Journal of Cyberspace Policy Studies

About

The aims of the Journal of Cyberspace Policy Studies [JCPs] are to contribute to a reinvigoration of the interdisciplinary intersections of cyberspace policy studies, and to provide a leading journal in the field. The journal aims to draw on a diverse team of editors, and a distinguished "Practice-Based Advisory Board", invited from the academia, the industry and the policy sphere.

JCPS has four thematic and interlinked categories as follows, pivoting around; - Policy; - Culture; - Economy (including networks, learning and education) and - infrastructure:

  1. Policy/e-Governance/Government Policies: Issues in smart planning and implementation (with successful and unsuccessful global and regional/local case studies), including on higher/professional education; lifelong learning and e-literacy; e-health and m-services; emergent policy models, e.g. triple and/or quadruple helix
  2. Cyberculture; Humanoid and future human interactions in the dualization of the world: lifestyle challenges; cyber-casting, new media and culture
  3. Economic and Sectoral Development & Challenges: Innovation and techno-entrepreneurship in the 'infosphere'/'digitised learning/creative economy' (with associated private sector sustainable job creation); innovation economics/economic geography models, e.g. smart specialisation; labour market, skills and digitisation issues, e.g. 'the third great wave' debate; emergent commercial applications, e.g. use of network science and 'small worlds', ‘big data’ analytics, and mobile payment models
  4. Infrastructure for Optimal Participation: Internet of Things/Everything (IoT/IoE), security (in the 'post-PRISM' realities); telecoms (3G/LTE) regulations; assessment, evaluation and global rankings, including e-readiness; design and implementation of smart cities and social mobile/service hubs.
Published by
Review policy on Publons
  • Does not allow reviews to be publicly displayed
  • Only allows reviewers to display the journal they reviewed for
Reviews

10

In accordance with Journal of Cyberspace Policy Studies' editorial policy, review content is not publicly displayed on Publons.

Interested in reviewing for this journal?

We can put registered members of Publons' reviewer community in touch with partnered journals they would like to review for. Register now to let Journal of Cyberspace Policy Studies know you want to review for them.

Top handling editors on Publons (Manuscripts handled)
Editorial board members on Publons

Publons users have indicated that they sit on Journal of Cyberspace Policy Studies' editorial board but we are unable to verify these claims. If you are an administrator for Journal of Cyberspace Policy Studies, please get in touch to find out how you can verify the contributions of your editorial board members and more.

Endorsed by
Journal/Conference Endorsement