The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal
Int Enterpren Manag J
The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal (IEMJ) seeks high quality manuscripts dealing with Entrepreneurship, broadly defined, and the Management of entrepreneurial organizations. Though preference will be given to manuscripts that are international in scope, papers focused on domestic contexts and issues are welcome also, in order to facilitate the sharing of knowledge worldwide. Manuscripts published in IEMJ should have important implications for business practice. Where papers are grounded in basic research, authors are encouraged to highlight the potential implications and tentative practical conclusions of their findings. Potential manuscript topics include but are not limited to the following: -Entrepreneurship and its relation to management and strategy, -International studies on the creation of new enterprises, -New venture creations, creative business ideas and the financing of new firms, -Entrepreneurship in SMEs and large companies, -Interfaces between entrepreneurship and techonological innovation issues, -Capital firm ventures, -Intrapreneurship and corporate venturing, -Knowledge, learning, and skills for entrepreneurs and SMEs, -Entrepreneurship in the non-profit sector, -Franchising, -Family-owned businesses, -Entrepreneurship and minority groups (female, rural, ethnic...), -Marketing vs. entrepreneurship, -New business incubators, -Networks in entrepreneurship, -On-line entrepreneurs - Information technologies, -The impact of public policy on entrepreneurial ventures, -Interdisciplinary approaches to the study of entrepreneurship and cultural evolution, -Comparisons between models for international entrepreneurs in the US/UK/EU/Japan/Australia/LEDCs, -Research methods, -Links between entrepreneurship and consultancy, -Entrepreneurship and sustainable development.
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