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  • 400 titles and 70,000 articles

     

    The inaugural issue of the International Journal of Image Mining brings the total number of published titles in the Inderscience journals collection to 400. This represents a significant database of research and the collection will continue to grow as gaps in the collection are identified or new, significant and sustainable research areas emerge. To underline the extent of the research available, an article by Jørn Flohr Nielsen, (Problem perceptions by top managers in distant subsidiaries, in the European J. of International Management, 2015 Vol.9, No.4, pp.484 509) became the 70,000th article published in the Inderscience online collection.

  • New Editor for IJ Cognitive Performance Support

     

    Associate Prof. Jason C. Hung from the Overseas Chinese University in Taiwan has been appointed to take over editorship of the International Journal of Cognitive Performance Support.

  • New Editor for IJ Digital Enterprise Technology

     

    Dr. K. Ganesh from McKinsey and Company in India has been appointed to take over editorship of the International Journal of Digital Enterprise Technology.

  • Award for IJFERM/IJMCDM Editor

     

    Audencia Nantes School of Management (ANSM) has recognised the work of Professor-Academic Constantin Zopounidis. He received the award for his scientific work in management science and decision making at the 5th International Conference of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS) organised by the ANSM Centre for Financial and Risk Management. ANSM is ranking third in "Top Business School with significant international influence" in France.

  • IJ Simulation and Process Modelling increases issues

     

    The International Journal of Simulation and Process Modelling has announced that it will be increasing issues from four to six from 2016 onwards