International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management

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Editor in Chief: Prof. Kurt J. Engemann
ISSN online: 1758-2172
ISSN print: 1758-2164
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IJBCRM is a refereed international journal that provides a professional and scholarly forum in the essential field of business continuity and risk management with particular emphasis on decision making using a multidisciplinary approach. Organisational resiliency through risk assessment, contingency planning, systems security, crisis and disaster management, and recovery planning, as well as public policy regarding infrastructure and security, are integrated in the journal's coverage.

 



 Topics covered include

  • Professional practices of business continuity
  • Infrastructure crisis, public policy
  • Risk management, decision technology
  • Natural resources, environmental threats
  • Crisis leadership, organisational resiliency
  • Enterprise risk management
  • Crisis management information systems
  • Homeland security/organisational threats
  • Systems security for business resiliency
  • Crisis communications, disaster recovery
  • Natural, technological, industrial, terrorism events
  • Governance, risk, regulatory compliance
  • Software, training, awareness
  • Successful public-private partnerships
  • Modelling, visualisation, agents, simulation, gaming

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Objectives

The goal of IJBCRM is to provide an academic and professional forum to develop and disseminate research, practical methods, theories, and experiences in the developing area of business continuity and risk management. This growing body of knowledge is vital to lead an organisation in the process of systematic decisions to protect people, assets and operations and to ensure the survivability of an organisation from disaster. A broad spectrum of threats, vulnerabilities and risks will be addressed and the most useful strategies and plans to prevent and mitigate disaster will be addressed.


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Professionals, academics, researchers, planners, managers, and policy makers.


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IJBCRM publishes scholarly research, methodological articles, review papers, case studies, conference reports, book reviews, educational approaches, and news. Special issues are devoted to important topics falling within the scope of business continuity and risk management.


 

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Editor in Chief

  • Engemann, Kurt J., Iona College, USA
    (kengemann@iona.edu)

      Editorial Board Members

      • Aguirre, Benigno E., University of Delaware, USA
      • Aven, Terje, University of Stavanger, Norway
      • Barnes, Paul, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
      • Borodzicz, Edward, University of Portsmouth, UK
      • Brem, Stefan, Federal Office for Civil Protection, Switzerland
      • Fiedrich, Frank, Bergische Universitt Wuppertal, Germany
      • French, Simon, The University of Manchester, UK
      • Gaudenzi, Barbara, Università degli Studi di Verona, Italy
      • Geldermann, Jutta, Georg-August-Universitt Gttingen, Germany
      • Giambattista, Gian Di, Ontario Power Generation, Canada
      • Ishikawa, Akira, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
      • Jefferson, Theresa, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
      • Kelly, Phil, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
      • Lambert, James H., University of Virginia, USA
      • Miller, Holmes E., Muhlenberg College, USA
      • O'Connor, Rory V., Dublin City University, Ireland
      • Sangle, Shirish, National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), India
      • Sheffi, Yossi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
      • Statler, Matt, New York University, USA
      • Zsidisin, George A., Bowling Green State University, USA

       

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