Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Journal Title: Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship
ISSN: 0827-6331
ISSN Online: 2169-2610
Publication Frequency: 6 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: Objectives

Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship is a double-blind reviewed and scholarly Journal dedicated to publishing in English and French original and outstanding studies that improve knowledge and understanding of entrepreneurship and small business management and, eventually, shape these fields of research.

Studies published might be theoretical pieces, qualitative and quantitative empirical work, and/or case studies. Given that the objective of the Journal is to push the boundaries of current entrepreneurial and small business management thoughts, case studies to be published in JSBE must have a theoretical perspective. The onus of proving the theoretical contribution of the case lies on the author who, to this end, can introduce the case with a short text of 250-500 words. The theoretical contribution can be related to the fact that the case challenges the existing theory or highlights it better. Consequently, cases and teaching notes that are written just for a didactic purpose as an illustration of a theory in classroom will not fit to being published in the JSBE . Scope Studies published in the JSBE can be from and based on Canada or other countries of the world. They can cover topics related to matters such as: A. Start-up and resource gathering for an SME Starting, buying and selling an SME Financing, funding, banking, venture capital, audit and accounting in SMEs Entrepreneur characteristics, leadership and work-life balance Identification of business opportunities, business incubators and mentorship Support services to entrepreneurship and SMEs B. Functional management and growth of an SME Sales and marketing in SMEs Human resource management in SMEs Operation management in SMEs Innovation, knowledge management, learning and fast growth in SMEs New technologies, Internet, and communication in SMEs Regulation and taxes for SMEs Growth of SMEs
C. Strategic management and change in an SME Strategic Management in SMEs International entrepreneurship and SME internationalization Networks, alliances and relationships with government and large enterprises Managing change in an uncertain and changing environment Factors of success and failure in SME and entrepreneurial firms
D. New trends in entrepreneurship and SME management Social entrepreneurship Gender and female entrepreneurship Indigenous entrepreneurship Ethnic/diaspora/immigrant entrepreneurship Youth and student entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship in emerging/transition markets Franchises, sport, health, consulting and other emerging types of SMEs Corporate entrepreneurship
E. Special topics in entrepreneurship and SME management Family-based business Social responsibility, environmental protection, governance, and ethics in SMEs SMEs and regional, urban, rural, and national development Entrepreneurship education Epistemology, general theory development, and methods of research inentrepreneurship and SMEs Entrepreneurship and sustainable development
Subjects Covered & Scope: Currently known as Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship (1985 - current) Formerly known as Journal of Small Business - Canada (1983 - 1985)
Editor Board:
Editor-in-Chief
 
Mai Thai , HEC Montréal, Canada
 
Associate Editors
 
Kalinga Jagoda, Mount Royal University, Canada
Etienne St-Jean, Université du Québec a Trois-Rivieres, Canada
 
Founding Editor

Raymond W. Y. Kao , McMaster University, Canada

Editorial Review Board
 
David Alexander, University of Waterloo, Canada
Robert Anderson, University of Regina, Canada
Godfrey Baldacchino, University of Malta, Malta
Marijana Baric, University of Buckingham, UK
Thomas A. Bryant, Rutgers University, USA
François Brouard, Carleton University, Canada
Louise Cadieux, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
Shiv Chaudry, Birmingham City University, UK
Elie Chrysostome, State University of New York at Plattsburgh, USA
David Crick, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Leo-Paul Dana, Montpellier Business School, France
María del Mar Fuentes Fuentes, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, Spain
Monica Diochon, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada
Alain Fayolle, EMLYON Business School, France
Louis-Jacques Filion, HEC Montréal, Canada
Dennis Foley, University of Newcastle, Australia
Craig Galbraith, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, USA
Patricia G. Greene, Babson College, USA
Anjula Gurtoo, Indian Institute of Science, India
Hala Hattab, British University in Egypt, Egypt
Benson Honig, McMaster University, Canada
Pierre-André Julien, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada 
Bob Kayseas, First Nations University of Canada at Regina, Canada
Gerry Kerr, University of Windsor, Canada
Norris Krueger, Entrepreneurship Northwest, USA
Andreas Kuckertz, University of Hohenheim, Germany
François Labelle, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
Jean-François Lalonde, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
Wadid Lamine, Toulouse Business School, France
Howard Lin, Ryerson University, Canada
Pacha Malyadri, Osmania University, India
Colin Mason, University of Glasgow, UK 
Gerard McElwee, University of Huddersfield, UK
Teresa Menzies, Brock University, Canada
Michael Morris, University of Florida, USA
J. Hanns Pichler, Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration, Austria
Yves Robichaud, Laurentian University, Canada
Christopher Ross, Concordia University, Canada
Stefan Schaltegger, Leuphana University, Germany
Leon Schjoedt, Indiana University South Bend, USA
Francine Schlosser, University of Windsor, Canada
Muhammad Shehryar, Lahore University of Management Science, Pakistan
Amon Simba, Nottingham Trent University, UK
David J. Storey, University of Sussex, UK
Chris Street, University of Regina, Canada
Olivier Toutain, Burgundy School of Business, France
Maripier Tremblay, Université Laval, Canada
Howard Van Auken, Iowa State University, USA
Marcus Wagner, University of Augsburg, Germany
Colin C. Williams, University of Sheffield, UK
Roxanne Zolin, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

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