The Project Management Journal finds the idea to publish submissions interesting.  Depending on the quality and eligibility of the submissions the Project Management Journal will consider to publish a selection in a special issue.
Project Management Journal® publishes research relevant to researchers, reflective practitioners, and organizations from the project, program, and portfolio management fields. Project Management Journal® seeks papers that are of interest to a broad audience. Due to the integrative and interdisciplinary nature of these fields, Project Management Journal® publishes the best papers from a number of other disciplines, including, but not limited to, organizational behavior and theory, strategic management, marketing, accounting, finance, operations research, technology and innovation management, entrepreneurship, economics, political science, history, sociology, psychology, information science, decision science, systems theory, and communication theory. Project Management Journal® publishes qualitative papers as well as quantitative works and purely conceptual or theoretical papers, including diverse research methods and approaches. Our aim is to integrate the various types of project, program, and portfolio management research. Project Management Journal® neither approves nor disapproves, nor does it guarantee the validity or accuracy of any data, claim, opinion, or conclusion presented in either editorial content, articles, From the Editor, or advertisements. Project Management Journal® is a journal to disseminate and discuss project management research. It is not a platform to discuss the content or quality of PMI standards, credentials or certifications, and those of other standard-setting organizations.