The promotion of the digital culture is coming from a rapid changing of consumer and company needs in a complex environment in which knowledge is a strategic asset in obtaining competitive advantages and value creation in the long term.
The aim of the special issue is to discover the role and impact of digital culture and technology adoption on different types of contemporary companies on the international level, especially for the entertainment and tourist industries. It addresses emerging perspectives coming from the past and the present experiences of digital and technological culture in the light of the promotion of intangible assets and innovation processes.
The issue welcomes contributes on digital culture, information technology, digital innovation, emerging innovation models, the entertainment and tourist industries, with also management and evaluation perspectives.
We wish to inspire scholars with an interest in topics such digital cultural and innovation to consider submitting their work to this special issue. We welcome both theoretical work and empirical research using quantitative or qualitative methods. All articles should demonstrate relevance to the understanding of innovation and its implications for contemporary private and public companies. Readers of this special issue are technically savvy, scientifically demanding and drawn to practical, relevant phenomena.
Selected and enhanced papers from the Euromed conference 2015 will be included in the issue, along with accepted papers submitted from authors unable to attend the conference.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Digital culture
- Digital technology
- Digital innovation
- Entertainment industry
- Tourism industry
- Innovation (economic) evaluation
- Innovation management
Submission of Manuscripts: 15 February, 2016
Notification to Authors: 30 April, 2016
Final Versions Due: 15 July, 2016