Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The aim of Intangible Capital is to publish theoretical and empirical articles that contribute to contrast, extend and build theories that contribute to advance our understanding of phenomena related with management, and the management of intangibles, in organizations, from the perspectives of strategic management, human resource management, psychology, education, IT, supply chain management and accounting. The scientific research in management is grounded on theories developed from perspectives taken from a diversity of social sciences. Intangible Capital is open to publish articles that, from sociology, psychology, economics and industrial organization contribute to the scientific development of management and organizational science. Intangible Capital publishes scholar articles that contribute to contrast existing theories, or to build new theoretical approaches. The contributions can adopt confirmatory (quantitative) or explanatory (mainly qualitative) methodological approaches. Theoretical essays that enhance the building or extension of theoretical approaches are also welcome. Intangible Capital selects the articles to be published with a double bind, peer review system, following the practices of good scholarly journals. Intangible Capital publishes three regular issues per year following an open access policy. On-line publication allows to reduce publishing costs, and to make more agile the process of reviewing and edition. Intangible Capital defends that open access publishing fosters the advance of scientific knowledge, making it available to everyone. Intangible Capital publishes articles in English, Spanish and Catalan.

 

Section Policies

EDITORIAL

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ARTICLES (Spanish)

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ARTICLES (English)

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ARTICLES (Catalan)

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Special Issue

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Special Issue ACCID

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Editors
  • Jesús Fernández Gavira
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Peer Review Process

The Editors-in-Chief will perform an initial appraisal of each submitted manuscript based on its fit with the focus and scope of the journal. If the submitted manuscript complies with these criteria, the Editors-in-Chief perform a second appraisal of the manuscript based on the scientific merit and validity of the article and its methodology, the relevance of the article, the interest of the topic to the reader, and the presentation and understandability of the article itself.

If the submitted manuscript is suitable to be sent to a peer review, the submitted manuscript is reviewed by two members of the Reviewer Board of the journal who don’t have potential conflicts of interests. If Editors-in-Chief don’t find a specific reviewer for the submitted manuscript, they will search other specialist of the topic of equal repute and based on his/her expertise and standing in his/her field. The peer-review process is double blinded.

The reviewers will return their recommendations and reports to the Editors-in-Chief, providing general comments to the editor and both general and specific comments to the author(s). Constructive comments that might help the authors improve their work are passed on anonymously (even if editor do not accept the submitted manuscript). After that, editor assesses them collectively, and then makes a decision, either on his or her own or in consultation with other editors on whether to reject the manuscript. The final decision on acceptability for publication lies with the Editors-in-Chief.

The Editors-in-Chief will communicate the overall result of the evaluation (rejected, accepted or accepted with modifications), including the reviewer's comments. Revised manuscripts may be subject to further peer review if appropriate.

 

Publication Frequency

Intangible capital publishes three regular issues a year. The issues of one year are the three numbers of one volumen. Occasionally, Intangible Capital can publish special issues about specific research themes. These special issues can have specific editors. For these special issues, specific calls for papers will be announced.

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...

 

Dynamic Journal Issue

Intangible Capital aims to facilitate and enhance research and professional career of our authors, implementing a new model of Dynamic Journal Issue designed to reduce the time of publishing those articles that meet the standards of the journal.

Through this system, and always faithful to Open Access policy, Intangible Capital will immediately publish accepted articles in our website, creating a new model of Dynamic Journal Issue, always open to new contributions, and skipping the usual waiting times in traditional publication systems. Thus, authors with accepted contributions will promptly see their articles being part of the current Dynamic Journal Issue of Intangible Capital. This system accelerates the impact of authors' contribution and also brings the possibility of referencing the article in future research as soon as it is accepted by our reviewers. Throughout this system we aim to promote the spread of knowledge, making our accepted and validated contributions available even before the issue closing.

 

Publication Fee

Unlike other journal, whose business model is based in making readers pay and therefore their contents are closed to the public, Intangible Capital is published on an open access basis, which allows authors reach a wider audience and foster the international and social impact of their contributions. To make this open access policy sustainable, Intangible Capital charges fees for article layout setting and publication in open access. The submission process of the original and its double blind review have no cost to the authors or institutions that fund the research.

From November 1, 2015 publication rate for accepted papers is 295 €/article.

To make the payment, once the article is accepted, OmniaScience will contact with the authors. Following author's request, the payment can be split between different authors or institutions that fund the research.

 

Payment per review

From February 1, 2016 Intangible Capital will pay for the revisions.

All reviews ordered to reviewers from February 1, 2016 will be paid. The fixed amount is € 20 per revision whenever this is deliverd in the prefixed term and with the required quality.

To become a member of the Intangible Capital reviewers team is necessary to fill the application form (http://goo.gl/forms/W6ODnYHIcB). The Intangible Capital editor will notify if you have been accepted or not. Once accepted as a reviewer, the editor will assign you the articles of your knowledge area and whether the revisions are made with the required quality by the journal and within the terms established, Intangible Capital will pay € 20. To make the payment, revenues will be paid at the end of the following month from the time they accrued € 100.

 

Publication Ethics

The publication of an article in a peer-reviewed journal is a very crucial task in disseminating knowledge and contributes for the scientific development. As a peer-reviewed journal, the rigor of scientific publication is expected to be observed in the course of evaluating papers that are submitted. Therefore, ethical behavior is expected for all parties involved during the publishing process: the author, the journal editor, the peer reviewer and the publisher.

Click here to read the duties for authors, editors and reviewers according to the Omnia Publisher Publication Ethics statement.

 

Complaints Policy

OmniaScience is committed to provide a quality service, and to work in an open and accountable way that builds the trust and respect of all our stakeholders. One of the ways in which we can continue to improve our service is by responding positively to complaints, and by putting mistakes right.

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