The management revue is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary European journal publishing both qualitative and quantitative work as well as purely theoretical papers that advance the study of management, organisation and industrial relations.
The management revue publishes articles that contribute to theory from a number of disciplines, including business and public administration, organizational behavior, economics, sociology and psychology. Reviews of books relevant to management and organisation studies are a regular feature.
Special issues provide a unique and rich insight into the issue's research field.
The journal offers insights into selected research topics by providing potentially controversial perspectives, new theoretical insights, valuable empirical analyses and brief reviews of key publications. The aim is to establish the management revue as a top quality symposium journal for the international academic community.
The journal is available online via the Nomos eLibrary, ABI/INFORM Global and JSTOR. The management revue is indexed in the Web of Science™ Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Elesevier's Scopus and the RePEc services IDEAS and EconPapers.
- page I–II Titelei/Inhaltsverzeichnis
- page 111–115 What Makes a Job Good or Bad? Standards of Good Work RevisitedDorothea Alewell, Simon Fietze, Wenzel Matiaske
- page 116–144 Perceived Job Quality in German Minijobs. A Multidimensional Analysis of Work in Marginal Part-time Employment RelationshipsFabian Beckmann
- page 145–166 Quality of Working Conditions, Sector of Employment and Age at RetirementTobias Wiß, Lisa Schmidthuber, Valeria Bordone
- page 167–187 Is There a New Meaning of Work? The How and Why of a Change in Altruistic Work Values in Germany between 1989 and 2016Karla Louise Brinck, Sven Hauff, Stefan Kirchner
- page 188–205 When Good Jobs Become Bad Jobs. Professional's Subjective Demands for Meaningful WorkFriedericke Hardering
- page 206–231 Incongruity between Work and Gender Roles: The Effects of Gender Stereotype Deviation on Job SatisfactionSina Otten, Dorothea Alewell
- page 232–258 Co-Creating the Good Job or the Extra Mile: Does Co-Creational Implementation of WHP Improve Working Conditions?Elisabeth Nöhammer, Michaela Drexel, Harald Stummer
- page 259–284 Standards of Good Work in the Organisation of Working Time: Fragmentation and the Intensification of Work Across Sectors and OccupationsAgnieszka Piasna