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Knowledge Management Studies - Inderscience Publishers

International Journal of

Knowledge

Management

Studies


Scope of the Journal

Knowledge as a key resource will contribute to improved organisational

performance if it is properly leveraged and harnessed.” IJKMS is a refereed and

authoritative source of information in the field of knowledge management and

related aspects.

Subject coverage:

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Knowledge creation, acquisition, codification,

classification, organisation, sharing, transfer,

application, protection and retention

• Design and development of knowledge

management

Management and implementation of knowledge

management

• Measurement of knowledge management

performance and benefits

• Techniques and methods for managing knowledge

• Technological tools for knowledge management

(e.g. knowledge bases, collaborative tools, expert

and intelligent systems, knowledge mining and

extraction, content and document management,

portal, search and retrieval, e-learning, virtual reality,

business intelligence, etc.)

• Human, organisational, strategic, behavioural, and

socio-cultural aspects of knowledge management

Knowledge management and public policy

Knowledge management and economics

Knowledge management and education policy

Knowledge management and intellectual capital

Knowledge management and ethics

• Other related aspects of knowledge management

International Journal of

Knowledge

Management

Studies

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Members of the Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief

Dr. M.A. Dorgham

International Centre for Technology and

Management, UK

Associate Editors

Prof. Jin Chen

Tsinghua University,

China

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Guettel

Johannes Kepler University Linz,

Austria

Regional Editor Asia-Pacific

Dr. Kuan Yew Wong

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,

Malaysia

Editorial Board

Prof. Vittal S Anantatmula

Western Carolina University,

USA

Dr. Yukika Awazu

The Engaged Enterprise,

USA

Prof. Ganesh D Bhatt

Morgan State University,

USA

Prof. Stuart Clegg

University of Technology,

Australia

Prof. Kevin C Desouza

University of Washington,

USA

Prof. Charles Despres

Conservatoire national des Arts et Métiers,

France

Dr. Jannis Kallinikos

London School of Economics,

UK

Prof. Dr. Sylvia Mercado Kierkegaard

International Association of IT Lawyers,

Denmark

Prof. Bill Martin

RMIT University,

Australia

Prof. Luiz Moutinho

University of Glasgow,

UK

Prof. Kulwant S. Pawar

University of Nottingham,

UK

Prof. Rajkumar Roy

Cranfield University,

UK

Prof. James A Sena

California Polytechnic State University,

USA

Dr. David J. Skyrme

David Skyrme Associates Limited,

UK

Prof. Alexander Styhre

Chalmers University of Technology,

Sweden

Prof. Eric Tsui

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,

Hong Kong

Prof. Katsuhiro Umemoto

The Japan Advanced Institute of Science and

Technology,

Japan

Dr Jean-Louis Ermine

TELECOM & Management SudParis,

France

Prof. Wen-Jang (Kenny) Jih

Middle Tennessee State University,

USA

Dr. Frithjof Weber

EDDEG AIRBUS Deutschland Knowledge,

Germany

Prof. Desheng (Dash) Wu

University of Toronto,

Canada

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Content of Inaugural

Issue of IJKMS

VOL. 1(1/2), 2006

The creation and management of knowledge:

what can we learn from applying the principles of

economics?

Thomas Lange

Organisational forms and knowledge

management: one size fits all?

Arnoud Franken, Ashley Braganza

The knowledge-based approach to

entrepreneurship: linking the entrepreneurial

process to the dynamic evolution of knowledge

Martin Ihrig, Dodo Zu Knyphausen-Aufseß,

Colm O'Gorman

Knowledge and expertise for high-technology

entrepreneurship: a tale of two sectors

Sarah Cooper

Analysing the value of knowledge management

leading to innovation

Kostas Metaxiotis, John Psarras

Academic spin-outs: the journey from idea to

credible proposition – a combination of

knowledge exchange, knowledge transfer and

knowledge translation

Julian C. Sulej, D. Jane Bower

Incubating enterprise and knowledge: a

stakeholder approach

Rodney McAdam, William Keogh

Launching students into enterprise: experiences

with technology as a launching platform

Annemarie Ridder, Peter Van Der Sijde

Growth strategy as practice in small firm as

knowledge structure

Emilio Bellini, Corrado Lo Storto

What motivates knowledge workers to involve

themselves in employee innovation behaviour?

Bjorn Willy Amo

Knowledge creation through co-entrepreneurship

Kathryn Pavlovich, Patricia Doyle Corner

The impact of managers' experience on the

internationalisation process: the case of UK

biopharmaceutical SMEs

Calin Gurau, Ashok Ranchhod

Creating knowledge in an entrepreneurial

environment for SMEs: learning from an American

experience

William Keogh, Brian McVey, Robert Bruce


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