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Sciedu Press Launches New Journal for Management and Orgnaization Studies
Date:8/29/2013

o breakthroughs in schools and workplace, and are helping management professionals of all kinds to develop new methods of organization and leadership to successfully build stronger relationships between large groups of individuals. These relationships can be vital in a number of ways, from the academic success of students to the financial success of large companies.

Sciedu Press had made a commitment with the launching of this new journal to provide peer-reviewed, open-access information to the public via downloadable PDF files. All content to be published in “Management and Organizational Studies” will be chosen through a double-blind peer review system, and upon acceptance the authors will be contacted by email to proceed with the publication process. This is the same method used by some of the top publishers of scientific journals in the country, and Sciedu Press hopes that it will serve them well in helping their qualified staff choose only the best and most important studies in management and organizational studies.

The launching of this new journal is a very exciting prospect for the staff at Sciedu Press. With a name that combines the words “Science” and “Education”, it is not surprising that they are looking for fresh and innovative new minds, as well as seasoned professionals in the field of organizational studies, to answer their open call for papers. Those interested in submitting a paper, whether it is theoretical in nature or a hard empirical study, can submit their paper through the Sciedu Press website.

All are encouraged to participate in this exciting venture from Sciedu Press, whether they are interested in submitting or simply want to access the new and original content that will be made available through the site. Sciedu Press and its supporters have high hopes that “Management and Organizational Studies” w
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