone languages. The journal hosts articles written by authors coming from the academic and the business sector or from the administrative field.

Coverage
Cross-cultural mixing performance
Cross-cultural knowledge management
Cross-cultural communication and relationship management
Cross-cultural aspects in interorganizational collaboration
Cross-cultural training methodology
Anthropology
Studies in theology, ethics and culture
Cross-cultural and interorganizational innovation
Diversity, values and norms of work: cultural foundations
Policies & human resources management, professional identity
Elements of management theory
Entrepreneurship and international business
Business and intercultural relations
Literary studies, Applied modern languages and Communication
Arts, Education & Humanities

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