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SPECIAL ISSUES

 
PUBLISHED ISSUE
Data Management and Network Control in Wireless Networks (SICN)
 
  GUEST EDITOR
Dr. Min Song
Old Dominion University
United States of America
 
 
Management, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Change and Digital technology in post- COVID-19 New Business World (SIBRM1)
 
  GUEST EDITOR
Dr. Mfazo Cliford Madondo
University of KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IN-PROCESS SPECIAL ISSUES
Pragmatic solutions to reasonably assure the sustainability of small businesses in the 21st century (SIBRM2)
Dr. Juan-Pierré Bruwer
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
South Africa
  Performance, Risk and Decision Making (SIBRM4)
Professor Selim AREN
Yildiz Technical University
Turkey
  Intelligent User Interfaces and Personalized Interaction (SIAE)
Dr. Christos Troussas

University of West Attica
Greece
         
Collaborative Dimension of Enterprises for Future Development (SIBRM6)
Dr. Chi Maher

St Mary’s University Twickenham
United Kingdom
  Contemporary Business Challenges and Opportunities of doing business within the African Context : Key insights for the fourth Industrial Revolution (SIBRM5)
Dr. Tinashe Chuchu

University of Pretoria
South Africa
 
INTERESTED TO LAUNCH SPECIAL ISSUE?

Who Can Launch Special Issue

Editorial Board - To strengthen their research profile and to support their research funding.
Conference Organizers - To give extra credit to conference publications.
Supervisors - To publish papers of their students in bulk under one specific topic at discounted publication rate.
Anyone - Any research scholar, scientists and industrialists who intend to collaborate with CSC Journals network of professional.

Propose Your Special Issue

Propose Special Issue to promote your research efforts and yourself among International research community. Contact the Editor in Chief before proposing as to check the fit with journal's aim and scope and then fill this form to propose your Special Issue.

Rules For Launching Special Issue

CSC Journals define set of rules that must be followed by guest editors or conference organizers in order to launch a successful special issue valuing their research.

  • Proposals to launch new journal or special issue should be submitted by the Guest Editors (at least 4 and at most 6 Guest Editors) or conference organizer.
  • Proposal should include a suggested title for special issue and the journal for which the special issue is intended. It must be noted that special issue title should not conflict with the existing journal title.
  • Proposed aims and scope, giving an overview of the Special Issue's intended focus and a list of the topics to be covered.
  • A list of the Guest Editors including their names, emails, affiliations, and a short biography (one paragraph) of each of the Guest Editors.
  • A proposed timeline and schedule which includes:
    • Deadline for submission (2 months from the initial Call-for-Papers).
    • First round of review (1 month after submission deadline).
    • Tentative publication date (1 month after the first round of review).

Submission of a special issue proposal consists of writing a draft of a call for papers  which includes the scope of the special issue, relevant keywords, and a schedule for the publishing process.  Upon approval by the Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor, the call for papers will be circulated by the Guest Editor, the Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor of the journal in several venues.

Benefits of Organizing Special Issue

Organizing special issue is an opportunity for academicians to generate funds to support their research. It is understood that each paper is published under CSC-OpenAccess and require APC for each special issue publication. Our editors take it as advantage and organize special issue through which they generate funds and support their own research activities.

  • Conference organizers launch special issue to give extra credit to their conference. They negotiate the APC depending upon the number of papers included in the conference special issue. For further details, please visit Conference Partnership Program (CPP).
  • Supervisors take advantage from special issue organization through which they negotiate APC in order to publish the papers of their student under one specific topic and at discounted rates.

For further details related to special issues, instructions and assistance please contact us at coordinator@cscjournals.org.

Special issue proposals can be submitted directly to the managing editor at editor@cscjournals.org.