Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice
The International Journal for Innovation Research, Commercialization, Policy Analysis and Best Practice
Indexed in Thomson Reuters':
SSCI .380 (2011) ISSN 1447-9338
SSCI .362 (2010) 4 issues per yearSSCI .379 (2009) (128 pages average)
'Innovation' is the generation and application of new ideas and skills to produce new products, processes and services that improve economic and social prosperity. The journal's scope encompasses innovation research, policy analysis and best practice in large, medium and small enterprises, public and private sector service organizations, local, state and national government, urban, rural and regional societies and economies with special emphasis on linking academic research to future practice. Original articles within this scope - particularly from developing, medium and small economies - are welcomed.
Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice publishes original research, literature and book reviews, methodology, policy analyses, case studies, education and training approaches, strategy, tactical and finance approaches, practice reports, and research notes across all fields of innovation, including:
- Technology strategy, collaboration and competition
- Technology transfer and innovation support organizations
- Corporate sustainability, reinvention and renewal
- Process and product innovation, prototyping and diffusion
- Research management, scale-up and commercialization
- Cross-cultural management, creativity and innovation
- Team building, team management and collaborative systems
- Managing creativity, creative teams and creative organizations
- Government innovation policy, incentives and regulation for innovation
- Open, regional, national and state innovation systems policy and practice
- Innovation in developing, medium and small economies and societies
- Managing, negotiating and commercializing intellectual property
- Managing virtual teams, networks and environments for innovation
- Managing organizational learning, knowledge and change
Accepted manuscripts address interests of the following Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice readers: academic researchers; university lecturers; innovation graduates; management students; professional development trainers; research scientists; engineer managers; industry economists; public policy developers and analysts; public and private sector research and laboratory managers; company directors, financial officers, marketing, human resources and operations managers.
Criteria for selection are that articles are original, novel, relevant, concise, practical, informative and useful to readers of the respective sections of the Journal: Feature Articles; Management Education; East Asian and Developing Economy Management Research in Industry, Innovation and Technology; Innovation Case Studies; Innovation Education; Policy Analysis; Literature Reviews; Technology Transfer Tactics; Research Notes; Book Reviews and Booklists; Conference Reports.
Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice follows APA 6th edn referencing style. Authors are requesting to submit original manuscripts following guidelines at: http://www.innovation-enterprise.com/page/48/submit-papers
Book reviews should:
- position the book in the literature
- contain a synopsis of each chapter
- critically compare the book's contribution to teaching this subject
- contain 5-8 citations of scholarly work as part of their critical analysis
- be contained to 1500 words (three printed pages)
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