Aim and Scope
The Journal of Technology and Innovation Management (JTIM) is a scholarly, international, peer-reviewed, and open-access online journal devoted to publish the latest research in technology and innovation management. The journal seeks to advance the theoretical and managerial knowledge in the field of technology and innovation management, including related research areas.
JTIM welcomes high-quality and original results, methodologies, theories, concepts, models and applications on any aspect of technology and innovation management. We encourage submissions that are informative, thought-provoking and intellectually challenging, thereby contributing to the theoretical and practical facets of technology and innovation management.
The journal has no preferred or disallowed methodologies, but is open to rigorous approaches of any type. Manuscripts should address current or emerging problems in the field of technology and innovation management and should have the potential to impact practice and theory. Apart from original research articles, we welcome 'Standpoint' articles, which provide new and fresh perspectives that are beneficial to scholars and/or practitioners. Such submissions can include essays and comments on emerging topics that stimulate discussion both in the worlds of academic research and corporate practice.
JTIM serves as a research outlet of the Chair of Industrial Management at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, but welcomes everyone around the world to submit their research. We explicitly encourage early career researchers as well as practitioners to submit their manuscripts, including excellent student papers and insights coming from within organizations.
Topics covered in the journal include:
Business Model Innovation
Industry 4.0 / Industrial Internet of Things
Innovation Adoption and Diffusion
Innovation Marketing / High-Tech Marketing
Product and Service Innovation
Christian V. Baccarella
Tobias T. Eismann
Timm F. Wagner
Feel free to browse through the JTIM articles. JTIM is strictly open access because we believe that there should be no barriers to knowledge.
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