Calls for papers
Here are the latest calls for papers and special issues from our extensive journal and case study range.
Call for Papers – The Journal of Educational Administration
Journal of Educational Administration
Articles published in JEA demonstrate the editors' continuing commitment to theory, empirical research and critical analysis of the field's development. JEA's primary focus is on understanding issues...
Innovations and Digitalization in a Disruptive Global Environment: Business Model Transformation
Resilience; Agility; Innovations ; Digitalization; Disruptive Global Environment; Business Model Transformation; Sustainability; Technological Revolution; Value Chain; Business Model; Exogenous Shocks...
Guest editor(s)Bahaaeddin Alareeni, Rim El Khoury, Cagri Yalkin,
Sustainable Entrepreneurship: a new approach in Latin America and the Caribbean
This issue emphasises the new approaches of sustainable entrepreneurship, based on their environmental, social and economic impacts in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Guest editor(s)Jose Ernesto Amorós, Alfredo Estrada-Merino, Adriana Bonomo-Odizzio, Juan Carlos Sosa Varela,
Catering for Learner Diversity with Technological Advances
Interactive Technology and Smart Education
This special issue aims to share research, practices and views related to catering for learner diversity, and the potential of technological advances for supporting this goal.
Guest editor(s)Kam Cheong LI, Billy T.M. WONG, Reggie KWAN, Simon K.S. CHEUNG,
Reconceptualising the Inter/national subject: Unsettling Equality and Interculturality in HE
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
The proposed special issue will create a space for dialogue to critically examine unproblematised notions of internationalisation, mobility, equality, and global citizenship with respect to higher...
Anticipatory education policies for navigating disruptive technologies
On The Horizon: The International Journal of Learning Futures
This issue aims to build awareness of disruptive technologies, their broader impacts for education, and implications for policymakers positioned to take anticipatory action.
Guest editor(s)Bohumil “Bob” Kartous,