Agribusiness and Information Management
- Semi Annual
- Agriculture, Fishery and Food ＞ Agriculture, Food and Fishery Management/Information
Aim & Scope
Agribusiness and Information Management (AIM) is an international and interdisciplinary journal examining the impacts and challenges of information technology and management on the food and agricultural industries. AIM aims to create and disseminate knowledge, theory, and applications of food and agriculture for academia, government agencies, food and agricultural businesses, and farmers. AIM has been jointly published by the Korea Society of Food and Agricultural Information Science (KSFAIS) and the Korea Agency of Education, Promotion, and Information Service in Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (EPIS) since December 2008. AIM is inviting submission of articles in the fields of production, marketing, regional amenity, environment, media, education, etc. of the food and agricultural industries (agriculture, food, agribusiness, fishery, forestry, etc.) with information systems, IT consulting, IT operations, IT services, e-commerce, logistics distribution, information policy, etc. AIM publishes not only full research articles but also topic discussion papers, review essays, and case studies. AIM welcomes a variety of research including empirical study, case study, action research, technology analysis, etc.