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Call for Papers: International Journal of Management and Sustainability (IJMS)

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Authors interested my include their work for possible publication in International Journal of Management and Sustainability (IJMS) . It is a peer-reviewed journal, published on a monthly basis by Asian Economic and Social Society. The journal focuses on the following topics: corporate governance, human resource management, strategic management, entrepreneurship, marketing, e-business, services, information technology management, production & operations management, financial management, decision analysis, management research methods and managerial economics,  environmental sustainability, corporate social responsibility, economic sustainability and any disciplines concerning the interaction between management and enterprise sustainable development. It seeks to provide a forum for debates on practical and policy implications to sustainable development. This journal also encourages studies on solutions to improve corporate performance towards sustainability. It provides an a

Call for Papers: International Journal of Manpower

International Journal of Manpower Deadline: September 2 nd , 2013 International Journal of Manpower (IJM) is pleased to announce a special issue focused on labour market flexibility and spatial (labour) mobility. The special issue will examine different aspects of labour market flexibility, spatial mobility of workforce and its effects on labour market flexibility, factors influencing both labour market flexibility and spatial mobility, role of education and/or life-long learning for certain aspects of labour market flexibility and spatial mobility. The special issue aims to offer a range of economic, social and cultural perspectives on issues of labour market flexibility and spatial mobility in different countries (country groups) during different economic cycles (e.g. booms and crises). Special issue will focus on three main research fields: how labour flexibility is linked with spatial mobility; how formal education and lifelong learning affect labour market flexibili