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International Journal of Management and Decision Making (IJMDM) Special Issue on: "Social Capital and Organisations"


Mercoledì, Luglio 30, 2008

This Special Issue aims to explore how better performance and effectiveness in organisations is achieved through a better understanding and fostering of social capital. It will bring to the attention of readers recent developments in theory, theoretical frameworks and measurements of social capital. It will also explore the most recent empirical advances in social capital applied to intra–organisational contexts, and the development of social capital through inter–organisational systems consisting of corporates, NGOs, government and other sectors.

Subject Coverage

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

• Theoretical developments in social capital
• Empirical studies in social capital
• Social capital formation for for-profit and other types of organisations and across organisations
• Citizenship behaviour in organisations, intra–organisational build-up of social capital and its drivers
• Typologies and implications: types and forms of social capital and new conceptualisations
• Networks and social capital
• Trust, norms, shared values and social capital
• Communities of practice, action learning and social capital
• Knowledge management and social capital
• Social capital, complexity and self-organisation
• Social capital enabled by advances in IT and ITES
• Social capital and knowledge management
• Social capital and organisational structure, processes and strategy
• Social capital and technology development, diffusion and deployment
• Impact of social capital in functional areas/key processes in for-profit and other types of organisations
• Team building approaches: frameworks for enhancement of social capital
• Strategic alliances and social capital
• Social capital and inter cultural issues in global context for-profit and other types of organisations
• Employment practices, human resources, compensation, career success and social capital
• Social capital and entrepreneurial performance
• Social capital impact on research and development outcomes
• Social capital and the global market place
• Role of government and international organisations in promotion of intra-organisational and inter-organisational social capital
• Social capital investments

Papers submission

All papers are refereed through a peer review process. The deadline for submitting the full paper is 30 July 2005. Go to the IJMDM website to learn further details on papers submission and author guidelines.

Prossimi eventi

Nessun evento presente.