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23/01/2020  
A RIPCO article is part of the Top 25 consultations of the CAIRN platform
The article "Generation Z and work design: a new challenge for HRM" written by Michel Dalmas and published in number 60 of RIPCO (2019), is part of the Top 25 consultations of the CAIRN platform. Ranking to consult here: : Cliquez ici pour visit this ranking or Click here to fing the paper on CAIRN
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17/01/2020  
Issue 61 of RIPCO has just been released
The editorial team of the RIPCO is pleased to announce that the number 61 has just been published. This is the second issue that respects and embodies the new requirements of the journal on three levels: that of the editorial line, content, and layout. The latter has the ambition to offer a more professional number, this in order to present the contents more clearly and making them more visible.
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22/11/2019  
The program of the RIPCO research day of December 3rd is online
The program of the RIPCO research Day is now available by clicking here. Free registration is still possible by clicking here but mandatory for logistical reasons.
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Volume XXV • Issue 61 • 2019 • Summer
Guest editor(s): Pierre-Jean, BARLATIER ; Thierry, BURGER-HELMCHEN
The digital organization
The birth of the Internet has profoundly changed the external environment and the architecture of organizations. If each new wave of technical progress is confronted with the euphoria along with the dubitative reactions of real and potential users, the present evolutions of digital technologies (mobile applications, cloud computing, media and social networks, connected objects, artificial intelligence, 3D printing ...) continue to transform the activities and modes of operation of organizations. These digital technologies, rapidly disseminated and adopted, are changing the way in which organizations produce goods and services, interact with their environment and exploit opportunities in search of competitive advantages. The transformations brought about by this structural change are profound: digital technologies challenge organizations, which see their integration capabilities and their agility tested by these new technical innovations, lagging behind the benefits initially expected, leaving them doubtfu ... Read more
 
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Volume XXV • Issue 62 • 2019 • Winter
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Articles

- Religious practices' strategies at work: studying Muslim employees in northern France. Ramin MAHMOUDI
- How Social Network Analysis can improve management of steering communities? Michaël BENEDIC
- A state of the art on latent variables measurement: The case of self-perceived employability for the senior executives of the French private sector. Nadia DEACKEN et Franck JAOTOMBO
- Social comparison in Pakistan: Impacts on psychological contract breach and organizational citizenship behaviors. Delphine LACAZE et Imran HAMEED
- Organizational socialization and employees' loyalty: An analysis backed up by facts in Cameroonians SMEs. Ben BOUBAKARY
- The role of professional identity and its weakening when aggressive responses are adopted in specialized occupations like the building or manufacturing sectors. Geneviève CLOUTIER et Alain MARCHAND

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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  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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RIPCO metrics
Publication years :1994-2019
Citation years : 26(1994-2020)
Papers :960
Citations :3452
Cities/year :132.77
Cities/paper :3.60
Cities/author2810.33
Papers/author :771.07
Authors/paper :1.47
h-index :22
g-index :32
hl, norm :19
hl, annual :0.73
Source: Harzing Publish or Perish - 20/01/2020
 
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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
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 Arts et Organisations : des individus aux structures, la dimension esthétique inséparable de la dimension politique s’intéressera au rôle de l’art dans les organisations et en p ...
 
Special issue : Vol. XXVI, Num. 67 (2020)
L’acceptabilité sociale: une question de démocratie participative ?
 Alice, Friser ; Stéphanie, Yates
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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