Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestion des Comportements Organisationnels (RIPCO)
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 The RIPCO special issue on Ethics, diversity and inclusion has just appeared.
The RIPCO special issue, Ethics, diversity and inclusion (Issue #66) has just been published. The seven articles of this issue contribute to the reflection on issues of equality, diversity and inclusion in different areas such as business and higher education and set out proposals, among others, at the managerial level. This special issue was coordinated by Maria Giuseppina Bruna (Full Professor in Management & Director of Ethics, CSR and Social Research of the IPAG Business School Group) and Zahir Yanat (Senior HDR Professor at ISTEC Paris).

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Given the uncertain health context that we are currently experiencing, we have decided to organize the 2021 edition of the RIPCO Research Day on Organizational Behavior remotely, via the Zoom tool.

The date of June 15, 2021 remains unchanged and we hope that this remote format will give you the opportunity to participate. The call for extended abstracts is available at:

Submission of extended abstract to this address:

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 Recognizing the work of our reviewers in 2020
We would like to thank all our reviewers, who by their reviews in 2020, contributed to taking Ripco to a higher level.

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Volume XXVI | Numéro 66 | 2020 | Special Issue
Ethics, diversity and inclusion
Guest editor(s):Maria Giuseppina, Bruna ; Zahir, Yanat
Ethics, diversity & inclusion: Societal challenges and innovative practices in higher education
Maria Giuseppina BRUNA, Zahir YANAT
The French Higher Education Institutions Facing The Equal Opportunity Challenge : the case of the Institut pratique de Journalisme de l’université Paris-Dauphine P.S.L.
Pascale COLISSON, Jean-François CHANLAT
Raising awareness about ethics to train inclusive managers
Maria Giuseppina BRUNA, Abderrahman JAHMANE
Between mission and market : Diversity, a strategic issue for French Business Schools ?
Maryline MEYER, Cédrine JOLY, Mélanie JAECK, Magalie MARAIS
Reflexivity on actions of university researchers to promote inclusion within their community
Problems and issues with the welcoming of foreign students on universities campuses : diversity, exclusion, inclusion, and cosmopolitanism
Embodied and Responsive Ethical Practices : Merleau-Ponty’s Contribution to Corporeal Ethics in Organizations
Wendelin KÜPERS, Jeremy AROLES
Proposal for a typology of managerial behavior strategies in the presence of religious facts at work. Results from an exploratory study in the French context
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Fothcoming issue
Volume XXVI | Numéro 67 | 2020 | Regular Issue
Entrepreneurship and religion: Toward a religious-based transformation of labor market? The role of the sense of exclusion
Suffering at work as a consequence of paradoxical management: Case of teacher-researchers and caregivers in the context of New Public Management in Tunisia
What recognition practices at work in the hands of managers?
Alexis ROCHE
Identity construction and professional socialization
Management and formatting of disagreements in the professional exchanges during the implementation of a concert
Testing the concept of mediation artifact to understand the concept of the insertion path
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Ripco Research Day 2021
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JUNE 15, 20210 2021
Submission of proposals : March 31, 2021
Acceptance decision : April 30, 2021
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The submission of proposals is only done by email to :
The best communications addressing positive organizational behaviors will be shortlisted for a special issue of RIPCO. The best communications on other themes of organizational behavior will be shortlisted for publication in regular issues.
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RIPCO metrics
Publication years :1994-2019
Citation years : 26(1994-2020)
Papers :1000
Citations :3966
Cities/year :152.54
Cities/paper :3.97
Papers/author :795.45
Authors/paper :1.49
h-index :24
g-index :34
hl, norm :20
hl, annual :0.77
Source: Harzing Publish or Perish - 17/12/2020
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Special issue : Vol. XXVII, Num. 68 (2021)
Social acceptability: a matter of participatory democracy?
 Alice, Friser ; Stéphanie, Yates
Faced with the growing local, national and sometimes international opposition to both private and public projects and decisions, it is difficult to reduce social acceptability to the judicious management of a project or the implementation of a policy at the time of its promotion or launch. Rather, social acceptability reflects people's judgment of these projects and policies, following a dynamic p ...
Special issue : Vol. XXVII, Num. 70 (2021)
Arts and organizations: from individuals to structures, the inseparable aesthetic dimension of politics
 Philippe, Mairesse ; Géraldine, Schmidt ; Yoann, Bazin
More than three decades after the first international special issue devoted to the relationship between art and organizations, and almost twenty years after the only RIPCO issue devoted to the arts, this special issue will take the aesthetic perspective to examine the articulation between the personal, interpersonal and structural dimensions of organizational life, and the role that art can play i ...
Special issue : Vol. XXVIII, Num. 72 (2022)
Emerging Trends in OB Research
This special issue, containing the best contributions from the 2019 RIPCO Research Day (but also open to other free proposals), will focus on emerging trends in organizational behavior research. Contributions on Neuroscience and Organizational Behavior, Humanistic Management, Emotional Intelligence (EI), Artificial Intelligence and the Workplace, Time and Organizational Studies and other OB topics ...
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