Advances in Management and Informatics Issue 6 (Working Papers Journal)
Aims and Scope
Welcome to the sixth edition of the Advances Management and Informatics (AMI) Journal.
This is the edition includes the award-winning student paper from our AMI Conference in 2021. Advances in Management and Informatics (AMI) is a journal that allows members of Cardiff School of Management to contribute topics of interest, ranging from embryonic ideas through to work that is nearing completion. Some of the ideas presented to the editor have since been published, and some are undergoing further research. We would like to stress that as this is a working paper journal, publication here does not preclude the authors from publishing their work elsewhere.
This edition is pleased to present the 2021 AMI Conference Best Student Paper Prize Winner “Towards the Decarbonisation of Tourism: A Case Study of Ireland” by Anita Conefrey and James Hanrahan. This paper explores and discusses if the carbon footprint of tourism in Ireland has been assessed and therefore if there is a robust decarbonization strategy.
The second paper explores the impact of the Covid19 situation on engagement and utilization of online learning tools. The paper discusses how this engagement with online learning approaches will impact learning and teaching in the future.
Paper three focuses on the uncertainty visualisation, and it impact on decision making functions.
The fourth paper in this edition researches the utilization of Machine Learning utilization within SME in order to offer cyber security.
Paper five presents research undertaken regarding the development of online financial market trading tools.