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Inequalities in Entrepreneurship Opportunities: the intersectionality of contexts, situatedness, positionalities and identities

International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research
This special issue reopens the debate on inequalities in entrepreneurship by providing a space for a dialogue between established intersectionality theories and the emerging relevant approaches of...
Guest editors

Natalia Vershinina

Renaud Redien-Collot

Séverine Le Loarne-Lemaire

Haya Al-Dajani

Maria Villares-Varela

Paul Lassalle

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Mobile learning and microlearning in vocational education: Emerging trends for training

Education + Training
The topic of mobile learning and microlearning in vocational education has not been addressed before and gives the special issue great relevance, originality and novelty, being a pioneering issue in...
Guest editors

José-María Romero-Rodríguez

María-Pilar Cáceres-Reche

Francisco D. Fernández-Martín

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Call for abstracts: Deep Learning based Soft Sensor for Industrial Autonomous Process Control

Sensor Review
This special issue contributes to the novel ideas in the deep learning-based soft sensors for industrial autonomous process control which is the need of the hour in updating Industry 4.0 to Industry 5...
Guest editors

Dr. Rajesh M

Dr. Sitharthan R

Dr. Danilo Pelusi

Dr Sathees Kumar Nataraj

Dr. Shanmuga Sundar D

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The Future of Universities: View from the Top

On The Horizon
This special issue aims to provide a “global” point of view by including Presidents of universities from around the world.
Guest editors

David W. Atkinson

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Integrated reporting in a changing world

Accounting Research Journal
There is increasing evidence of global warming and climate change. The recently concluded COP26 Summit left a grim reminder that the next decade would be most crucial in our ability to keep the global...
Guest editors

Professor Steven Cahan

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Better than Us? Workers, Robots, and the HMR of the Future

Journal of Organizational Change Management
How will have to be managed the relationships and co-existence between Human Resources (HR) and robots within companies in ethical and profitable ways? How do workers will perceive robots?
Guest editors

Francesco Schiavone

Yichuan Wang

Ginevra Gravili

Patricia Baudier

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