Periodical (Journal)

ISSN  :   1465-7503 ( Print )   |   2043-6882 ( Online )   Active

Journal International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Aim & Scope

The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, an international peer reviewed journal, was launched at the beginning of a century in which an understanding of the nature, process and practice of entrepreneurship will be a key factor in economic success. Worldwide, the proliferation of small businesses and their increasing importance in the economy mean that the management and growth of such enterprises are ever-more critical in national and regional development. At the same time, changes in work patterns and the frequent opportunities for innovation offered by accelerating technological development make entrepreneurship within organizations - 'intrapreneurship' - a core challenge for large companies. From multinational to micro-enterprise, no business can afford to ignore this issue. What is entrepreneurship? Can it be taught? How do entrepreneurs balance their innovative talents with the need to manage their business and control its growth? How do large organizations encourage and empower entrepreneurial behaviour? The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation addresses these and many other questions, focusing on practical application - from becoming an entrepreneur, through making financial choices, through strategic planning, to internationalization and acquisition. As entrepreneurship also has a key role to play outside the private sector, the journal includes in its coverage entrepreneurial issues in non-profit public-sector organizations. Published quarterly, IJEI 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. Authors and readers are drawn from universities, government, and industry. In particular, IJEI will appeal to researchers and teachers concerned with entrepreneurship and related issues in higher education (especially in business schools, and university departments of management, sociology and psychology); to government departments and initiatives whose objective is to promote entrepreneurial and innovative activity; and to human resources directors and chief executives in industry, as well as to entrepreneurs themselves. Key topics: Strategic dimensions of growth; The entrepreneur as manager of a growing company; Financing company growth; Internationalization and growth; The acquisitions process of a growing company; Teaching entrepreneurship; Strategic alliances; New forms of organization; Women and entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial behaviour in large organizations; Entrepreneurship in developing countries; Making allies in business; Ethics, the entrepreneur and the company. [1]

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