Publication Opportunities

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CONTRIBUTE YOUR RESEARCH TO THE TRIPLE HELIX TOPICAL COLLECTIONS

Submit your paper to one of the following Triple Helix topical collections below:

Individuals in the Triple Helix
Guest Editors: Rhiannon Pugh and Yuzhuo Cai
Measuring Triple Helix Synergies and Innovations using Scientometric, Technometric, Informetric, Webometric, and Altmetric Data
Guest Editors: Han Woo Park and Yeongsub Nam (jsnpeace@ynu.ac.kr); Associate Editors: Managing Guest Editors (MGE) Jiang Li, Zhejiang University, China, Miyoung Chong, University of North Texas, USA
Innovation Cooperation between Large and Small Firms: Operational Models
Guest Editors in Chief: Dr Annika Steiber, A S Management Insights AB, USA, Assoc.Professor Sverker Alänge, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Please read submission guidelines and call for papers on the Journal website.  Questions can be directed to the Triple Helix Managing Editor, Anne Rocha Perazzo.

 

Call for papers for the Special Issue:

Agents of Change in University-Industry-Government-Society Relationships

Guest-Editors:
Proessor Liudvika Leišytė, liudvika.leisyte@tu-dortmund.de
Professor Maximilian Fochler, maximilian.fochler@univie.ac.at

University-industry-government collaborations and relationships, as theorized by the Triple Helix Model among others, have been analyzed in a plethora of innovation, higher education and STS studies. Most of these studies have focused on national, regional, and institutional levels, examining the structures of interaction as well as the formal and informal linkages created in collaborations. More recent elaborations of the helix model have pointed to the importance of society and societal actors beyond those institutionalized in universities, industry and government. They emphasize the importance of integrating a perspective on the role of the media, public and civil society actors to understand innovation in knowledge economies. In recent debates, the concept of responsible research and innovation broadens the range of potential actors in innovation. This asks for a deeper understanding of the characteristics of these actors as well as of the mechanisms by which they exert influence over institutional development.

Deadlines

15 June 2018 Submission of abstracts and articles to the guest editors for peer-review
10 September 2018 Submission of revised abstracts and articles to the guest editors for peer-review
31 October 2018 Final submission

Interested in becoming a Guest Editor for a Triple HelixTopical Collection?

Read more at the web page:
www.triplehelixassociation.org/news/contribute-research-triple-helix

Call for Papers

Beyond Technology: Management Challenges in the Big Data Era

Deadline: 30 September 2018

Guest Editors

Eduardo de Rezende Francisco (ESPM-MPCC and FGV EAESP, Brazil)
José Luiz Kugler (FGV EAESP, Brazil)
Soong Moon Kang (UCL School of Management, United Kingdom)
Ricardo Silva (UCL, Department of Statistical Science, United Kingdom)
Peter Alexander Whigham (University of Otago, Departmnt of Information Science, New Zealand)

This special issue of RAE will focus on methods, measures, and practices that connect Big Data issues to relevant aspects such as business value, digital transformation and organizational performance. The papers should help researchers and managers to understand the concepts, requirements, platforms, and benefits of Big Data initiatives as well as the requirements, potential risks and unintended consequences.

Submitted papers must contain new, unpublished and original work related to Big Data and data science theory, algorithms and applications. This issue will welcome papers on the conceptual aspects as well as papers on specific applications and technologies used to cope with Big Data. However, the focus should be on the business impacts and management relevance rather than on algorithms and technology deployment.

Themes and Topics

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Business value of big data technologies and models;
  • Challenges related to deployment and management of analytical initiatives;
  • Economical and value-added aspects of analytical models;
  • Big data theory and foundations;
  • Security, privacy, legal and ethical issues related to big data;
  • Data-driven innovation and digital transformation in the era of big data;
  • Data governance; data modeling and visualization; storytelling;
  • Trends in managing people, work and well-being in the Data Driven Economy;
  • Interaction/integration between Big Data and Smart Cities – frameworks, processes, information and communication technologies and IoT solutions;
  • Data police, ethics and Open Data Environment: The Big Data ecosystem;
  • Novel applications in marketing analytics, risk analytics, insurance analytics, people analytics, supply chain analytics, sentiment analysis, and healthcare analytics, among other areas.

 

Submission of Papers
Papers submitted must not have been published, acepted for publication, or presently be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Papers must be written in English and to be eligible for review the paper must be set up according to RAE Guidelines (fgv.br/raepubmanual). Suitable papers will be subjected to a blind review.

The submission must be made through the ScholarOne: http://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/rae-scielo.

Please address questions to Eduardo de Rezende Francisco (eduardo.francisco@fgv.br) and José Luiz Kugler (jose.kugler@fgv.br).