About The Journal

Welcome to the International Journal of knowledge, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the official journal of the International Conference on Knowledge, Innovation and Enterprise (KIE Conference). 

The International Journal of Knowledge, Innovation and Entrepreneurship covers a range of Business and Technology subjects. The main aim of the IJKIE is to provide an intellectual platform for international scholars and practitioners. The journal also aims to promote interdisciplinary studies in business and technology and become one of the leading journals in the area. The journal will publish original research and papers that discuss, analyse or evaluate policies, or those that disclose relevant gaps in existing research. 

The IJKIE journal welcomes submissions in the broad of areas of knowledge, creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship. Related topics will include Knowledge management, knowledge transfer, knowledge exchange, creativity in the business process, technology and organisation innovation, and entrepreneurial/SME finance and accounting, among others (see also the list below).

Coverage fields and subfields

Include the following and related fields:
  • Knowledge-Education
  • Knowledge Management
  • Information Management and Systems
  • Organisation and Work Based Learning
  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Technology Innovation Big Data, Business & Predictive Analytics, Artificial Intelligence & Robotics, Modelling, Software Development, Business Intelligence, Data Mining, Discovery & Science, Large, Distributed Cluster Environments (Hadoop)
  • Organisation and Management Innovation
  • Business/Organisational Creativity
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial Creativity
  • Entrepreneurship and Regional Development
  • Technology and Entrepreneurship
  • Government Policy and Entrepreneurship
  • SMEs & Human Resources for Entrepreneurship
  • Young and Women Entrepreneurs development
  • Public Policy and Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship and SMEs competitiveness
  • Entrepreneurship and family enterprises
  • Social & Cultural entrepreneurship
  • Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship
  • Digital Entrepreneurship
  • SME Finance, Accounting & Finance


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