Revista de Management Comparat Internațional (Review of International Comparative Management) is an official publication of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Faculty of Management. It is a peer-reviewed journal, with a regional and global perspective, focused directly on the evolving field of national and international management research, practice and policy.


The journal targets to be the main Romanian journal specialized in management field. Revista de Management Comparat Internațional (RMCI) is a scientific journal that publishes original articles related to all aspects of management. It has five issues per year and has a long tradition of being indexed in different international databases. RMCI started to be published in 2000.


Aims and scope

Using an effective combination of academic research and business-led best practices, RMCI aims to develop new knowledge and understanding in important areas of management. The journal encourages the research on managerial field, the comparative approaches in managing organisations in different countries, the presentation of methodologies and techniques that contribute to the managerial know - how transfer and that highlight how human resources, information, products and financial resources are managed in different social, economic, political and technological environment. Cross-cultural investigations are welcomed. The journal also facilitates submissions from practitioners in the field of management that can bring important contributions to the literature in the field. 


The editorial board seeks to attract valuable qualitative and quantitative research, conceptual approaches, review articles and theoretical expositions which make substantive and original contributions in the field of management.


Topics covered

Comparative management systems

International management practices

Entrepreneurship and innovation practices 

Comparative managerial systems and methodologies

Comparative managerial policies

Supply chain management

Human resources management

European Union policy and managerial approaches

Approaches in financial management

Environmental protective managerial practices

SMEs development and start-ups managerial best practices

Leadership development and style

Organisational culture and climate studies 

Marketing management





Management, methodologies, performance, resources, best practices, international, comparative, knowledge, know-how, benchmark. 



The readership of RMCI comprises both academics (researchers, academicians, students, professors) and practitioners in various fields of management. 


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