Aug 31, 2016. Small Business Economics Journal, a leading journal in the field of entrepreneurship impact factor 1.795 has issued a Call for Papers for a Special Issue on Forced Migration, Enterprise and Development. Photo © IRIN Photo, Areej Abuqudairi. The special issue will be edited by Sameeksha Desai. April 11-13, 2018 SANDESTIN GOLF AND BEACH RESORT You are invited to participate in the 20th Annual Academic Conference of the Society of Business, Industry, and Economics ( on April 11-13 at the spectacular Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort ( in Destin, Florida. SOBIE offers a wonderful opportunity to share your research with your colleagues and enjoy the spectacular Sandestin Resort: Bring your family to enjoy the beach, the resort, and all the Emerald Coast offers in recreation, dining, shopping, and entertainment! Please share this invitation with your campus colleagues and businesspeople who you think would benefit from participating in this conference. Sandestin offers SOBIE guests the conference rate for the weekends before and after the conference. The SOBIE mission is to encourage business faculty members to respond to current economic and market issues, and find practical solutions to the many problems business people and public policymakers confront. SOBIE invites business and economic research, as well as interdisciplinary research. Research is essential to the continuity and pursuit of knowledge. The seeds for economic growth, market innovation, more effective business practices, consumer trends, and greater profits often come from the ideas we germinate through our research. SOBIE was founded on the idea that peer-reviewed research at small colleges and regional universities was viable and needed to be recognized.
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship is included in the following ranking indexes 2018 Conference of the Canadian Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship CCSBE. Call for papers. Now Welcoming Submissions for a Special Issue on African Entrepreneurship Find Out How to Share your Research on. Is published by the School of Business at Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana and is dedicated to publishing quality applied business articles designed to inform business practitioners and business academics. Articles should be of current importance and can be either empirical or theoretical in approach. General readability of the articles is of critical importance. (Manuscripts submitted should not be so technical or specialized that they are of interest only to specialists in that area. Manuscripts should be free of technical jargon or should define terms used. Also, manuscripts should not focus on or overly dwell on an issue that is not of practical importance.) Possible application areas include: Manuscripts will be subjected to external blind reviews based on relevance, contribution, readability, manuscript organization, methodology (as appropriate), and literature review or background. Submit original, unpublished manuscripts not under review elsewhere. Article formats should follow the latest version of the .
Small Business Economics An Entrepreneurship Journal publishes rigorous research on entrepreneurship, self-employment, family firms, small and medium-sized firms, and new venture creation. The journal has a broad scope, including entrepreneurs' characteristics, occupational choice, new ventures and innovation. The ability to internationalize has become a competitive necessity for many SMEs, enabling their survival and access to larger markets (Dutot et al., 2014). From an IS research perspective, one important issue is the strategic role played by the firm’s IT capabilities in responding to greater environmental uncertainty and correspondingly greater information requirements, and in enabling the firm’s internationalization performance. Indeed, internationalization obviously brings about greater uncertainty and complexity in the environmental and strategic context of SMEs (Westhead et al., 2004). Looking at this issue through the lens of information technology, such a strategic choice, obligation, adoption, success, would require these organizations to develop a greater information processing capacity (Galbraith,1973), governance structure, or improve their customer knowledge. SMEs are in an especially difficult position for innovation and internationalization as their resources are more limited than larger enterprises and thus they might need greater support in their entrepreneurial activities.
CALL FOR PAPERS. Special Issue of Small Business Economics An Entrepreneurship Journal. ISSN 0921-898X, IF 2.42. “Rethinking the entrepreneurial research process Opportunities and challenges of Big. Data and Artificial Intelligence for entrepreneurship research”. Submission deadline March 31st, 2018. We use regional variation in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (2009-2012) to analyze the effect of government spending on consumer spending. Our consumption data come from household-level retail purchases in Nielsen and auto purchases from Equifax credit balances. We estimate that a $1 increase in county-level government spending increases consumer spending by $0.18. We translate the regional consumption responses to an aggregate fiscal multiplier using a multi-region, New Keynesian model with heterogeneous agents and incomplete markets. Our model successfully generates the estimated positive local multiplier, a result that distinguishes our incomplete markets model from models with complete markets. The aggregate consumption multiplier is 0.4, which implies an output multiplier higher than one. The aggregate consumption multiplier is almost twice the local estimate because trade linkages propagate government spending across regions. This paper analyzes the effects of the lower bound for interest rates on the distributions of expectations for future inflation and interest rates.
Small Business Economics SBE Call for Papers SMEs and Entrepreneurship in the era of Globalization Reviews, Frameworks and models Guest Editors Prof Alain Fayolle. Aim and Scope Midwestern Business and Economic Review, founded in 1983, is the official journal of the Bureau of Business and Government Research, Dillard College of Business Administration, Midwestern State University. The journal publishes empirical and theoretical papers in the following tracks: economics, finance, management, accounting, marketing, and management information systems. The journal accepts submissions of original work that is not under consideration by any other journal or publication outlet. The journal is published twice annually, in the fall and spring. Papers published present the points of view of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Bureau of Business and Government Research, the Dillard College of Business Administration, or Midwestern State University. Responsibility for the authenticity and accuracy of facts published in each article is assumed by the author.
CALL FOR PAPERS Special Issue of Small Business Economics “Women Entrepreneurs in Ecosystems” Special Issue Editors Linda Edelman- Bentley University 2018 Call for Papers [PDF] Academy of International Business, Southeast USA Chapter November 1–3, 2018 Nashville, TN Conference Theme Intellectual Property and the Creative Economy Submission Deadline: AIB-SE is excited to announce its 2018 annual conference with the theme: Intellectual Property and the Creative Economy. Since the award winning research of Kogut and Zander (1993, 2003), there has been growing attention on knowledge and the multinational enterprise. As firms seek to develop firm-specific advantages in order to compete worldwide, there is a growing need for innovation, not only at home, but in foreign subsidiaries. Multinational enterprises (MNEs), therefore, must strategically manage the (1) type(s) of knowledge, (2) location(s) for the creation of knowledge, (3) harvest of knowledge and (4) utilization and transfer of knowledge. In particular, the role of intellectual property protection, in providing additional contexts to ownership norms, expectations and outcomes, are now considered inseparable from any creative economy. This year, there is a special track devoted to the conference’s theme. Fittingly, this year’s conference takes place in Nashville, TN, in cooperation with Belmont University. Nashville is home to a vibrant entertainment industry.
Small Business Economics Special Issue - Call for Papers The Role of Freelancers in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Guest Editors Andrew Burke and Marc Cowling Small Business Economics is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Springer Science Business Media covering research into entrepreneurship from different disciplines, including economics, finance, management, psychology, and sociology.
INTERNATIONAL SMALL BUSINESS JOURNAL. CALL FOR PAPERS. SPECIAL ISSUE. Entrepreneurial and Innovative Higher Education Ecosystems across the. determinant in economic development and social welfare. and sustainable models to create societal, technological and economic value they have realised. The 2014 framework for the recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms led by the Directive 2014/59/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council introduces the concept of critical functions and the requirement for resolution authorities to identify and ensure their continuance in case of resolution; however the guidelines on how to […] Perceived customer value may be describe as comparing with of performance and quality perceptions perceived for offers of competing products and services and own products and services, devoted to own products and services of the customers in the way of enterprises. The concept of perceived value is an inner comparison and evaluation condition appeared as […] The factors such as capital stock, human capital, technological progress, financial development, institutional development, development level of infrastructure and trade openness are one of the major determinants of long run economic growth. Financial literacy has potential to affect the economic growth by making contribution to the savings and development of financial sector. In this study, […] The agricultural sector in Mexico is a sub-study area. The objective of this work is to describe the internationalization process of Industrias BACHOCO (BACHOCO), a leading company in the Mexican poultry sector. In order to achieve this objective, a case study was carried out on the internationalization process that the company followed, using the classical […] Nowadays, while globalization has become a prominent phenomenon and gained great importance, foreign trade has started playing a critical role for economic success of countries with the extinction of closed economy concept and shrinking distances among countries as a result of the technological advancements and fascinating continuous growth of the national economies. Many academicians and […] Management accounting that is an indispensible part of management function, which is defined as planning, organization, implementation and control of business activities, is one of the greatest helpers of business management in decision-making. For business managers, management accounting techniques has been one of the important tools in establishing strategic goals and achieving those goals.
Nov 15, 2016. The ability to internationalize has become a competitive necessity for many SMEs, enabling their survival and access to larger markets Dutot et al. 2014. From an IS research perspective, one important issue is the strategic role played by the firm's IT capabilities in responding to greater environmental. The Sri Lankan Journal of Business Economics (SLJBE) is a peer-reviewed journal published yearly by the Department of Business Economics, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka. The SLJBE serves as a forum for disseminating and exchanging knowledge of business economics and related disciplines via high quality research employing both theoretical and empirical enquiry. You are invited to submit original manuscripts, currently not under consideration by another journal, for publication in forthcoming volume (Volume 7) of the SLJBE. Please email full-length manuscripts in MS Word format at: sljbe@lk All manuscripts are subject to double blind review. The review process is expected take up to two-three months from the date of initial submission.
May 29, 2017. Small Business Economics – An Entrepreneurship Journal. Call for Papers. Special issue The age of digital entrepreneurship digital tools and online collaboration to support knowledge sharing and opportunity recognition. Submission Deadline July 30, 2017. Suggested Topics. Ideas generation, problem. We use regional variation in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (2009-2012) to analyze the effect of government spending on consumer spending. Our consumption data come from household-level retail purchases in Nielsen and auto purchases from Equifax credit balances. We estimate that a $1 increase in county-level government spending increases consumer spending by $0.18. We translate the regional consumption responses to an aggregate fiscal multiplier using a multi-region, New Keynesian model with heterogeneous agents and incomplete markets. Our model successfully generates the estimated positive local multiplier, a result that distinguishes our incomplete markets model from models with complete markets.
CALL FOR PAPERS. Special Issue of Small Business Economics An Entrepreneurship Journal. Developments in entrepreneurial finance crowdfunding, blockchain, and ICOs. Joern H. Block, University of Trier, Germany block@ Lars Hornuf, University of Bremen, Germany hornuf@ Alexander. New methodology for producing employment microsimulations is introduced, with a focus on farms and household nonfarm enterprises.
Small Business Economics An Entrepreneurship Journal publishes rigorous research on entrepreneurship, self-employment, family firms, small and medium-sized firms. We are pleased to announce that the 2017 workshop on small business economics, accounting and finance will be held at La Rochelle Business School on November 17, 2017. This workshop aims at providing a platform for scholars to present and discuss the most up-to-date developments in all fields of small business economics, accounting and finance. Authors are invited to submit rigorous theoretical and empirical papers from a broad spectrum of related disciplines. We are pleased to announce that the 3rd workshop on small business economics, accounting and finance will be held at ESDES Business School (Lyon, France) on November 16, 2018. This workshop aims at providing a platform for scholars to present and discuss the most up-to-date developments in all fields of small business economics, accounting and finance.
CALL FOR PAPERS. SPECIAL ISSUE in. Small Business Economics SBEJ Economics and Strategy of Entrepreneurial Networks. Entrepreneurial networks, such as Yochai Benkler is the Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies at Harvard Law School and the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. Since the 1990s he has played a role in characterizing the role of information commons and decentralized collaboration to innovation, information production, and freedom in the networked economy and society. His books include (Yale University Press 2006), which won academic awards from the American Political Science Association, the American Sociological Association, and the Mc Gannon award for social and ethical relevance in communications. In 2012 he received a lifetime achievement award from Oxford University “in recognition of his extraordinary contribution to the study and public understanding of the Internet and information goods.” His work is socially engaged, winning him the Ford Foundation Visionaries Award in 2011, the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Pioneer Award for 2007, and the Public Knowledge IP3 Award in 2006. It is also anchored in the realities of markets, and was cited as “perhaps the best work yet about the fast moving, enthusiast-driven Internet” by the Financial Times and named best business book about the future in 2006 by Strategy and Business. Benkler has advised governments and international organizations on innovation policy and telecommunications, and serves on the boards or advisory boards of several nonprofits engaged in working towards an open society. Visit website CONTACT Tim Jordan is Professor of Digital Cultures and Head of School of Media, Film and Music. His current project is working on new economic practices in digital contexts, for which he will be examining a range of case studies, including Google/Baidu and search, Facebook and social media, Uber/Air Bn B and regulatory disintermediation, free and open source software production, and the maker movement among others. Jordan has been involved in analysis of the social and cultural meaning of the internet and cyberspace since the mid-1990s.
Apr 13, 2017. Small Business Economics -An Entrepreneurship Journal Call for Papers -. The age of digital entrepreneurship digital tools and online collaboration to support knowledge sharing and opportunity recognition. Guest Editors. Jean-Michel Sahut, IDRAC Business School France, & HEG Fribourg - University. Social reality is open in the sense that event regularities or correlations are rare at best. Even in the non-social sciences such regularities are mainly restricted to (closed) conditions of well controlled experiment, where they correlate the event of triggering an (experimentally) isolated ‘atomistic’ mechanism and its unimpeded effect. By atomistic is meant having the same independent and invariable effect whatever the context. If, as many have argued, social phenomena are generally neither atomistic nor isolatable (with all social phenomena being constituted in relation to other social phenomena) then how do we study them? What methods are appropriate for social analysis, if social phenomena, or those of interest to social theory, are mostly (or even to a significant degree) generated in open systems? Most contributors do seem to recognise at some level that social reality is open. Few, though, emphasise, and even fewer act upon, the possibility that this feature of social reality bears consequences for method, the focus here. In consequence, little attention is anywhere given to elaborating methods for addressing phenomena generated in open systems. In seeking so to do, there is no suggestion being made that methods (like mathematical modelling) that rest on closures can have no place.
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