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The fifth RIPCO research day, focused on "well-being/malaise at work," brought together 93 participants and featured 35 presentations from 63 international contributors at the ICN campus in Paris-La Défense on June 6, 2024, and the editorial committee is considering transforming this annual event into a two-day academic congress. SUBMIT
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The corpus of reviewers is the linchpin of the journal. It is composed of ad hoc reviewers who are mobilized to issue a critical and constructive opinion on the submissions. These notices, anonymous for the authors, may take the form of acceptance as is, request for minor or major changes, rejection with invitation for a new submission fully amended, or final rejection. These colleagues are solicited according to the needs of the journal by the editorial board on the basis of their areas of expertise. Opinions are summarized by the associate editors in charge of the manuscript and the final decision of publication or rejection is made by the editor-in-chief. When these reviewers are asked to review the text, the editor reminds them of the need to be constructive in their remarks and to adopt wording that limits the risk of vexation of the authors. It is explicitly suggested that they position themselves as coaches for submissions with real academic potential. The quality of proofreading is evaluated by the associate editors on a 5-point scale: poor, average, good, very good and excellent. This assessment, combined with other indicators, makes it possible to build up a corpus of reviewers who ensure a high level scientific assessment.

Name Affiliation Country
ABORD DE CHATILLON  Emmanuel Université Grenoble Alpes   France 
ALLARD-POESI Florence Université Paris-Est Créteil  France 
BOUDRIAS  Jean-Sébastien Université de Montréal  Canada  
BOURNOIS Frank ESCP Europe Paris  France 
BOUVILLE Gregor Université Lyon 3   France 
CHAKOR  Tarik Aix Marseille Université   France 
CHARLES-PAUVERS Brigitte Université de Nantes  France 
COMMEIRAS  Nathalie Université de Montpellier   France 
CORNET Annie HEC Liège  Belgium 
CORON  Clotilde Université Paris-Saclay  France 
CREUSIER  Jordan Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale  France  
DAVOINE  Eric Université de Fribourg  Switzerland  
DELOBBE  Nathalie Université de Genève  Switzerland  
DUMAS  Marc Université de Bretagne Sud  France  
FERRARY  Michel Université de Genève   Switzerland 
GRIMA François Université Paris Est Créteil   France 
GUERRERO  Sylvie Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)  Canada  
GUILLOT-SOULEZ  Chloé Université Lyon 3   France 
KAJAMAA Anu University of Helsinki  Finland 
KANE Aimee Duquesne University  United States  
LAROCHE Patrice Université de Lorraine  France 
MADSEN Susan Utah Valley University  United States 
MANVILLE Caroline Université Toulouse 1  France 
MELKONIAN  Tessa EM Lyon  France 
MOULIN Yves Université de Lorraine  France 
NEVEU  Jean-Pierre Université de Pau et des pays de l'Adour  France 
NKAKLEU  Raphaël Université de Douala   Cameroon 
NOËL Florent IAE de Paris  France 
OIRY Ewan Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)  Canada 
PAILLE Pierre University of Sherbrooke  Canada 
PERROT  Serge Université Paris Dauphine - PSL   France 
PERSSON Sybille ICN Business School  France 
PICHAULT  François Université de Liège   Belgium 
POINT Sébastien EM Strasbourg  France 
RAPPIN Baptiste Université de Lorraine  France 
STIMEC  Arnaud Sciences Po Rennes   France 
TASKIN Laurent Université de Louvain   Belgium 
VALAX Marc Université Nice Sophia Antipolis   France 
VENTOLINI  Séverine Université de Tours  France 
VILLESÈCHE  Florence Copenhagen Business Schooll  Denmark  
ZERBIB Romain ICD Business School, Toulouse  France 
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Special issue : Vol. XXX, Issue CFP_SI_CLIMATECHANGE (2024)
Organizational behavior in the face of climate challenges
Climate change and environmental issues have become recurring topics in current debates, leading to a heightened awareness of the need to preserve the planet and its species. To address these challenges, governments, businesses, social movements, and NGOs are actively engaging in a transition towards sustainable and nature-friendly lifestyles. In this critical context, academic research plays a cr ...
Special issue : Vol. XXXI, Issue CFP_SI_IAORGA (2025)
Artificial intelligence in organisations, how to (better) work with it?
 Christelle MARTIN LACROUX and Fabienne PEREZ
Organisations are undergoing a significant transformation, described as the fourth industrial revolution or the era of algorithms. Artificial Intelligence (AI), defined as a technology that allows machines to reproduce human-like behaviours, plays a major role in this, with technologies now widely deployed in organisations. Machine Learning is a notable technology that enables cumulative ...
Special issue : Vol. XXXI, Issue CFP_SI_RECHSENSOB (2025)
Sensitive research and organisational behaviour: from dilemma to action
In organizations subjected to a highly competitive environment, with an increasingly fractured work world, the consideration of sensitive topics by companies—pertaining to ethical issues (fraud, deviance, power plays), taboos (addictions), vulnerable individuals (health conditions), disadvantaged groups (discrimination), and marginalized statuses (gray areas of employment relationships)—as well as ...
Special issue : Vol. XXXI, Issue CFP_SI_WELLBEING (2025)
Well-being / Ill-being at Work
 Nathalie Bernard
The study of ill-being at work is almost as old as the dissemination of Taylor's principles in organizations. In contrast, the emergence of well-being as a topic within management sciences is more recent. It truly came to prominence around the turn of the millennium when positive psychology encouraged the scientific community to study human functioning. As it is increasingly viewed by employees as ...
RIPCO evolves

Since July 2018, the new editorial team aims atreaching a high scientific level. RIPCO continues to publish research in the field of organizational behavior, regardless of the methodology, and particularly encourages multi-, multi- and transdisciplinary research. The new editorial team put in place continues the evolution of the journal through:

• The establishment of a new, young, international and multidisciplinary editorial team;

• The modernization of the journal and its management with powerful digital tools, including an updated website and online manuscripts management tool and;

• The internationalization of content, via referencing in international databases and a gradual translation of articles into English.

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