We solicit original manuscripts that will provide a clear grounding in literature and scholarship, offering compelling conceptual framework or theoretical models or empirical studies. Potential authors please adhere to the following deadlines. We hope that you will make a contribution to this important issue.
Theme: “Embedding the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (Sdgs): The Role of Business, Governments, Organisations and the Academe” The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been in existence for 4 years, and just a couple of months prior to our conference, the SDGs will be 5 years old. Therefore, it is imperative at this juncture to start a critical and frank… Continue Reading.
The aim of this special issue is to bring together theoretical and empiricaladvancements in relation to HRM change leadership role in understanding and addressingsustainability challenges. We seek both theoretical and empirical papers, as well as literature reviews and meta-analyses, including interdisciplinary and intersectoral research.
The guest editing team invites scholars interested in submitting their work to this Special Issue to send their work in progress to one or both of the two conferences to which this Special Issue is linked. Please note that participation in these conferences is a way to receive feedback on the paper prior to submission, but is not a requirement… Continue Reading.
EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 30 SEPTEMBER 2020 As well as research papers (up to 8000 words including references), the theme will include debate articles (up to 1000 words) and new development articles (up to 2500 words). Please view the journal’s Instructions for Authors prior to submitting an article. Debate and new development articles will be reviewed by the guest editors… Continue Reading.