International Academic Journal of Entrepreneurship

Journal Scope

International Academic Journal of Entrepreneurship publishes and fosters discussion on international, cross-cultural and comparative research on entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized businesses. The journal focuses on emerging research topics in developing and transitional countries such as entrepreneurship, gender, family and self-employment, and social enterprise. It also highlights other areas of development such as home-based and part-time activity, sustainability, indigenous and minority enterprise, informal and illegal activity, e-entrepreneurship, and education and training.

In the 21st century around the world, entrepreneurship is an international phenomenon regarding business, and there is a mounting interest on the causes and significance of international entrepreneurship. The journal is resourceful for scholars, researchers and students in this field and covers a wide range of topics in this field. Jacobs Journal of Entrepreneurship aims to furnish the needs in the business, industries, academicians, professional bodies, and management schools.

Aim and Scope:

The journal aims at meeting the requirements of the business and industry's higher managerial cadres. In addition to focusing on the needs of academics, professional bodies, and business and management schools, the journal is resourceful in this field for scholars, researchers, and students.

Article types:

Original Research article, Review article, Clinical image, Case report, Short communication, Editorial, Letters to editors, etc.

Classification:

  • Entrepreneurial marketing
  • Entrepreneurial economics
  • Entrepreneurial networks
  • Entrepreneurial venturing
  • Entrepreneurship and economic development
  • Entrepreneurial behaviors
  • Global leadership
  • Entrepreneurship training and education
  • Entrepreneurial resources
  • Entrepreneurship ecosystem
  • Private equity firms and funds
  • Equity co-investment
  • Venture capital financing
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Intrapreneurship