The Innovation Journalism Publication Series is a peer reviewed publication addressing the interaction between innovation and communication.

Examples of themes:
  • The practices of innovation journalism and/or innovation communication 
  • How journalism and/or communication interact with innovation
  • How innovation journalism or innovation communication interact with broader society
  • Toward a systems view: Public attention and attention work in innovation communication ecosystems, the stakeholders and audiences, and the interaction between these elements.
Examples of topics of interest: 
  • Professional norms, values, codes of ethics and principles of innovation journalism and innovation communication
  • How newsrooms and other professional organizations affect the coverage of innovation.
  • Democracy and governance: The role of journalism and/or communication in the innovation economy.
  • Concept of attention work, the professional generation and brokering of attention.
  • Concept of innovation communication systems; the flow of attention in innovation systems.
  • How innovation processes and innovation ecosystems interact with public attention, with journalism and communication as actors.
  • Interdependencies between journalism and other actors in the innovation system.
  • The roles of reputation and trust in the innovation ecosystem.
  • Business Models for innovation journalism.
  • Models of innovation and media, including firm, industry and economy-wide innovation systems.
  • Governance, accountability and innovation in and by journalists and media actors.
  • State of the art as well as theory and practice in the teaching of innovation journalism.
  • Innovation journalism and feminism, and creative destruction as a driver of social reform