11 September 2006

Call for papers: Special Issue on: “Social Network Analysis”

International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations (IJNVO)

Call for papers: Special Issue on: “Social Network Analysis”

Guest Editors:
Jay Liebowitz, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Rajeev K Bali, University of Coventry, UK
Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

Social network analysis (SNA) has been gaining momentum for use in many applications, ranging from mapping knowledge flows and gaps in organisations to creating collaborative networks. SNA has developed from the sociology, anthropology and education disciplines, and is a wonderful technique to use for identifying critical knowledge in organisations, relationships between various people within organisations, and to track the flows of knowledge between and within departments. Given this growing importance in SNA, we have decided to dedicate a special issue of IJNVO to SNA.

For more information, subject coverage, notes for intending authors, submission dates and contact information, see the Journal Call for papers website.


Louisa Morales said...

SNA is not just for understanding organizations, it can also be used to analyze digital communities (online communities, emails, etc). This is really powerful information that can be used to deploy highly effective marketing campaigns. A number of companies are already operating in this space such as Idiro Technologies (www.idiro.com).

Unknown said...

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