Journals & Publications
Innovation, Regulation, Multi Business Model Innovation and Technology
NB!ICT – Innovation, Regulation, Business – is an international journal promoting debate on ICT developments, Multi Business Model Innovation and Technology and associated Business Model Ecosystems among academics, analysts, professionals and practitioners. The journal is cross-interdisciplinary and focusses on the interrelationships between technology developments in the ICT field and economic, political and social developments. NB!ICT provides a platform for a critical debate on these areas with a focus on the Nordic/ Baltic area, but with an international and Global perspective. NB!ICT provides an in-depth and holistic view of Multi Business Model and Technology Innovation from practical to theoretical aspects covering topics that are equally valuable for practitioners as well as academia – also those new in the field. The journal covers Multi Business Model and Technology Innovation issues and solutions thereof. As Business has moved towards a world of Multi Business Models, issues in modelling business and business models will be published. The publication takes a holistic, strategical, network based, global and sustainable view to the Multi Business Model Innovation Approach. Some example topics are: Multi Business Model Innovation and Technology in Green Energy, ICT, IOT, Recycling, Health Care Business Model Ecosystem, Multi Business Model Innovation Leadership and Management in Startups and SME´s, Cloud based Multi Business Model Innovation and Technologies, Business Model Eco systems, Open and Closed Business Models, Persuasive and Sensing Business models
Wireless Personal Communications
Journal Mobile Multimedia Communication
(Conasense) River Publishers (BFI 1)
The Journal of Mobile Multimedia (JMM)
The Journal of Mobile Multimedia (JMM) aims to provide a forum for the discussion and exchange of ideas and information by researchers, students, and professionals on the issues and challenges brought by the emerging networking and computing technologies for mobile applications and services, and the control and management of such networks to enable multimedia services and intelligent mobile computing applications. The journal is devoted to the publications of high quality papers on theoretical developments and practical applications related to mobile multimedia. Original research papers, state-of-the-art reviews and surveys, and technical notes are invited for publications. While JMM covers a broad range of topics, we are soliciting papers that provide a perspective on all aspects of mobile networking and computing, including, but not be limited to 1. Mobile Networks 2. Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Computing 3. Mobile Multimedia Communications 4. Mobile Social Networks and Big Data Analytics 5. Mobile Multimedia Applications, Services, and Platforms
Journal of Multi Business Model Innovation and Technology
River Publishers – ISSN: 2245-456X (Print Version), ISSN: 2245-8832 (Online Version)
The Journal of Multi Business Model Innovation and Technology
Provides an in-depth and holistic view of Multi Business Model and technology Innovation from practical to theoretical aspects covering topics that are equally valuable for practitioners as well as academia – also those new in the field. The journal covers Multi Business Model and technology innovation issues and solutions thereof. As Business has moved towards a world of multi business models, issues in modelling business and business models will be published. The publication takes a holistic, strategical, network based and global view to the Multi business approach. Some example topics are: Multi Business Model Innovation and technology in Health Care sector, Multi Business Model Innovation Leadership and management in SME´s, Cloud based Multi Business Model Innovation, Business Model Eco systems, Open and Closed Business Models.
Merged with NB!ICT from 2019
Journal of Human Bond Communication River Publishers – Upcoming
CGC will open a new Journal in 2019 on Human Bond Communication. Human Bond Communication (HBC) represents a real cultural challenge and a growing area of research focus and is intended to host publication of investigations beyond multi-sensory communication, both from the basic research standpoint, the technological and Multi Business Model Innovation viewpoint. The possibilities within the near future to use ICT for the early and non-invasive detection of biomedical events occurring in cells and tissues will be in focus and a virtual part of the life of human beings comprises their understanding and interaction with the environment through the senses that have not been considered by the current communication technologies, i.e., smell, touch, and taste. At present, all senses communication would allow interaction between people separated by a physical distance based on these senses to the emergence of a real interconnected world.