Calls for papers

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Carbon Management Accounting: A Strategic Imperative for Navigating Climate Change Risks in Accounting Practices

Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change
In an age where environmental concerns are reshaping industries and global economies, the integration of climate change considerations into various facets of business has emerged as a critical...
Guest editor(s)
Dr. Sitara Karim, Dr. Yusuf Adeneye,

Contemporary Developments in Investigative Interviewing

Journal of Criminal Psychology
The special seeks to provide a comprehensive exploration of the latest advancements and critical insights in the field of investigative interviewing.
Guest editor(s)
Kirk Luther,

Reflexive, Creative, and Critical Research Methodologies in Disaster Studies

Disaster Prevention and Management
This special issue aims to explore the evolving landscape of research methods following the release of the Disaster Studies Manifesto, which emphasizes the importance of developing a reflexive and...
Guest editor(s)
Dr Kaira Zoe Alburo-Cañete, Kirstin Kreyscher, Dr Maria Carinnes Alejandria,

Computational Methods in Multi-scale, Multi-uncertainty and Multi-physics Problems

Engineering Computations
A special issue closely linked, but not limited, to the ECCOMAS Thematic Conference of Computational Methods in Multi-scale, Multi-uncertainty and Multi-physics Problems.
Guest editor(s)
F.M. Andrade Pires, Chenfeng Li,

Service Marketing for Good

Journal of Service Theory and Practice
This special issue focuses on service and service marketing for good to contribute to the wellbeing of people and planet.
Guest editor(s)
Jörg Finsterwalder, Sven Tuzovic, Marjan Aslan,

Challenges to ethical and responsible leadership in transforming economies

International Journal of Ethics and Systems
IJOES invites papers on the challenges to ethical and responsible leadership in transforming economies, emphasizing ethics and justice to combat global poverty, climate change, and human suffering.
Guest editor(s)
Camilla Sløk,

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