The journal, until now, has published articles and reviews of scientific texts by scientists from 16 countries in Europe, North America, South America, Australia and Asia, representing such foreign scientific units as: University of Melbourne (Australia), University of Ottawa (Canada), Florida State University (USA), National Taiwan University of Arts (Taiwan), University of Tasmania (Australia), University of Wisconsin (USA), University of the Andes Bogota (Colombia), Burgundy School of Business (France), The Ohio State University (USA), University of Arts Belgrade (Serbia), Technological Educational Institute of Crete (Greece), University of Portsmouth (England), University of Roma Tor Vergata (Italy), University of Bologna (Italy) and Siegen University (Germany). The high level of published articles has been noticed by the most opinion-forming scientific societies in the world that deal with the dissemination of knowledge in the field of broadly understood management in culture. In 2017, thanks to the efforts of the Editorial Board of the journal, which entirely consists of academic staff of the WSB University, the journal established cooperation with such federations as: Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE) in Chicago, Canadian Association of Arts Administration Educators (CAAAE) in Edmonton, European Network on Cultural Management and Policy (ENCATC) in Brussels, China Arts Administration Education Association (CAAEA) in Beijing, Taiwan Association of Cultural Policy Studies (TACPS) in Taipei. In 2018, many eminent members of the world of science from domestic and foreign academic centers joined the CMSE Scientific Council. In addition to the presidents of the above-mentioned scientific societies, the Council was joined by editors-in-chief and founders of the four most renowned scientific journals in the field of culture management in the world: International Journal of Arts Management (Canada), The Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society (USA), American Journal of Arts Management (USA), Journal of Cultural Management and Policy (Belgium).