Journal of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy
International Standard Serial Number (eISSN): 2550-2018. Journal of STI Policy (JoSTIP) is an academic and professional publication of the Perdana Centre of STI Policy Studies, Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. The publication of JoSTIP aims to be the forum for academics and practitioners to write and publish their latest work, covering research outcome, report, review, implementation study, consultations and others, on science, technology and innovation policy.
Specifically, the journal serves to disseminate to the public results of current and on-going works in various areas of STI and related policy study. JoSTIP start its first inaugural edition in December 2015, and planned to be as biannual publication (June and December).
Journal of STI Policy (JoSTIP) is an academic and professional publication of the Perdana Centre of Razak Faculty of Engineering and Innovation, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). The publication of JoSTIP aims to be the forum for academics and practitioners to write and publish their latest work, covering research outcome, report, review, implementation study, consultations and others, on science, technology and innovation (STI) policy.
Submissions for the Vol 6, No. 1 (2020) are now open. Kindly click HERE to submit.
Publication date: June 2020.
Vol 5, No 2 (2019): December 2019
Table of Contents
|Information Privacy Awareness Among Young Generation in Malaysia|
|Nurul 'Ain Ahmad, Nooraini Othman|
|Barriers to Preparedness amongst Emergency Medical Personnel towards Radiation Emergency|
|Siti Hasliah Salleh|
|The Role of Fishermen's Wife in Improving Family Welfare (Case Study in Majapahit Village, South Buton Regency)|
|R Widihastuti, A Zulham|
|Factors That Enhance the Implementation of Skills and Training Outcomes in Nigeria|
|Muhammad Abdullahi, Nooraini Othman|
|Enabling Scientific Workforce for African Research-Intensive Universities.|
|Rasheed Olabisi Owolewa, Ester Ndaxuwelao Ndaimbwehafo Kavalela, Zariyah Ibrahim Mohamed Zein, Muhammad Abdullahi|
|The Impact of Religion and Culture on Leadership Styles of Women Policy-Makers in the Education Industry|
|Shadiya Mohamad Saleh Baqutayan, Fauziah Raji|
|Homeownership Gaps among the Middle Income Group in Malaysia|
|Abdul Muhaimin Zamri|
|Development of Policy and Regulations for Hazardous Waste Management in Malaysia|
|Zaipul Anwar Zainu|