|[ 2015-03-01 ] CFP: Creating Organizations (abstract proposal due 30 June 2015)|
This special issue aims to shed new light on the increasing complexity, challenges and opportunities brought by industrial and organizational changes of the CCI. As the emerging CCI has been recognized and expected as a new economy engine, theoretical and empirical works have been looking into its organizational and developmental issues on micro to macro levels, namely on individual, project, industry, city and nation levels. However there are existing gaps in our understanding of the impacts and implications of the crossing-level and bottom-up generating dynamics, that is the emerging processes of new ways of organizing and new types of organization, especially how the micro, idiosyncratic or disorganizing practices may shape new configurations of the project and firm enterprises, which might contribute to new progresses on the macro level, influencing and informing the development of the industry, city and nation.
While with the technological advances and entrepreneurial endeavors, the hybrid CCI sector is constantly expanding and redefining its industry boundaries and business rules with the new ways of cultural and creative production, which might involve cross-industry, cross-national, cross-culture, and cross-discipline collaborations in creating and maximizing their value system. Such development has resulted in increased organizational complexity, we are therefore specifically looking for papers that untangle such intricacy, exploring and examining the ecological nature, value system, process dynamics, culture and creativity impact and management challenges related to such organizational changes in CCI.
A preliminary one-page 400-word abstract of the paper (with 3-5 key words) should be submitted to the editor of the special issue by 30 June 2015:
Dr. Hsiao-Ling CHUNG
Assistant Professor, Institute of Creative Industries Design, National Cheng Kung University
Key dates of the Special Issue:
For more detailed information about the journal and the submission guidelines, please visit www.ijcci.net
|[ 2015-03-31 ] Call for Articles in Foreign Languages (Trial Implementation: 1 July 2015 - 30 June 2016)|
International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries will review articles written in author's native language with the supplement of English abstracts. Accepted articles should be translated into English prior to publication. As a start, we would like to welcome articles written in Chinese, Japanese, and Indonesian.
For more information, go to IJCCI's Submission Guidelines.
|[ 2015-05-01 ] Call for Reviewers (Deadline: 15 June 2015)|
International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries is calling for editors and reviewers who are proficient in English and other languages (including but not limited to Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Korean, Spanish) to support its policy trial implementation to review articles in foreign languages.
Nominations and applications can be submitted through IJCCI's online form by 15 June 2015.
|[ 2015-11-15 ] Call for Abstracts: 2016 International Service Innovation Design Conference|
The International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries will be co-organizing another exciting conference next year:
Title : 2016 International Service Innovation Design Conference (2016 ISIDC)
Date : 1-5 November 2016
Location : Chiang Mai, Thailand
Theme : Cultural Innovation & Life Design
Activities : Experience tour in Northern Thailand
Workshop + Keynote speeches + plenary sessions + Doctoral Colloquium
Inauguration of the International Service Innovation Design Association (ISIDA) on 3 November 2016
Acceptance to 2016 ISIDC: based on 250-word abstract proposals.
Call for abstracts: opens now till 30 January 2016
Submission: Online form - https://sites.google.com/site/isidc2016/submit-your-abstracts
Important DatesDeadline for abstract submission : 30 January 2016
Announcement for accepted abstract : 29 February 2016
Full paper submission (for IJCCI Spring 2017) : 15 May 2016
Notice for publication in IJCCI : 15 November 2016
The 2016 ISIDC will be organized by the International Service Innovation Design Association (ISIDA) with the collaborations with:
More information on 2016 ISIDC is available on the conference website.
We look forward to seeing all of you in Chiang Mai next year!
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|[ 2016-08-02 ] Call for Special Issue 2017: Creative Industries Policy in Asia (abstract proposal due 1 October 2016)|
Creative Industries Policy in Asia: Innovating within Constraints
Creative Industries (CI) in Asia are growing exponentially. Their rise has historically been from an environment beset with cultural, financial, legal and technical constraints. In order to side-step the many challenges, present in their respective home countries, CIs have had to innovate and they have done so with good success. As a result, CIs throughout Asia have not only increased their output in recent years but are also being consumed by a population with higher levels of disposable income. Given these developments in the arts, governments in the region have come to realize the financial potential of this industry and have moved to harness the creative economy for their broader agenda of growth. CIs are, at the dawn of the 21st century, undergoing considerable change as a result of increased digital technologies, the economic crisis of the past several years, and considerable changes in the regulatory framework. Support to CIs has, likewise, evolved rapidly, witnessing core changes in intellectual property law, increased support through state aid, and a greater recognition of their potential contribution to the economy. However challenges remain. These range from the legal and policy dimensions that cover areas of copyright and piracy; freedom of expression and censorship; technology and knowledge transfer; and government funding for the arts to private investment and social accountability.
This special issue seeks to bring together papers from researchers who are examining emerging policies surrounding CIs in Asia. The aim is to identify key policies trends and their impact on CIs in Asia.
A preliminary one-page 300-word abstract of the paper (with 3-5 key words) should be submitted to the guest editors of the special issue by 1 October 2016:
Dr. James GOMEZ
Dr. Pablo Ramirez
Abstract due: 1 October 2016
Details about the journal and the submission guidelines are available on www.ijcci.net