A WAPS Platform to Better Disseminate and Share Knowledge and Information


International Journal of Productivity Science (IJPS) is a WAPS digital publication aiming to disseminate views and knowledge of experts across disciplines, sectors, geographies, and professions with respect to Social, Environmental, Economic and Governance Productivity issues. 

Call for Papers






Guideline for Authors

1. Paper submitted is required to be related to Productivity in any sector or area of operation (Social, Environmental, Economic).

2. Paper submitted should be in the English language.

3. Paper should be original writing based on authentic events, data, case studies, facts, etc.

4. Paper length should be between 2,500-3,000 words. Abstract should be between 250-300 words.

5. Contents of the paper should be annotated.

6. Author should give appropriate acknowledgement and references to recognize sources of information, data, etc. 

7. Manuscript should be in double space, typed in Times New Roman font/font size 12, or Arial/font size 11, in MS Word file. 8. There should be a separate page for Title, Name of Author(s), Institutional Affiliation, email ID, etc.

9. Author will be responsible for conforming to IPR requirements and regulations and disputes if any, arising out of the submitted paper will be his/her responsibility.

10. Papers would be Peer Reviewed before acceptance for publication.

11. Author would retain IPR of the paper published in IJPS. However, IJPS would have rights to use the material appropriately for WAPS publications and activities with due credit to author.

12. All papers should be submitted to the IJPS Secretariat *Paper submission will only be deemed successful if acknowledged via email by the Secretariat.


Productivity Science      A Global Movement

Dr. A. N. Saxena

"We call productivity a science because we are striving for universal laws in productivity matters. It has emerged as a systematized knowledge; is concerned with universal socio-economic issues which are vital for humanity. And, it is our vision to capture and disseminate how productivity science knowledge creates societal values and thereby enhances productivity. We believe that it is the unknown future which helps humans with more productive ideas." 

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