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Editorial Policy

Like all leading journals, the IJCSM has a double-blind peer review process. Cases submitted thus undergo a rigorous process of evaluation involving an editor and two or three anonymous reviewers.

The IJCSM is aimed mainly at a readership of professors and trainers in all fields of management. Access to the Journal is also available (see terms of use) to students, managers and business leaders, as well as anyone else interested in the world of business and management.

Types of cases published

The IJCSM publishes cases that are international in scope and that depict or are inspired by real situations touching on all aspects of management.

Editorial process

Once a case has been submitted by the authors, it goes through several steps.

Reasons for rejection of a case

In accordance with the Journal’s editorial policy, the most common reasons for concluding that a case is unsuitable for publication in the IJCSM are given in this section.

Most common requests for revisions

A list of most common requests for revisions.

Ethical considerations

The IJCSM adheres to the principles put forward in the Committee on Publication Ethics’ Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors.

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