"The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal" from Springer.
IEMJ publishes content that has "important implications" for business practice, including: 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; and, entrepreneurship and sustainable development.
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|Date:||Sep 16, 2005|
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