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Gig Workers and Learning Organizations

The Learning Organization
The purpose of this special issue is to provide empirical evidence on how organizations can learn and become learning organizations in the context of gig economy and crowd work.
Guest editor(s)
Regina Lenart-Gansiniec, Marta Najda-Janoszka, Adriano Solidoro,

Harm to consumers from social media

European Journal of Marketing
This special issue aims to develop our conceptual and empirical understanding of the dark side of consumer’s social media use for individual well-being, social cohesion, and marketing practice.
Guest editor(s)
Luk Warlop, Morana Fuduric,

Managing the Complexity of Contemporary Conflicts

International Journal of Conflict Management
Contributors examine various conceptual and empirical considerations that affect the management of contemporary international conflicts’ complexity (broadly defined)..
Guest editor(s)
Andrew Owsiak, Sinisa Vukovic, Dan Druckman,

The role of social dialogue in return to work after chronic conditions

Employee Relations
This SI aims to advance scholarship in the area of return-to-work after chronic illness, and explore the ways in which social dialogue in particular shapes return-to-work policies and frameworks.
Guest editor(s)
Margaret Heffernan, Eugene Hickland, Adela Elena Popa,

Brand management in banking: new challenges and paradigms

International Journal of Bank Marketing
This special issue covers cutting-edge research in brand management in banking, both from an internal and external perspective
Guest editor(s)
Rafael Bravo, José M. Pina, Francesca Dall’Olmo Riley,

Sustainable Accounting and Finance Special Issue: Data-Driven Investments

Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal
Global attention on sustainability is shaping the evolution of finance and accounting.
Guest editor(s)
Tessa Hebb, Leanne Keddie, Isaac Otchere, Kate Ruff,

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