1. The editorial team accepts English language texts of scientific nature, devoted to theoretical and practical aspects of intercultural management, and information about the relationship between intercultural management science and practice in the form of:
- Scientific articles (up to 30 000 characters with spaces) and reports from the study (up to
15 000 characters with spaces);
- Book reviews (up to 15 000 characters with spaces);
- Information on new publications, conferences, symposia and scientific seminars in the field of organization and management and other important events in the science and practice of management (up to 15 000 characters with spaces).
2. Ghostwriting and guest authorship
The editorial office of JoIM explains in the “Instructions for authors” that ghostwriting and guest authorship are indication of scientific dishonesty and all cases will be exposed and adequate institutions will be informed (employers, scientific societies, scientific editors associations, etc.).
“Ghostwriting” is a situation where a person contributes significantly to a publication and is not disclosed as one of the authors or named in the acknowledgments.
“Guest authorship” is a situation where an author's contribution is insignificant or non existent and he is still listed as co-author of a publication. To prevent cases of “ghostwriting” and “guest authorship” editorial office is implementing the procedure specified below:
Individual authors should disclose their contribution to preparation of a publication (with a list of their affiliations) in detail, i.e. provide information on who is the author of concept, premises, methods, protocol etc. used in the publication. Main responsibility to disclose full information remains on author submitting manuscript.
All authors are requested to attach to the article information about the sources of funding, contribution to research institutions, associations and other entities (return the completed form to the Editorial Office).
Information on sources of funding of publications, contribution to research institutions, associations and other entities. Download the form
3. Articles that are not linguistically and stylistically correct will be will be returned to authors without being reviewed.
4. Articles must include the following sections in the order listed:
- Name and surname
- Key words (5-7)
- Abstract (about 200 words)
- Article text
5. The article text must include the following sections:
6. Abstracts must meet the of scientific and linguistic criteria.
7. Articles should be sent by e-mail. Files should be submitted in Microsoft Word format. Font Times New Roman 11, 1.5 spaced. Files should not contain active "links", i.e. links leading to web pages or other documents.
Book with one author
Adair, J. (1988) Effective time management: How to save time and spend it wisely, London: Pan Books.
Book with two authors
McCarthy, P. and Hatcher, C. (1996) Speaking persuasively: Making the most of your presentations, Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
Book with three or more authors
Fisher, R., Ury, W. and Patton, B. (1991) Getting to yes: Negotiating an agreement without giving in, 2nd edition, London: Century Business.
Book – second or later edition
Barnes, R. (1995) Successful study for degrees, 2nd edition, London: Routledge.
Book by same author in the same year
Napier, A. (1993a) Fatal storm, Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
Napier, A. (1993b) Survival at sea, Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
Book with an editor
Danaher, P. (ed.) (1998) Beyond the ferris wheel, Rockhampton: CQU Press.
If you have used a chapter in a book written by someone other than the editor
Byrne, J. (1995) ‘Disabilities in tertiary education’, in Rowan, L. and McNamee, J. (ed.) Voices of a Margin, Rockhampton: CQU Press.
Books with an anonymous or unknown author
The University Encyclopedia (1985) London: Roydon.
Written course material, for example distance learning unit material
Dhann, S. (2001) CAE0001LWR Unit 5: Note taking skills from lectures and readings, Exeter: Department of Lifelong Learning.
OR, IF THE AUTHOR IS UNKNOWN
Department of Lifelong Learning (2001), CAE0001LWR Unit 5: Note taking skills from lectures and readings, Exeter: Author.
(NB – ‘Author’ at the end means that the publisher is the same as the author)
Department for Education and Employment (DfEE), (2001) Skills for life: The national strategy for improving adult literacy and numeracy skills, Nottingham: DfEE Publications.
Hart, G., Albrecht, M., Bull, R. and Marshall, L. (1992) ‘Peer consultation: A professional development opportunity for nurses employed in rural settings’, Infront Outback – Conference Proceedings, Australian Rural Health Conference, Toowoomba, pp. 143 – 148.
Cumming, F. (1999) ‘Tax-free savings push’, Sunday Mail, 4 April, p. 1.
OR, IF THE AUTHOR IS UNKNOWN
‘Tax-free savings push’, Sunday Mail (4 April 1999), p. 3.
Muller, V. (1994) ‘Trapped in the body: Transsexualism, the law, sexual identity’, The Australian Feminist Law Journal, vol. 3, August, pp. 103-107.
Journal article with both volume and issue number
Muller, V. (1994) ‘Trapped in the body: Transsexualism, the law, sexual identity’, The Australian Feminist Law Journal, vol. 3, no. 2, August, pp. 103-107.
Journal article from CD-ROM, electronic database, or journal
Skargren, E.I. & Oberg, B. (1998) ‘Predictive factors for 1-year outcome of low-back and neck pain in patients treated in primary care: Comparison between the treatment strategies chiropractic and physiotherapy’, Pain [Electronic], vol. 77, no. 2, pp. 201-208, Available: Elsevier/ScienceDirect/ O304-3959(98)00101-8, [8 Feb 1999].
Electronic mail (e-mail)
Johnston, R. (2001) Access courses for women, e-mail to NIACE Lifelong Learning Mailing List (
firstname.lastname@example.org), 22 Aug. [24 Aug 2001].
Robinson, T. (2001) Re: Information on course structure, e-mail to S. Dhann (email@example.com), 12 Jul. [13 Jul 2001].
Berkowitz, P. (1995) April 3, ‘Sussy’s gravestone’, Mark Twain Forum [Online], 3 Apr, Available e-mail: TWAIN-L@yorkvm2.bitnet [3 Apr 1995].
World Wide Web page
Young, C. (2001) English Heritage position statement on the Valletta Convention, [Online], Available: http://www.archaeol.freeuk.com/EHPostionStatement.htm [24 Aug 2001].
10. Equations included in the text should be prepared in Microsoft Equation Editor – Font size 11 points.
11. All graphs and illustrations should be called Figure. Bibliography should include only sources cited in the manuscript. Figures and tables should be accompanied by Arabic numerals throughout the text.
12. References should be cited in the text as follows:
· …Schultz [1938, pp. 132-138] suggests that .…
· …difficult [Lange K., 1961, p. 30; Pawłowski M., 1961, pp. 160-210] and .…
13. When citing do not use (″ ″), use („”) quotation marks
14. Footnotes (Arabic numerals throughout the text) should appear at the bottom, separated by a continuous line. The content of footnotes should be placed to develop or clarify the main text, not to provide bibliographic reference.
15. Font sizes
Article Title Arial 16,
Headings Arial 12 (Headings are not numbered).
Tables order number and title
The text in the table - Times New Roman 9 (single space).
Titles of tables, Times New Roman 10, bold .
Please do not use allcaps and capslock.
16. Articles will be returned without outside review if the Editors deem that the paper is of insufficient general interest for the broad readership of The Journal of Intercultural Management, or that the scientific quality is such that it is unlikely to receive favorable reviews. It allows authors to submit their papers elsewhere without further delay.
17. By submitting their work, authors authorize the Editors to introduce minor changes to the submitted texts (punctuation etc.).
18. Authors of published articles receive one free copy of the journal (sent to the mailing address).
20. Authors are requested to send by mail the statement concerning the transfer of copyrights.
Transfer of copyrights statement Download the form.
21. Authors are requested to send by mail the statement ghostwriting procedure.
Transfer of copyrights statement Download the form.
22. Authors are requested to send by mail the LICENSE TO PUBLISH form. (Download the form)
23. Authors are requested to send the Conflict of Interest Statement.