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International Journal of Applied Institutional Governance

This journal is sponsored by The Business School, University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK

The International Journal of Applied Institutional Governance (IJoAIG) would like to invite authors to submit papers for publication. The journal seeks practitioner papers (up to 4,000 words) academic papers between (6-8,000 words) and research student papers (up to 4,000 words) that investigate governance and regulation from theoretical and empirical perspectives.

A key feature of IJoAIG is the analysis of change in institutional governance procedures and comprehending these changes through interdisciplinary perspectives. The journal publishes papers from different disciplines within the social sciences and from diverse methodological approaches.

Overall, IJoAIG provides a forum for the dissemination of research and information regarding regulatory, legal, economic, political, philosophical and ethical issues relating to institutional governance procedures.

Areas in which the journal is interested include:

Volume: 1

Issue: 3

Human Resources and Entrepreneurship Within the Economic Dynamism
Ana Martins, Isabel Martins, Orlando Petiz and Javier Orosa Gonzalez

Structural and Cultural Dimensions of Organisation Management - A Small Firm’s Perspective
Dr Soloman Osagie

Citizenship, Education and Governance: Identifying the Good Society
Kerry E. Howell

A Systems Approach to Governance Programs
Dionne Kress, Laura Taylor and Richard Wolodkowicz

Issue: 2

A Test of the Validity of the Theory of the Firm
Kenny Crossan

A Pragmatic Business Education: The Return of Common Sense
Andrew Armitage

Industrial Policy and Governmental Facilitation: Developing a Knowledge Economy
Andrew L S Goh

Issue: 1

Assessing Communication in a New Institution: Postmodernism and the Internet
Wilson Ozuem and Kerry E. Howell

The Theory of the Firm and Alternative Theories of Firm Behaviour: A Critique
Kenny Crossan

The Stakeholder Theory in the Modern Global Business Environment
Tony Ike Nwanji, Kerry E. Howell