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Call for Chapters

  • 1.  Call for Chapters

    Posted 12-15-2023 07:35
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    Call for chapters for the upcoming "The Palgrave Handbook of Breakthrough Technologies in Contemporary Organisations" in late 2024.


    This handbook is comprised of 35 chapters sitting within the five themes of

    1.     Technology and the Modern Enterprise;

    2.     The growing role of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

    3.      Information Systems for Business

    4.      E-commerce

    5.      Financial Technology (FinTech).

    What sets this handbook apart is its commitment to embracing a wide array of perspectives, and transcending traditional boundaries of disciplines, cultures, and regions. Our exploration spans the breadth and depth of ICT, yet remains anchored in the real-world experiences of diverse regions from the rapidly evolving economies of South and Southeast Asia, to the advanced technological landscapes of Europe, the USA, Australia, and the culturally rich environments of the Middle East.


    Please see the attached available chapters and email Dr Mahmoud Moussa

    E: mahmoud.moussa@flinders.edu.au  

    to indicate which chapter(s) you are interested in contributing.


    Submission Details:

    1. The chapter word limit is 5000 words, including abstract, references,

        notes, figures, tables, etc.

    2. Abstract is 200-250 words with 3 – 6 keywords.

    3. UK English style for spelling and APA referencing.

    4. Format: Times New Roman - Font Size: 12 – double spacing. 

    5. Chapters based on either primary or secondary sources of information will be considered.

    6. All chapters will be uploaded in Turnitin to check the similarity rate.


    Important Dates:


    ·       15th of February 2024 submission of the first chapter draft.

    ·       15th of March 2024 revisions. Also: each author–team will be asked to review a chapter (Blind peer-review process will take place for each chapter).


    For any questions or submissions please contact:

    Dr Mahmoud Moussa

    E: mahmoud.moussa@flinders.edu.au  

    Professor Adela J McMurray, PhD 

    Dean (Research)  

    College of Business, Government and Law 

    Flinders University

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    GPO Box 2100 Adelaide SA 5001 

    M: +61 434551080 

    P: +61 8 8201 9411  

    E: adela.mcmurray@flinders.edu.au

    Website: www.flinders.edu.au/people/adela.mcmurray

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