Management International Review

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Management International Review  
Discipline Economy, international management
Language English
Edited by Joachim Wolf, Michael-Jörg Oesterle
Publication details
Springer-Verlag (Germany)
Frequency 6/year
ISSN 0938-8249

Management International Review (MIR) is a business and management journal dealing with aspects of international management. Founded in 1960, MIR published its 50th volume in 2010. As of 2012, MIR's impact factor was 1.043 and its Google H-Index (as of July 2013) was 21. It is published by Springer-Verlag.

Since 1960 there have been between four and eight issues per volume, and between six and eight articles per issue. MIR normally publishes six issues a year, often including select focused issues (called special issues before 2005)[1] focusing on a single aspect of international management.

Klaus Macharzina[2] served as editor in chief for twenty-five years (1980-2005) and has since been honorary editor.[1] In 2005, his former PhD candidates Joachim Wolf and Michael-Jörg Oesterle succeeded him as editors in chief. From 2005 to 2008, MIR's editorial office was at Christian Albrechts University of Kiel. Since 2008, it has been at Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz. It rotates every three years.


  1. ^ a b Official homepage of MIR
  2. ^ Vitae of Klaus Macharzinas published by Hohenheim University (german).