The world’s population is aging: we welcome your submissions to the Special Issue about challenges and opportunities of Silver Economy. Guest editors Maria Colucio, Bo Edvardsson, Vania Vigolo. See the call for paper https://www.sijm.it/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Call-for-papers_Silver-Economy_newsletter.pdf
The official journal of Italian Society of Management (SIMA). The journal opens the Italian management scholars perspective to the international scientific debate
The Journal in brief
Sinergie Italian Journal of Management is a peer-reviewed academic publication focusing on the main trends in management studies. ISSN: 0393-5108 Quarterly journal Printed from: 1983
Online from: 2001 Subject Area: Business management Founding editor: Giovanni Panati Previously published as Sinergie rivista di studi e ricerche Sinergie Italian Journal of Management is ranked by: AIDEA list (rank A) ANVUR GEV13’s list (rank C)
The Journal is published by the CUEIM Foundation that is at the service of the creation and dissemination of managerial culture. CUEIM Foundation is a non-profit organization aimed at promoting scientific research in the management field. Since 2017, CUEIM Foundation organizes in collaboration with SIMA (Società Italiana di Management) the annual conference. Also, CUEIM Foundation publishes further editorial lines.
If you aim to deepen your reflections about the challenges arising from the environmental context, you may want to read the Proceedings of the Sinergie Sima Management Conference 2020. At this link https://www.sijm.it/sinergie-sima-2020-conference-proceedings/ you can download both full papers and extended abstracts, in the traditional written form. If you want to profit by the conference...
An intersection is “the point where two things come together and have an effect on each other”. This is the definition provided by the Cambridge Business English Dictionary. The same definition has offered inspiration for the design of the 2021 conference organized by SIMA, Sinergie and University of Palermo. Indeed, a multiperspective approach is needed...