Call for Papers

About International Supply Chain Technology Journal

International Supply Chain Technology Journal (ISCT) is an international, peer-reviewed, Monthly journal [ISSN: 2380-5730 (Print), 2380-1204 (Online)] that publishes original, high quality, supply chain technology empirical research that will have a significant impact on SCT Research and Practice. Manuscripts accepted for publication in ISCT must have clear implications for supply chain managers based on one or more of a variety of rigorous research methodologies. ISCT also accepts insightful meta-analyses of the SCM literature, conceptual/theoretical studies with clear implications for practice, comments on past articles, studies concerning the SCM field itself, and other such matters relevant to SCM for publication.

International Supply Chain Technology Journal (ISCT) is an international, peer-reviewed, monthly published journal. Volume 4 is currently available at
http:www.isctj.com/
Regular articles accepted for publication in ISCT must have clear implications for practitioners who manage product and process design, operations, and supply chains based on one or more of a variety of rigorous research methodologies. Manuscripts accepted for publication must meet the following criteria:
1. Research papers in the field of SCM in manufacturing and services.
2. Research rigor applied through the scientific theory-building approach.
3. Technological relevance.
4. All Manuscripts must be submitted in English.

Scope

General topics covered by the journal, while not exclusive, include the following:
• Supply Chain processes in manufacturing and service organizations
• Supply Chain strategy and policy
• Technology management for supply chain
• Supply chain planning, scheduling and control
• Supply Chain Performance measurement and productivity
• Purchasing/sourcing Technology
• Materials and inventory Technology
• Logistics, transportation, distribution, and materials handling
• International and comparative supply chain operations
• Operations and information Technology
• Sustainable supply chain operations
• Global supply chain
• Supply chain planning and operations
• Regulatory and environmental issues in supply chain operations

CALL FOR PAPERS (CFP)

Author Guidelines and Review Process
Detailed information regarding author guidelines and review process is available at: http://isctj.com/submissions/

Submission of Manuscripts
All manuscripts (MS word file) must be submitted in conjunction with the formatting guidelines of ISCTJ. The manuscripts should be submitted electronically on the Journal website here.

Indexing
The International Supply Chain Technology Journal is currently in review for indexing in the following journals:
• Scopus
• Thomson Reuters
• Google Scholar
• EBSCO
• Ulrich
• BIO ONE

Important Dates
Volume 6, Issue 9, September 2020
Full Paper Submission Deadline: July 31, 2020
Acceptance/Rejection Notification: 2-3 weeks
Publication: September 2020

Volume 6, Issue 10, October 2020
Full Paper Submission Deadline: August 30, 2020
Acceptance/Rejection Notification: 2-3 weeks
Publication: October 2020

ISCTJ COVID-19 Special Call for Papers

International Supply Chain Technology (ISCTJ), an Open access journal, in response to the COVID-19 crisis, will be offering free submission for research projects that relates to the COVID-19 crisis.

Our traditional cost $1,000 US will be extended on a first come first serve basis based on acceptance of your paper.  We are expecting no more than 20 submission will get this specific rate.  This only extends to those research projects that are specific on how the COVID-19 is impacting the supply chain and/or supply chain education.

Those Professors and or faculty who are publishing papers from the courses in partnership with their students are especially encouraged and will receive initial priority during the review process.

Please send special submissions to the editors.

Prof. Dr. Erick C. Jones (Editor-in-Chief)

ecjones@uta.edu

Prof. Dr. Md. Mamun Habib (Co Editor-in-Chief)

mamunhabib@iub.edu.bd, mohammad.habib@uta.edu