The International Journal on Innovation & Technology Transfer was launched in 2011 and focuses on technological trends, innovation from conceptualization of a new technology–based product or process through commercial utilization and investment strategies for science or technology based enterprises.
The objectives of the journal are to develop and promote the fields of innovation and technology transfer by providing a platform for reporting, sharing as well as the exchange of ideas, research findings, industry best practice and trends in the selected fields.
The topics are explained through reviews, analyses of government policy, research and review papers, case studies and book reviews from academicians, researchers and other practitioners from the world of SMEs.
The journal welcome papers in anyone of the following categories: original research papers, review papers, technical reports, case studies, book reviews, notes, commentaries as well as industry best practice and trends. For more information please see Author Guidelines and Manuscript Requirements
All research articles in this journal are subjected to through rigorous peer reviews to ensure originality, timeliness and relevance, selected conference papers that require wider exposure are also published at the discretion of the Editors.
The journal’s Subject Areas
The fields covered by the journal include new technology start-ups and entrepreneurships, venture management, harnessing R&D tools, green technology development, innovation in SMEs, Government initiatives, policies & programs; case studies; best practices; international cooperation, technology management and marketing, knowledge management, technology transfer and collaboration.
The journal’s audience
This journal is aimed at practitioners, policy makers and academics with an interest in the Innovation & Technology Transfer in small businesses. Apart from ISSME members, affiliates and partners it also targets, small business advisors, national Governments, SME promotional agencies, industry associations, UN Agencies, international and regional organisations, banks and financial institutions, business incubations, family-run businesses, research centers, universities, academics and students.