Calls for papers

Here are the latest calls for papers and special issues from our extensive journal and case study range.


Meeting the trauma needs of Autistic people

Advances in Autism
This special issue aims to collate new empirical research studies and opinion / conceptual pieces on issues relevant the trauma needs of autistic people, to increase recognition of the characteristics...
Guest editor(s)
Dr Deborah Morris,

Corporate Science Communication

Journal of Communication Management
This special issue aims to facilitate the production of original research in corporate science communication, to contribute knowledge that seeks to develop our understanding and raise questions...
Guest editor(s)
Dr. Matthew S. VanDyke, Dr. Haoran Chu, Dr. Nicole M. Lee,

Perspectives on Data Literacies

Information and Learning Sciences
For this Special Issue, we invite papers exploring current perspectives in learning and information research and teaching on data literacies among learners, addressing the growing need for a data...
Guest editor(s)
Amelia Acker (University of Texas Austin), Leanne Bowler (Pratt Institute), Luci Pangrazio (Deakin University),

Tourism & Hospitality in the Digital Era: Technology and its (im)Possibilities

EuroMed Journal of Business
The special issue seeks to stimulate and promote an understanding of present and future technology use trends in the tourism and hospitality industry. Consistent with the mandate of EMJB, the SI...
Guest editor(s)
Prof. Alkis Thrassou, Prof. Dimitrios Buhalis, Dr. Shahriar Akter, Dr. Leonidas Efthymiou,

Corrosion and Corrosion Protection in Green Energy Technologies

Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials
This Special Issue gathers a selection of papers focusing on understanding corrosion issues in green energy sectors and CCUS facilities and novel corrosion mitigation technologies.
Guest editor(s)
Dr Berenika Syrek-Gerstenkorn, Dr Shiladitya Paul,

Exploring happiness in the workplace as an important theme for developing managers post pandemic

Journal of Management Development
Happiness management as a managerial approach explores the role of managers in creating the conditions for happy workplaces and seeks to understand its relationship to organisational performance
Guest editor(s)
Rafael Ravina-Ripoll, Esthela Galván-Vela, Cristina Raluca Gh. Popescu, Eduardo Ahumada-Tello,

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