An international peer reviewed journal which is published quarterly, provides a worldwide forum for the exploration and dissemination of ideas and experience relating to the development and application of entrepreneurship. The journal takes an interdisciplinary approach, drawing on the highest-quality work in business and management and in the social sciences.
Alongside its longstanding publications of Research Papers and Teaching case Studies, IJEI now introduces its new Essays section to invite critical perspectives of contemporary theoretical and methodological themes. Consequently, IJEI embraces an holistic approach to knowledge, theory and practice of entrepreneurship, and invites young and established scholars alike to contribute to through:
- Research papers including Empirical and Conceptual papers that report robust and interesting research.
- Teaching Case Studies, designed for use in classes and supported by questions and recommendations for teaching. These should support balance be-tween practice and theory.
- Essays that offer the opportunity for scholars to write a relatively short piece voicing their own perspective, but also critiquing both theoretical and methodological themes, ideas and concepts within the field.
Key topics include:
- Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship
- Social innovation
- Entrepreneurship in atypical contexts (e.g. rural and remote locations, con-strained circumstances, entrepreneurship in crisis)
- Entrepreneurship in marginalized contexts (e.g. migrant, refugee and minority entrepreneurship)
- Women and entrepreneurship
- The entrepreneur and the growing company
- Entrepreneurial success
- New forms of organization
- Entrepreneurial behaviour within organizations
- Entrepreneurship in developing countries
- Ethics and entrepreneurship, including debates on illicit, informal and illegal entrepreneurship
- Social entrepreneurship
- Supporting entrepreneurship & enterprise
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