Russian Management Journal
First Russian academic journal in the field of general and strategic management
The journal’s goal is to contribute to:
- advancing research by Russian scholars on important contemporary management issues;
- promoting the concepts of effective organizational governance for a wide Russian-speaking audience of researchers, lecturers, graduate and undergraduate students at universities and business schools;
- raising the professional level of Russian managers and management consultants with a view to integrating Russian business into the global economy.
From the Editors-in-Chief Statement:
RMJ's Editorial Board and International Academic Advisory Board view management theory (including strategic management) as a fully developed field of interdisciplinary research that has its own subject matter and a system of analytical concepts distinguishing it from related sciences (economics, psychology, sociology, and others).
The journal was established by the Saint Petersburg State University on the initiative of the Graduate School of Management (http://www.gsom.pu.ru/en/). This initiative was supported by the leading researchers from the other top scientific and training centers in the field of management - Moscow State University (Graduate School of Business and Faculty of Economics), Central Economics & Mathematics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Higher School of Economics (Moscow), Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.
The first issue was published in September 2003 (two issues in 2003).
Frequency: 4 issues per year (starting with 2004).
Our journal is now published only in Russian with special section in each issue in English: contents, abstracts and keywords, information about the authors.