About the Journal
The journal of INNOVATION and EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES is a quarterly international journal devoted to empirical research in innovation and emerging technologies. It is a multidisciplinary journal, focusing mostly on the fields associated with innovation and technology.
The goal of the JOURNAL OF INNOVATION & EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES (JIET) is to improve understanding of innovation and technologies in various geographical and cultural settings. Moreover, it has the potential to serve as an international forum for discussion among researchers, with the goal of publishing papers that advance knowledge of both practical and theoretical aspects of management sciences. The journal will provide a framework for disseminating management research and academic brilliance. In general, management studies enable us to gain a broad understanding of business organizations and provide subject-specific knowledge in areas such as innovation, and entrepreneurship, human resource management, marketing, finance, project management, operations, business policy, and strategy. In the contemporary world, emerging technologies e.g. artificial intelligence, blockchains, big data, FinTech, tecnoprenurship, project management, etc require a lot of insights and efforts from researchers for sociotechnical adoption and management. This journal attempts to focus this area of technovation.
The Journal's goal is to provide a forum for writers to share their experiences across the full spectrum of industries where management research is conducted; JIET covers all areas of industry and management, and link theory and practice by publishing the most recent important topics.
The JIET primarily functions as a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality publications in the field of management sciences. The journal aspires to make its research widely available and visible to professionals and practitioners around the world. Originality, quality, and practical consequences will be the guiding elements of the journal's editorial policy. Quality research articles from all areas of management sciences are welcomed by the editorial board. The Journal's scope is broad, although it largely focuses on current and developing topics of innovation and technology management topics. As a result, publications in the following fields would be welcomed by 'JIET':
Technopreneurship, Innovation, FinTech, Project Management, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Technology Management, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Management Information Systems
- No of Issues (per year) = 4
- No of Articles (per issue) = 5-15
JIET aspires to deliver a quarterly research journal that is peer-reviewed by members of an international editorial board. It will serve as a hub for management, human resource, financial, and marketing studies. The 'Editorial Manager System,' which includes an online manuscript submission, review, and management system, will be used in the review process. Before being accepted, all articles will be subjected to a blind peer-review process. The editorial board, which is made up of JIET members, will conduct the review process. Any citable manuscript must be approved by at least two independent reviewers before being accepted by the editor. Authors who want their research published can submit submissions and watch their progress through the system. Reviewers can access manuscripts and provide feedback to the editor. The entire submission/review/revise/publish process can be managed by editors.
- JIET will be an open-access journal. Abstracts and full texts of all articles published in the journal can be read online without any form of restriction.
There will be a very minimal fee for publishing papers in JIET.
The Journal will be published four times a year in softcopy. The Journal will strictly adhere to the APA writing and reference style, as well as the HEC Anti-plagiarism Policy, which requires all research papers to be assessed for plagiarism using Turnitin software before being considered for publication. The journal will publish research papers with a Turnitin Similarity Index of 18% or less, while less than 5% similarity from a single source. All facts, viewpoints, and ideas expressed in research papers published in this Journal are solely the responsibility of the authors.