Publications

​Open access publishing at the Lahti University of Applied Sciences (Lahti UAS) aims to boost innovation and promote knowledge sharing within multi-disciplinary research and development.

LAMKpub

LAMKpub is Lahti University of Applied Sciences’ new open access publishing platform which publishes two journals: LAMK PRO and LAMK RDI journal. The journals publish articles and audiovisual materials by the staff, students, and partners of Lahti University of Applied Sciences both in Finnish and in English. 

  • LAMK Pro publishes articles for both general and professional audiences. The topics include project updates, views on recent developments in teaching and discussions on current topics.
  • LAMK RDI Journal offers longer articles aimed at professional and academic audiences. The topics include findings from Lahti UAS RDI activities such as workplace development projects and other projects. The articles published in LAMK RDI journal all have a research angle and are based on research data.
  • Articles in English

Publication series online

Lahti UAS publishes in one publication series. All publications are available online through Theseus:

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If you have any questions regarding the publishing activities, please contact us at julkaisut[@]lamk.fi.

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Articles in English

LAB: Boosting Startup and SME Ecosystems in the South Karelia and Päijät-Häme Regions

Startups and SMEs are considered the backbone of any growing economy. As a collaborative entity, research-oriented universities (LUT) and polytechnic schools (LAMK & SAIMIA) can boost business ecosystems by providing fuel in the form of innovations. Authors: Afnan Zafar and Marja Ahola Why are startups and SMEs important for regional and national growth? There is … Jatka lukemista LAB: Boosting Startup and SME Ecosystems in the South Karelia and Päijät-Häme Regions →

Merging and Collaboration of Educational Institutes: New dimension of Open Innovation

The best use of resources is to share them and build something new. When institutes start to work together for good, rather than competing, innovative miracles can happen. Authors: Afnan Zafar and Marja Ahola Why institutes are merging and collaborating more? Globalisation, internationalisation, innovative approaches towards teaching, improving research quality and competition of available resources … Jatka lukemista Merging and Collaboration of Educational Institutes: New dimension of Open Innovation →

A comprehensive investigation of local food systems in the Baltic Sea Region

Growing a business and operating sustainably in an ever-competitive landscape is a challenge well known to micro business owners and entrepreneurs in any business sector. Within the spectrum of alternative local food systems (LFS) challenges and opportunities are unique. The Baltic Sea Food project was initiated to investigate these LFS, build and pilot business models … Jatka lukemista A comprehensive investigation of local food systems in the Baltic Sea Region →