Our Impact Factor has increased from 1.867 to 2,541! This also makes us a Q2 Sociology Journal 🚀🚀🚀 We are very proud and happy to have worked with such excellent academics who continuously enrich our journal with their innovative and impactful research.— The European Journal of Social Science Research (@InnoEuJnl) July 1, 2022
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Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research invites researchers to submit their papers for the special issue Citizens Assemblies in times of crisis. Citizens‘ assemblies and other sortition-based participation methods are trending around the world. As a means to involve citizens directly in political decision-making, the method of citizens’ assemblies has been applied in...
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Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research welcomes the submission of proposals for special issues at any time. The topic of the special issue must be in line with the journal’s Aims & Scope. It should deal with societal innovations, change and transformation of organisations, institutions and societies at large from a social sciences...
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Issue 1/2022 is out! The special issue tackles an important and timely topic and brings together seven articles on populism and the role of emotions in politics with a focus on Europe. „This special issue of Innovation tackles the emotional economy of crises in Europe and attempts to link the affective world to institutional behaviour,...
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You have the option to publish open access in this journal via our Open Select publishing program. Publishing open access means that your article will be free to access online immediately on publication, increasing the visibility, readership and impact of your research. Articles published Open Select with Taylor & Francis typically receive 32% more citations...
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Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research welcomes the submission of proposals for special issues. The topic of the special issue must be in line with the journal’s Aims&Scope. It should deal with societal innovations, change and transformation of organisations, institutions and societies at large from a social sciences perspective. The goal should be...
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The issue „is dedicated to research that focuses on (the well-being) of people“, as our editor Marco Wedel explains in his editorial and brings together diverse papers with topics ranging from inclusion in higher education to the monitoring of the good life in cities. Read the open access editorial here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13511610.2021.1954821 And the whole issue...
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The Issue 2/2021 has its focus on innovation in regional development in urban and rural regions. The five articles from the last two years are brought together by the editorial „Smart urban–smart rural: innovation in local and regional development“ by our Associate Editor Professor SaÅ¡a Božić. „The effects of new approaches to development and innovation...
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In collaboration with our journal the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin invites researchers to submit their papers for the special issue People and Nature. Send your abstract until May 3 to peopleandnature@mfn.berlin The climate crisis and the loss of biodiversity are among the greatest challenges of our time. To address these problems, we must – together...
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Our new issue #People & #Nature – a collaboration with @mfnberlin – is out now!

Dramatic changes in climate, biodiversity and other factors threaten the future of societies and the existence of ecosystems on #Earth. These multi-dimensional challenges call for more #innovation

Narrating the future of #mobility: In a recent paper for @InnoEuJnl, WZB researcher Lisa Ruhrort analyzes how different visions imagine a "sustainable" transition of the mobility sector. #openaccess https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13511610.2022.2057935 @AndreasKnie @WeertCanzler @SPIEGEL_Auto

In the mobility transition in Germany competing narratives of change begin to emerge, which claim to define what a transition towards ‘sustainable’ mobility should look like. Contribution by Lisa Ruhrort
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👇https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13511610.2022.2057935

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Explore our
Special Issues!

Innovation: The European Journal
of Social Science
Research
publishes a selection of diverse special issues.
These are our special issues from the last five years:

2022

Monika Verbalyte, Donatella Bonansinga & Theofanis Exadaktylos

2021

OPEN ACCESS: Democratic Deliberation and Under-Represented Groups in Europe (34/5)
Guest Editors: Sergiu Gherghina, Monika Mokre & Sergiu Miscoiu

2020

Enhancing the Cultural Industries in Europe (33/4)
Guest Editors: Jimmyn Parc, Patrick Messerlin

2019

20th anniversary of the
Bologna Process:

Europeanization through
Soft Governance (32/4)
Guest Editors: Christiane Dienel

Memory Wars (32/3)
Editor: Ronald J. Pohoryles

New insights on regional
innovation policies (32/1)

Guest Editors:
Manuel González-López,
Bjørn Terje Asheim,
María del Carmen Sánchez-Carreira

2018

Education, Europeanization and
Europe’s social integration (31/4)
Guest Editors: Sören Carlson,
Monika Eigmüller, Klarissa Lueg

New insights on regional
innovation policies (32/1)

Guest Editors:
Manuel González-López,
Bjørn Terje Asheim,
María del Carmen Sánchez-Carreira

2017

30th Anniversary Issue: The structural change of
knowledge & the future of social sciences (30/1)

Conflicts, (De-)Politicization, and Power Relations (33/2)
(Guest) Editors: Ronald J. Pohoryles, Andrew Sors

We are always looking for new
ideas and innovative research!

Please send your proposal for a special issue to Prof. Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel hans-liudger.dienel@tu-berlin.de and contact@innovation-journal.eu in CC. More info about the process here.

Find all our Volumes and Special
Issues of the past 20 years here.

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