Calls for papers
Here are the latest calls for papers and special issues from our extensive journal and case study range.
Toward a Better Understanding of Sustainability Accounting in the Energy Industry
Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting
Sustainability accounting evolved with critical events such as publishing the United Nations Brundtland Report, Our Common Future, in 1987. In the late 1990s, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and...
Guest editor(s)Ahmed Hassanein, Khalil Nimer, Khaled Hussainey,
Making an Impact – UN Sustainable Development Goals and university performance
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education
This special issue will provide a view of the Higher Education Sector for its effectiveness in adopting sustainable practices, in research, teaching and operations.
Guest editor(s)Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart,
Problematizing development and education for sustainability
International Journal of Comparative Education and Development
The special issue opens a dialogue cum critical reflection on the Education for Sustainability (EfS) journey and its current state of affairs in the field of international and comparative education.
Guest editor(s)Dr Tamara Savelyeva, Dr Jing Liu,
Creating Business and Societal Value Through Sustainable Development Goals in Times of Crisis
The goal of this special issue is to advance the current understanding of various impacts of global crises on sustainable development and corporate governance practices, uncover shields that can...
Guest editor(s)Aymen Sajjad, Mia Pham, Harvey Nguyen,
The Dark Side of e-Commerce Logistics: Challenges and Implications in the Last Mile
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management
This Special Issue invites contributions on the often neglected “dark side” of Last-Mile Logistics, especially the environmental and social sustainability implications in the e-commerce context.
Guest editor(s)Herbert Kotzab, Hamid Jafari, Hadi Ghaderi, Erik Sandberg,
Digitalisation in Management Accounting and Control
Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management
This special issue of QRAM aims to contribute to improve our knowledge of digitalisation in management accounting and control contexts
Guest editor(s)Professor Hanno Roberts, Associate Professor Roy-Ivar Andreassen, Associate Professor Christian Andvik, Associate Professor Hakim Lyngstadås,