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Pardon my French: On superfluous journal rankings, incentives, and impacts on industrial-organizational psychology publication practices in French business schools

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 November 2020

Mehmet A. Orhan*
Affiliation:
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Department of Management and Strategy, PSB Paris School of Business, France Affiliate Professor of Organizational Psychology, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
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Corresponding author. Email: ma.orhan@psbedu.paris

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