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Submit to the Inaugural Volume of Continuity & Resilience Review


Journal call for papers from Continuity & Resilience Review

Emerald Publishing in association with the Business Continuity Institute is proud to announce the forthcoming launch of the Continuity & Resilience Review.  The journal will feature two issues in 2019 and the Editor – Ruth Massie - now welcomes submissions to our inaugural volume.


Our mission
Continuity & Resilience Review will be the first journal dedicated fully to the concept of corporate resilience in its broadest sense. We aim to be THE thought leader in this field.

Aims and scope
Continuity & Resilience Review is an interdisciplinary journal which sits at the crossroads of disciplines along the organizational resilience spectrum. It is designed to introduce scholars and specialists in particular disciplines to the latest thinking and research themes in other disciplines along the spectrum. It is intended to provide a holistic perspective across resilience research and practice from all the contributing disciplines. As such it will provide an authoritative and authentic interdisciplinary perspective on a body of knowledge that is still developing within one of the key nascent professions of the 21st Century in a time of great change and upheaval for companies, governments and other organizations.
The disciplines covered by the body of knowledge related to resilience include but are not limited to the following:

  • Disaster recovery
  • Business continuity
  • Risk management
  • Information security
  • Physical security
  • Facilities management
  • Emergency management
  • Organizational resilience

The Editor
Dr Ruth Massie Ruth leads the Information Decision Management Group within the Centre for Electronic Warfare, Information and Cyber at Cranfield University. Her primary area of research focuses on understanding how Board level Directors engage with information, contextualise it and incorporate it to enable them to undertake their role. This is particularly in the context of cyber and how Board’s view the complexity and risk in relation to their organisations. Ruth's teaching focuses on governance in the cyber arena including leadership and risk. She also teaches Business Continuity and incident management. Prior to entering academia Ruth was a Business Continuity Manager and worked for Airwave Solutions, Ernst & Young (Australia), Citigroup and Swiss Re. During this time she was short listed for Industry Business Continuity Manager of the Year.

The Business Continuity Institute
The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) is the leading professional body for Business Continuity practitioners globally, with over 9000 individual members and many Fortune 500 organisations amongst its corporate partners. Its mission is to create a resilient world and its strategy calls for ever closer collaboration between professional disciplines along what it terms 'the Resilience Spectrum'. It is committed to developing a sustainable interface where the latest academic research into Resilience can be socialised throughout the practitioner communities.

How to submit
Full details on submission are included in the author guidelines at http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/journals.htm?id=crr. Submissions should be made online through the Scholar One site as described in the author guidelines. For further information on the journal or enquiries about submissions please contact the Editor, Ruth Massie r.massie@cranfield.ac.uk