Characterisation of Technological Innovation Management Journals
AbstractThis paper seeks to characterise the publications of the technological innovation management forum. With this aim, it analyses four aspects: orientation, style, originality and readability. The information used for this study was obtained from the Emerald Management Reviews database (Emerald Group Publishing). The time period considered ran from 1996 to 2003. From the analysis, the work concludes an increasingly clear research orientation over the period. Research-Technology Management is the journal most oriented to practice. The work also finds a clear predominance of the academic style, with some room provided for the professional-journalistic style, and a certain loss of originality and readability in the publications over the period. Finally, the journals declare a more varied readership than they actually seem to have.
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Garcia M., T., Santos A., V., & Pereira do Carmo, L. (2008). Characterisation of Technological Innovation Management Journals. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 3(1), 42-57. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/art72
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