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Call for Papers: Security, Privacy, and Surveillance in Cyberspace: Organizational Science Concerns and Contributions

A Special Feature of the Journal of Business and Psychology

Call for Papers
A Special Feature of the Journal of Business and Psychology
Security, Privacy, and Surveillance in Cyberspace: Organizational Science Concerns and Contributions

Special Issue Guest Editors:
Reeshad S. Dalal, Rebecca J. Bennett, and Clay Posey

Special Issue Editorial Board:
Bradley J. Alge, David A. Askay, Glory Emmanuel Aviña, Talya N. Bauer, Devasheesh P. Bhave, Bradley J. Brummel, Matthew A. Cronin, Peter D. Harms, David J. Howard, Allen C. Johnston, Mala Kaul, Mindy Shoss, Shashi K. Srivastava, and Donald M. Truxillo

Objective
This special issue follows a paper recently published in the Journal of Business and Psychology (Dalal et al., in press). The goal of the current special issue, building on the recent paper, is to catalyze micro-, meso-, and macro-organizational science research on cyber security, privacy, and surveillance. We welcome submissions that emphasize knowledge transfer from organizational science to cyber security, privacy, and/or surveillance as well as submissions that emphasize knowledge transfer in the opposite direction.

Manuscript submissions are due by February 15, 2022.

See the full call for more information.

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