πŸ“£ We are excited to announce the “Call for Research Papers” for the Q2/2024 upcoming Special Issue of Innovation & Development, a publication of the Asia-Pacific Economic Review.

As we navigate through the intense summer heat, our reliance on digital transformation and sustainable energy solutions becomes increasingly critical. These themes are not just shaping our daily lives but also setting the stage for pivotal research in 2024.

πŸ”Ž This quarter, we invite esteemed researchers to contribute their insights and scholarly work on:

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We encourage submissions that explore innovative solutions, advancements, and strategic insights in these areas. If you are interested, please send your manuscripts to [email protected] with the subject: [IID Journal] Main Contact Person’s Full Name – Paper Title

πŸ“ Submission requirements are attached at the link:
πŸ“Œ Submission deadline: 20 June 2024

Still have questions about the topics? Read on to decode them together and find creative research ideas!

Digital Transformation Trends

πŸ’» Digital transformation is the process of continuously applying digital technology to all areas of business to increase organisational efficiency and enhance customer experience. Digital transformation trends that promote competitive advantage include: Artificial Intelligence (Al) and Machine Learning (ML); Automation; Cloud computing; Cybersecurity; Internet of Things (loT); Industry-wide transformations; Remote work (Remote work).

Prospects for Green Energy

πŸ€ Green energy is a type of energy generated from natural resources (sun, wind, water, geothermal, biomass, sea, etc.) that is unlimited or renewable in a relatively short period of time. Green energy is considered a sustainable development solution for the future. However, a few issues must be addressed:
(1) Ensuring a sustainable energy supply with low environmental impact and low emission potential;
(2) Barriers to sustainable energy development exist and effectively identifying and addressing them is crucial.

“Knowledge begins with research!”

The Special Issue of Innovation & Development is a cornerstone in scholarly discourse, recognised by Vietnam’s State Professorship Council and included in the list of specialised scientific journals with a research score of 0.5 points.

Join us in driving impactful research and shaping the future of sustainable development and technological innovation. We eagerly await your contributions!

*The Asia-Pacific Economic Review is under the Asia-Pacific Economic Center (VAPEC)