International Journal of Project Management - August issue out now
Posted by APM on 2nd Jul 2015
Download a sample paper that covers risk-bearing capacity as a new dimension to the analysis of project governance.
Individual papers from the issue 6 of volume 33 are available to purchase electronically.
Alternatively, you can subscribe to future issues of the journal in a number of different formats. APM members can save £186 per year off a print subscription, that is eight issues for just £62, by contacting APM.
To help you make the decision to subscribe you can download individual papers from a complete sample issue.
You may also be able to access the journal through your local library or academic institution via the ScienceDirect online platform.
Published in collaboration with the International Project Management Association (IPMA), the journal covers a broad range of project management topics.
The journal provides a focus for worldwide project management expertise and research while presenting a forum for its readers to share common experiences across all industry sectors.
Authors can submit their papers for inclusion in the journal. Papers are selected for publication based on their relevance, clarity, topicality, the extent to which they advance knowledge, and their contribution to inspiring further development and research.
A guide to authors gives more information on the submission process.
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