Aim

The Journal of Knowledge Economy and Knowledge Management (JKEM) is an international journal electronically  published twice a year since 2006. The JKEM publishes original manuscripts primarily on Knowledge Economy and Knowledge Management and also publishes manuscripts on economics, management and other related areas. All manuscripts submitted to the JKEM must not be submitted to any other journal for the consideration for publication. The JKEM uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. Author(s) of an article published in The JKEM should ask the authorization of the Editorial Board to republish it elsewhere, in this case reference should be made to The JKEM. While The JKEM will consider all manuscripts received, the Editorial Board assumes no responsibility for their publication or return. The JKEM assumes no responsibility for the contributors' statements of fact or opinion. For the copyrights of the contributions published in The Journal of Knowledge Economy and Knowledge Management see Copyrights. Papers may be checked for Plagiarism when it is deemed necessary by Editorship. More information about the journal is available at www.beykon.org.

Ethical Principles: Publication processes applied at JKEM are the basis for the development and distribution of information in an impartial and respectful manner. The processes applied in this direction directly reflect the quality of the work of the authors and institutions supporting the writers. Peer Reviewed studies are studies that embody and support the scientific method. It is important that all stakeholders (writers, readers and researchers, publishers, referees and editors) in this point must comply with the standards for ethical principles. Within the context of JKEM publishing, all stakeholders are expected to carry out the ethical responsibilities. If you encounter any unethical behavior or content in JKEM, please send an e-mail to dergi@beykon.org.

Scope

JKEM TOPICS

The Knowledge Economy

Knowledge Economics and Knowledge-Based Economies

Human Capital & Economic Growth

Information and Communication Technologies

R&D and Innovation

Economics of Technology and Innovation

Digital Economy and Monetary-Fiscal Policies

Global Economic Crises & the Knowledge Economy

 

Knowledge Management & E-Business

Knowledge Management and Its Applications

Information and Document Management

Data Mining and Content Management

E- Human Resources Management

E-Business and Its Applications

E-Finance and Banking

 

Knowledge Society

Knowledge, Power and Government

The Value and Sharing of Knowledge

Knowledge Society and Public Administration

Working in the Knowledge Society

Energy and Security in the Knowledge Society

Media and Communication in Knowledge Society

Social Media and Social Impacts

 

E-Government / Trade

E-Government and Applications

E-Governance and Knowledge Cities

E-Municipality and Information Systems

E-Learning and Distance Education

E-Commerce and Applications

Electronic Crimes and Punishments

 

Other Topics

Higher Education and Universities

Institutionalization and History of Knowledge

Sources of Knowledge and Philosophy of Knowledge

Globalization and Critical Approaches

 

Other Relevant Issues