Browse the following groundbreaking articles nominated by our Editors-in-Chief and read why they believe they could help change the world.
Enjoy free access until the end of July, 2017. Open access articles are freely available online on a permanent basis.
As the 2015 Paris Summit on the Environment demonstrated, there is an urgent need for a fundamental turn-around. However, the main actors - especially the new US Administration - are denying this necessity. As such, scientists and civil society are called upon to take action.
This article proposes a new approach to conquering the growth limits of capitalism.
A must-read article for management researchers interested in safeguarding dignity and promoting well-being.
Explores a real-world business issue with potential economic, political and social impacts that demand serious ethical analysis.
Shares must-read insights on and hard evidence of the beneficial impacts of recent Syrian refugees on consumer prices and living conditions in Turkey. Awarded the distinguished Kuznets Prize 2017 at the Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, the world's largest gathering of economists.
A must-read study on whether and under which conditions the International Committee of the Red Cross mitigates atrocities perpetrated on civilians in civil wars.
Systemic risk of financial institutions can lead to profound global crises. Unlike banks, the insurance sector is shown to not be prone to systemic risk.
Composite likelihood and maximum likelihood methods for joint latent class modeling of disease prevalence and high-dimensional semicontinuous biomarker data
A must-read article on Computational Statistics with a potentially huge impact for researchers in Biostatistics, in particular those working with disease prevalence and biomarker data.
A must-read paper for all researchers and advocates of drug legalization and harm reduction.
A cutting-edge article on the role of corruption in affecting innovation and corporate growth in the DCs.
This paper is an important and timely contribution to addressing energy usage as the demand for Cloud–based computational services increases.
Demonstrates how to predict the citation count and assess the relevance and significance of new publications by employing new features and graph mining techniques.
Introduction of the ‘Service Industry Development Index’: Initial thoughts on the new paradigm shift
This article highlights the need for various parties around the world to take part in discussing a refined SIDI in the future.
Presents methodologically state-of-the-art research on the internationalization of multinational enterprises (MNEs).
Shares insights into the practices used to protect against the current threat of cargo theft, highlighting related future challenges and trends. A must-read for anyone interested in how goods move around the world.
This paper proposes a ground-breaking paradigm for shifting high-order edges (i.e., hyperedges) to deliver graph modes via a novel probabilistic voting strategy.
Recidivism is a common problem in antitrust enforcement against price-fixing, especially in Europe. This paper reveals the gravity of this issue.