Manuscripts submitted to Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations must be original texts, presented exclusively to the journal, free of copyright and a product only of the authors cited on the title page.
They must also :
To comply with the peer review process (the triple blind evaluation), manuscripts must be free of any information that would allow for the identification of the authors and their institutional affiliation. Accordingly, the identity of the author(s) must not appear in the main body of the text, the bibliography (references must be concealed) or in the properties of the electronic file.
Articles may be written in French or English.
The anonymized manuscript (of 8000 words maximum), which must be in WORD format (with only one type of font and as few codes and styles as possible), will include, in this order:
- a title of up to 120 characters
- a summary of 300 words
- an abstract of 125 words
- between 5 and 8 keywords
- the text (from the introduction to the conclusion, including tables at the right position)
- Font : Times New Roman 12
- Double spacing
- the footnotes
- the bibliographic references (according to the norms of the journal and with the first names of the authors)
This should be no longer than 120 characters.
Each manuscript should be accompanied by an abstract of 125 words in the same language as the article.
The abstract aims to attract the reader, giving a brief overview of the subject of interest and the content of the article. During editing, it will be placed at the beginning of the text.
The manuscript should be accompanied by 4 or 5 keywords. Notably, these should be terms that do not appear in the article’s title and hence increase the scope for referencing.
The summary of approximately 300 words briefly presents the research objective or question, the methodology, the results, and the main conclusions of the article. After publication, it will be used by aggregators and added to databases.
Authors are requested to provide a summary in English and/or in French.
The simplest way is to use decimal numbering to indicate heading levels:
E.g. : 1- For a level 1 title
1.1- For a level 2 title
1.1.1- For a level 3 title,
In the text, references will be identified by the name of the author or authors, the year and, where appropriate, the page. Everything is placed within parentheses.
- Example : (Piketty, 2013 : 427)
For works of more than three authors, the format et al. is accepted and it will be used throughout the entire text.
For bibliographic references at the end of the text, please follow the instructions listed in the References section.
Taking into account the referencing method adopted in the main text, the use of notes should be limited.
They should be numbered consecutively throughout the article and placed at the end of the text.
Their number should also be limited. They should have a title, be clearly presented and numbered consecutively in arabic numerals.
- Example : Table 1, Figure 1, etc.
The journal does not publish appendices.
For a summary of all the elements that you need to supply, please consult the "Checklist" below before submitting your article.