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International Journal of Disruptive Innovation in Government

Image: International Journal of Disruptive Innovation in Government.

ISSN: 2516-4392

Content: Table of Contents
Logo: UAE: The Cabinet.
Information: Journal information  |  Editorial Team  |  Author Guidelines
Delivered by Emerald Publishing Services in association with the Prime Minister's Office at the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs, United Arab Emirates

Aims & scope

The International Journal of Disruptive Innovation in Government (IJDIG) considers innovation as both a holistic philosophy and a key driver for driving transformational excellence.

Critical aspects of transformational excellence innovation include the focus on disruptive change and the role of digital enablement in supporting the drive for innovation.

The journal publishes research on the transition of organizational systems from closed to open systems then to networks through digital connectivity, particularly in the context of the leveraging of capabilities and the management of value creation from a relative standpoint.

The journal also welcomes papers on the measurement aspects of disruptive innovation, together with the role of artificial intelligence in propelling innovation towards redefining the future of Government.

Key topics include, but are not limited to:

  • From continuous improvement to disruptive innovation in Government
  • Excellence in the culture of engagement and empowerment
  • The new meaning of disruptive change
  • Digital transformation for enabling innovation
  • Connectivity and the leveraging of capabilities
  • Innovation through co-creation
  • The measurement of disruptive innovation
  • The future of AI-enabled innovation
  • DIY innovation in Government

Papers in IJDIG are double-blind peer-reviewed. For more details about Emerald’s approach to publication ethics, please refer to the company guidelines.

Peer review

IJDIG operates a double blind peer review model. All articles undergo an initial assessment by the journal editor. If they are considered suitable for peer review, articles will then be reviewed by a minimum of two external reviewers to assess its suitability for publication. Final responsibility for editorial decisions rest with the journal editor.

Open access

All articles published in IJDIG are published Open Access under a CC BY 4.0 licence. For further information on licencing please see the author guidelines.

Publishing Services partnership

IJDIG is published by Emerald Publishing on behalf of the Prime Minister's Office at Ministry of Cabinet Affairs United Arab Emirates. IJDIG is owned by the Prime Minister's Office at Ministry of Cabinet Affairs United Arab Emirates. IJDIG is published under a platinum OA arrangement, in that all charges for publishing an OA article in IJDIG are funded by the Prime Minister's Office at Ministry of Cabinet Affairs United Arab Emirates. There is no charge to the author.

You can view the journal's tranparency statement here.

This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics. More on Emerald's approach is available in our Publication Ethics guidelines.