About the Journal
The International Journal of Psychosociology and Management of Organizational Behavior was created in 1994 on the initiative of Gilles Amado and Eugene Enriquez, the first editors, and Serge Kebabtchieff, the President of ESKA Editions. At the time, it was called the International Journal of Psychosociology.
The RIPCO is the first French language journal mainly dedicated to the field of organizational behavior. Since its creation, the journal has published more than 900 articles. In 2008, the journal was awarded the ADVANCIA CCIP prize (Paris). It is currently referenced in the following academic rankings: ESSEC (since 2009), HARZING (since 2010), FNEGE (since 2011), AERES (2012) then confirmed by HCERES (2015). In addition, the journal is listed in the following databases: CAIRN, Google Scholar, Social Science Database, ProQuest Sociology Database and Social Science Premium Collection.
In 2005, a new editorial team shifted the focus of the work to organizational behavior to include the study of behaviors that address the individual, dyad, group, and organization. This body of work integrates the question of behavior within organizations as much as the behavior of organizations. In this perspective, since 2011, the name of the journal has evolved to become the International Journal of Psychosociology and Management of Organizational Behavior (RIPCO).