Journal of Innovation Management

 

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 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:

  • Economic and Social Science (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.
  • Product Innovation Management

 

Journal Indexing[NEW] ProQuest: Indexed as Scholarly Journal at ABI/Inform | Subject: Business and Economics | Pub ID: 2046363

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Finland: The Journal of Innovation Management is listed in The Publication Forum / Julkaisufoorumi, with level 1 (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017) (more information).

Norway: Journal of Innovation Management has now become an authorized publication channel for Norwegian scholars: Level 1 (more information).
Paper Submission & Publication FeesCheck here the Author Guidelines, please register in the platform as author before submitting your paper.
There is no publication fee.
Please find previous Issues in the Archive: here
Partner ConferenceTo be announced soon.
Journal Periodicity4 Issues per Year
  • Spring Issue published in Mar/April
  • Summer Issue published in June/July
  • Autumn Issue published in September/October
  • Winter Issue published in Dec/Jan
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Journal Editors, Associate Editors and Editorial Board Members


Journal Advisory Board

The IJMAI Advisory Board has as its main mission evaluating and suggesting improvements to IJMAI in order to make it more relevant to both the academic and the enterprise world. With this objective in mind, the Advisory Board should make comments to the actual journal contents and to its peer-review process. The Advisory Board will further comment and suggest improvements to IJMAI's positioning as a pivot between academia and industry and building on innovation research to make the world a better place for everyone.

Advisory Board Members

Academia: Ian C. MacMillanJose Tribolet and Henry Chesbrough

Industry: Martin CurleyKumardev Chatterjee, Iain Bitran, Hans Van Mingroot

Policy: Bror Salmelin

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ArchivingJIM Full Issue Archive kept at the Open Access Repository of the University of Porto.
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Past Partner conferences

Business Innovation Track @ 2018 IEEE CBI Conference. Selected papers from the Conference Track will be invited to be published in a thematic issue on "Business Innovation" in JIM.

ROBOT'2015 - The Second Iberian Robotics Conference, 19-21 November, Lisbon, Portugal (link) - Special Session on Tech Transfer and Innovation

17th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics 13th-16th July 2015, Lisbon, Portugal (link)

1st International Conference on Business Management July 2nd - 3rd, 2015. Valencia (Spain)  (link)


Vol 6, No 3 (2018)

Full Issue

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Anne-Laure Mention, João José Pinto Ferreira, Marko Torkkeli
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1-7

Letters

Carlos Melo Brito
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8-16

Articles

Julieta Kaoru Watanabe Wilbert, Susanne Durst, Helio Aisenberg Ferenhof, Paulo Selig
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17-39
Tatjana Apanasevic, Niklas Arvidsson, Jan Markendahl
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40-97
Igor Dukeov, Jukka-Pekka Bergman, Pia Heilmann, Vladimir Platonov, Vladimir Jaschenko
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98-133
Joern Henning Buehring, Jeanne Liedtka
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134-152
Sabrina Korreck
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153-177