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European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management | ISSN 2755-0532

The European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management is a multidisciplinary journal that covers entrepreneurship, economics, and management. The journal is unique in that it covers three topics: a) entrepreneurship, which includes the entrepreneurial process, entrepreneurial finance, and SME and entrepreneurship policy; as well as b) management, which focuses on knowledge management and network governance. The EJEM contributes to economics and management studies in this direction, also corporate practice and policy in the fields of new venture formation and growth, knowledge generation, retention, appropriation, transfer, and governance, and innovation processes and their economic implications. In a word, we see our publication as addressing the subjects of entrepreneurial venturing and growth, and knowledge management.

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The European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management  with ISSN 2755-0532, is a multidisciplinary journal that covers entrepreneurship, economics, and management. The journal is unique in that it covers three topics: a) entrepreneurship, which includes the entrepreneurial process, entrepreneurial finance, and SME and entrepreneurship policy; as well as b) management, which focuses on knowledge management and network governance. The EJEM contributes to economics and management studies in this direction, also corporate practice and policy in the fields of new venture formation and growth, knowledge generation, retention, appropriation, transfer, and governance, and innovation processes and their economic implications. In a word, we see our publication as addressing the subjects of entrepreneurial venturing and growth, and knowledge management.
Original theoretical and empirical studies in the fields of economics, management, sociology, political science, and psychology are welcome. Interdisciplinary study is encouraged to ensure that the themes presented are approached holistically and to develop both theory and practice. The EJEM’s entrepreneurship section covers three primary topics: venture formation and small businesses, the influence of entrepreneurship on economic growth, especially local and regional development, entrepreneurial attitudes and motives.
The journal is also interested in the financial institutions that provide funding to entrepreneurs, as well as the many sorts of financial sources that entrepreneurial enterprises or investors employ. We encourage essays that take a qualitative or quantitative approach to any of the themes. Accounting and corporate finance, financial markets as a backdrop for SME growth, entrepreneurial finance, and regulatory and supervisory elements of corporate finance are just a few of our specific interests.
Articles understanding modern management challenges, innovative approaches and management tools, new forms of organization and management, new managerial dangers, or new environmental problems for the firm, are welcome to the management section of the EJEM. The journal's management theme focuses on theoretical and empirical considerations in a variety of areas (but not limited to): strategic management, business process management, operation or production management, human resource management, information management, and network management, to name a few.

Chief Editor
Dr. Baysangur Sheripov | baysangur.s@deqepub.org

Chris Osigwe Okhamera
Research Fellow
Department of Information Systems, Dublin Business School, Dublin, Ireland

Effect of Co-operative Societies on the Economic Growth in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management pp. 1-12FULL PDF

Effect of Employee Engagement Practices on the Performance of Money Deposit Banks in South East, Nigeria European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management pp. 1-14Full PDF

Effect of Non-Conventional Machining Instruction for Surface Preparations on Students’ Achievement and Retention by Mechanical Craft Students in Technical Colleges in Enugu State European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management 15-28FULL PDF

Employee deviant behavior: role of culture and organizational relevant support European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management pp. 1-15FULL PDF

Innovations in intellectual property rights management: Their potential benefits and limitations European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management pp. 16-30FULL PDF

Trends on the relationship between board size and financial and reputational corporate performance: The Colombian case European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management pp. 1-20FULL PDF

Analysis of the behaviour of the clients assisted and sales variables in the different phases of the product life cycle European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management pp. 21-40FULL PDF

The effect of strategic flexibility configurations on product innovation European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management pp. 1-15FULL PDF

Financing public transport: a spatial model based on city size European Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management pp. 1-20FULL PDF

Moderators of telework effects on the work-family conflict and on worker performance pp. 21-35FULL PDF

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