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Organization Science journal: Quick facts and submission tips

Editage Insights | May 22, 2014 | 40,736 views
Aims and Scope

Organization Science provides one umbrella for the publication of research from all over the world in fields such as organization theory, strategic management, sociology, economics, political science, history, information science, communication theory, and psychology. 

It publishes groundbreaking research about organizations, including their processes, structures, technologies, identities, capabilities, forms, and performance.

In addition to original research reports, Organization Science also publishes essays on important new organizational phenomena (Perspectives section) and current debates on organizations (Crossroads section).

Read the Editorial Statement for specifics:


Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences 

Publishes 13 scholarly journals that describe the latest methods and applications for operation research and analytics. Also publishes an industry and membership magazine with news from across the profession


Frequency of Publication

Once every two months


Managing Editor: Kate Luckey


Senior Editors:

Editorial Board:



Editorial policies & critical factors for publication


Manuscript review process (as mentioned on website)

  • The editorial structure is formed by Senior Editors and an Editorial Review Board.
  • Authors may nominate up to three reviewers (with appropriate expertise and no conflict of interest with the author(s) or the paper). The journal will make every effort to select one of the authors' nominated reviewers.
  • Editors and reviewers work with authors to develop papers.
  • Manuscripts are reviewed in a double-blind process by at least two reviewers.
  • The Senior Editor combines his or her comments with the reviewers' comments to form a decision.
  • Each Senior Editor is charged with the decision to accept/reject a paper or to request a revision and resubmission.
  • If a revision of a manuscript is invited, Organization Science urges the authors to resubmit the manuscript within three months and no later than one year from the date a revision is requested.


Good publishing practices


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