As a “pioneer of inter- and transdisciplinarity,” technology assessment plays an increasingly important role in academic teaching. What this development means for technology assessment (TA) is explored in the new issue of TATuP.
Contributions to TATuP – Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice address topics from the interdisciplinary field of technology assessment, including related and overlapping fields of research such as systems analysis, risk assessment, practical ethics, sustainable development, innovation and technology analysis, or foresight.
TATuP's readership is inter- and transdisciplinary. Authors in TATuP adhere to scientific standards and present their topics in generally accessible language and style.
There are no APC (author processing charges) for the review, editorial processing or publishing of manuscripts. Publications in TATuP are open access both online and in print.
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- Submissions to the journal's section "Special Topic" answer the current Call for Abstracts. Manuscripts for other journal sections may be submitted at any time;
- Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the conception, design, execution, or interpretation of the submitted study, or the research paper;
- Acceptance for publication is subject to a successful review process;
- Only original work of one's own authorship may be submitted;
- Submissions must comply with the journal's Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement;
- Authors edit manuscripts on the basis of the author guidelines, use the appropriate TATuP word template, consider the criteria for evaluation as stated in the review guidelines, consider the editorial processes, and use the checklist before submitting their manuscript;
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- In case of submissions with multiple authorship, the editorial team will always communicate with the person who has submitted the manuscript to the editorial team (corresponding author);
- General information for authors is summarised in this PDF download.
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