Currently world-wide, the education sector is facing a huge impact as a result of COVID-19, with universities forced to shift their teaching to e-learning and blended learning modes. Academics have had to adapt to this change, both by way of teaching, and the assessment process. This has generated several challenges and opportunities for both academics and students. This special issue… Continue Reading.
We would like to draw the attention of the experts in corporate governance and sustainability that international peer-reviewed journal Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review announces a call for papers for the special COVID-issue (2020) of the journal. The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has impacted, the global economy, locked down societies and changed communities for the better, and at times, for the… Continue Reading.
In this special issue, we call for papers of conceptual or empirical nature that advance our thinking on dynamic capabilities. We invite research that tackles pertinent issues in relation to the theoretical underpinnings of dynamic capabilities and their microfoundations. For more information, click HERE.
In line with the Special Issue call for papers on Social Diversity and Precarious Organizations, we invite applications for a Paper Development Workshop to be hosted online on 30 September 2020. The goal of the workshop is to discuss working manuscripts with the aim of submission for review at the Special Issue. The workshop will accommodate participation from authors in… Continue Reading.
We know we are asking for a short turnaround and hope the lockdown in several countries has its advantage for you so that you can take out some time for submitting a paper for this special issue. This special issue will also help to show how we as an MSR scholarly community are able to take responsibility to address urgent… Continue Reading.
This special issue seeks to address the conceptualization and issues surrounding SMIP. The overarching objective of this special issue is to present exemplary research that focusses on the development of new theories and artifacts for the measurement of polarization, as well as helping us achieve a better understanding of its drivers and consequences.
Topics include, but are not limited to: Impacts of technological advancement and alternative logistical infrastructures on SC re-configuration and network re-design Impact of evolving business models and trade policies on SC decisions in the era of reglobalization Role of technology and logistical infrastructures in redistributing wealth and rebalancing labor concentration across SCs Role of technology in facilitating SC finance, contracts,… Continue Reading.
Deadline Extended to 30 June 2020!! The purpose of this special issue is to focus scholarly attention on specific areas that need further enquiry in order to continue to develop this important stream of research.