Research-Technology Management

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 Open Source Innovation
(submissions due September 1)




Research-Technology Management is the award-winning, bi-monthly journal of Innovation Research Interchange (IRI), published since 1958. It contains peer-reviewed articles covering the entire spectrum of technological innovation, from research and development through product development to marketing. RTM is a leading source of knowledge and best practices on innovation management for leaders of research, development, and engineering worldwide. RTM Online is available to subscribers only. 

In January 2016 IRI is announced a new publishing partnership between Research-Technology Management and Routledge, a part of the Taylor and Francis Group.

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