COVID-19 – UPDATE
While the Journal of Innovation Management is committed to delivering timely editorial decisions, we are currently navigating unchartered times, which can lead to some delays in the peer-review process. We ask all our authors to be patient and show tolerance and respect towards all their peers, who still volunteer in review processes, in those unprecedented times.
The Journal of Innovation Management (JIM) is the open-access (no publication fee), multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal hosting a cutting-edge debate on innovation and its management, whatever form and facet it takes and embracing the technological features, managerial processes, and impacts of innovation.
This journal encourages the submission of papers addressing the multidisciplinary nature of the innovation process combining principles and concepts originating from a myriad of scientific areas, from social sciences to technology research and development. The journal encompasses all phases of the process of technological innovation from the conceptualization of a new technology-based product/service process through commercialization.
The multidisciplinary perspective associated with JIM means that papers should combine, though not being restricted, to the following areas:
- Economics and Social Sciences (e.g., Business Anthropology; Business; Creativity and Improvisation; Cross-cultural Issues; Design Thinking; Education; Entrepreneurship; Innovation; Economics; Management; Market Research; Marketing; Research Methods; Strategy).
- Technology and Science.
Focusing on Innovation in whatever form it may take (product, service, process, business model, social, strategic, experience, marketing, environmental, organizational, …).
Types of Papers
JIM welcomes original contributions ranging from Conceptual Papers, Critical reviews of scientific literature, Empirical papers building on quantitative or qualitative methods.
JIM is mainly directed to STEM-&-HASS (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics - & - Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) researchers, practitioners, thought leaders, policy-makers, education professionals and students with an interest in innovation.