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Please note that M@n@gement is in the process of transitioning from one manuscript tracking system to another. We welcome new submissions on this page. Log in or create an account via the links above to submit your manuscript to M@n@gement.
Manuscripts that were submitted to M@n@gement before January 2020, will still be processed in our old system.
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