About the Journal & Scope

About the Journal

International Supply Chain Technology Journal (ISCTJ) is an international, peer-reviewed journal [ISSN: 2380-5730 (Print), 2380-1204 (Online)] that publishes original, high-quality, supply chain technology empirical research that will have a significant impact on Supply Chain Technology, Research, and Practice. Each published ISCTJ article has a valid Crossref DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for global recognition and cross-references validation. Manuscripts accepted for publication in ISCTJ must have clear implications for supply chain managers based on one or more of a variety of rigorous research methodologies. ISCTJ also accepts insightful meta-analyses of the SCM literature, conceptual/theoretical studies with clear implications for practice, comments on past articles, studies concerning the SCM field itself, and other such matters relevant to SCM for publication.

International Supply Chain Technology Journal (ISCTJ) is a journal published by PWD Group from Texas, United States.

 

Scope of the Journal

The scope of ISCT Journal is not limited to any list of subjects or topics rather it covers all the aspects of supply chain and related technologies. ISCT Journal appreciates authors to affirm existing theories and practices, to improve them, to come up with new and innovative ideas or to be critical of existing pieces of work in their specific industry. All the submitted articles are subject to be reviewed by experts in the related field. General topics covered by the journal, while not exclusive, include the following:

  • Supply Chain processes in manufacturing and service organizations
  • Upstream supply management
  • Downstream demand management
  • Supply chain related technologies such as big data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), robotic process automation (RPA) and the internet of things (IoT)
  • Supply Chain strategy & policy, planning, scheduling, and control
  • Human resource management for supply chains
  • Supply Chain Performance measurement and productivity
  • Purchasing/sourcing management
  • Materials and inventory management
  • Logistics, transportation, distribution, and materials handling
  • International and comparative supply chain operations
  • Operations and information management
  • Sustainable supply chain operations
  • Global supply chain
  • Supply chain planning and operations
  • Regulatory and environmental issues in supply chain operations