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RIPCO Annual Research Day - Call for contributions
 
We are delighted to send you this call for communications for RIPCO’s research day, scheduled on December 3, 2019 in Paris, hosted at ICN Business School’s facility, the CNIT, la Défense, Paris.

The RIPCO 2019 annual research day will focus on emerging trends in organizational behavior research. Communications proposals on Neuroscience, Humanistic Management, Emotional Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence and the Workplace as well as Time, but not limited to these topics are particularly expected. Other topics can be explored. The best communications will be selected in order to be published into a RIPCO special issue.

This research day will also be the opportunity to celebrate the 25th anniversary of RIPCO through a ceremony to reward the best articles of the journal, which will be re-published into a special issue. Please send out this call to your network.

Sincerely yours,
The editorial team,

 
Just released
 
 
Volume XXIV • Issue 59 • 2018 • Winter
Guest editor(s): Daniel, Bonnet
The uneasiness in organizations
Are the concepts of Being and Uneasiness within organizations distinct and separable? Would separating mean to be evasive regarding the treatment of uneasiness as well as that of the Being? To consider them in their unity isn’t that simple and requires to open up the barrier of knowledge. In management, through different conceptualizations, another symbolic third part reaps off what the subject of otherness is deprived of, its emancipation, its being and its future. That is Uneasiness. A certain form of fetishism structures the thinking of management in our economies, which have become a value of use and the market, around which the conventions of constraint and obligation are structured. But it is the relationship of the subject to his or her Being that establishes the transition from neurosis to suffering which leads to perversion. Desire is constantly short-circuited by the attachment of the satisfaction to the correlates of Uneasiness. Whatever the approach, however honorable, the same problem comes b ... Read more
 
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Volume XXV • Issue 60 • 2019 • Spring
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EDITORIAL

RESEARCH PAPERS

Jean-Jacques Pluchart
Accompanying businesses through the applications of digits and law

Charlène Lourd et Xavier Philippe
Unreasonable career change: the case of the equine industry

Carine Chemin-Bouzir
The imaginary: an illusion, leading to aggressiveness, or consistence generating creative social dynamics? The case of local councils and home care associations

Adélaïde de Lastic
Defending new tools to socially criticize businesses

Michel Dalmas
Z generation and work design: a new challenge for HRM

David Christophe Moriez et François Grima
Developing an inventory of meta-individual values

POINTS OF VIEW

Julien Billion
Wherever I went, I was not good." History of a youth from child protection program to homelessness, outside of the organizations ... Read more
 
Top 10 most cited papers
 
1 Cornelius, Castoriadis The "rationality" of capitalism..., IV(08), 1997 74
2 Robert, Paturel Grandeurs and servitudes of entrepreneurship ......, XIII(31), 2007 64
3 Louis Jacques, Filion Entrepreneurial representations: an emerging field of study..., XIV(32), 2008 61
4 Jean, Pralong The image of work according to Y generation. An intergenerational comparison on ..., XVI(39), 2010 47
5 Harry, Coenen Action research. The relationship between researchers and the researched..., VII(16-17), 2001 43
6 Pascale, Molinier Subjective moral autonomy and the construction of sexual ldentity : the contribu..., III(05), 1996 43
7 Jean-Louis, Le Grand Defining life stories..., VI(14), 2000 31
8 Pierre, Parlebas A cultural break: from traditional games to sport..., IX(20), 2003 28
9 Michel, Llory ; Annick, Llory Management description and subjective description of work : differences ? An aut..., III(05), 1996 27
10 Eugène, Enriquez Psychosociology at the crossroads..., I(01), 1994 26
 
 
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XXV(61) 2019
The digital organization
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XXV(62) 2019
The experts
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XXVI(64) 2020
History of managerial thi ...
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accompagnement • apprentissage • autonomie • changement • coaching • communication • compétences • comportement organisationnel • contrôle • cybernétique • décision • désapprentissage • dirigeant • diversité • émergence • émotions • engagement • entrepreneuriat • entreprise libérée • éthique • formation • génération y • genre • gestion des ressources humaines • grh • identité • incidents critiques • innovation • interaction • internet • leadership • management • manager • no keyword • organisation • pme • pouvoir • processus • proximité • psychanalyse • psychoanalysis • rationalité • réflexivité • régulation • représentation • représentations • résilience • responsabilité sociale • responsabilité sociale de l'entreprise • responsables • risque • rse • sens • sensemaking • stratégie • stress • travail • valeurs •
 
 
 
RIPCO metrics
Publication years : 1994-2018
Citation years : 25(1994-2018)
Papers : 933
Citations : 2872
Cities/year : 114.88
Cities/paper : 3.08
Cities/author 2389.03
Papers/author : 753.27
Authors/paper : 1.47
h-index : 19
g-index : 28
hI, norm : 17
Source: Harzing Publish or Perish - 08/01/2019
 
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Special issue : Vol. XXVI, Num. 65 (2020)
Ethique, diversité et inclusion
 Maria Giuseppina, Bruna ; Zahir, Yanat
Adoptant un prisme interdisciplinaire, le numéro souhaite offrir « un éclairage inédit et fondé sur les comportements organisationnels » autour du rapport à l’éthique, à l’égalité (de droit, de traitement et des chances) et à l’inclusion au sein des Ecoles et des Universités. Et ce, en se focalisant sur les pratiques, qu’elles émanent d’Institutions instituantes (ici l’Etat / le marché), d’organis ...
 
Special issue : Vol. XXVI, Num. 66 (2020)
Arts et organisations : des individus aux structures, la dimension esthétique inséparable du politique
 Philippe, Mairesse ; Géraldine, Schmidt ; Yoann, Bazin ; Pierre, Guillet De Monthoux
Plus de trois décades après le premier numéro spécial d’une revue internationale consacré aux relations entre art et organisations, et presque vingt ans après le seul numéro de la RIPCO consacré aux arts, ce numéro spécial adoptera la perspective esthétique pour s’intéresser à l’articulation entre les dimensions personnelles, interpersonnelles et structurelles de la vie organisationnelle, et au rô ...
 
Special issue : Vol. XXVI, Num. 67 (2020)
L’acceptabilité sociale: une question de démocratie participative
 Alice, Friser; Côté, Sébastien; Yates, Stéphanie
Face à la contestation grandissante que suscitent aux niveaux local, national et parfois international, les projets et les décisions privés comme publics, il devient difficile de réduire l’acceptabilité sociale à la gestion judicieuse d’un projet ou à l’implantation d’une politique au moment de sa promotion ou de son lancement. L’acceptabilité sociale traduit plutôt le jugement des populations à p ...
 
   
 
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