Guidelines for Authors
JGER sincerely welcomes scholarly original articles (to be blind peer reviewed) on entrepreneurship research from across the world which can typically cover the following areas:
1. GEM data analysis, Comparative study in entrepreneurial perceptions, activities and aspiration
2. Applications of modern data analysis techniques to entrepreneurship data
3. Globalization and entrepreneurship
4. Innovation and Entrepreneurship
5. Immigration and Entrepreneurship
6. Corporate entrepreneurship and strategic entrepreneurship
7. Entrepreneurial firm growth survival and failure
8. Entrepreneurial framework/ conditions and business environment
9. Entrepreneurial opportunity and capacity
10. Entrepreneurship dynamics and regional economic development
11. Entrepreneurial behavior, team and leadership
12. Financing, resources, venture capital and informal investors/ business angels
13. International entrepreneurship
14. Entrepreneurship education, development and government
15. Nascent/ start ups, established entrepreneurship
16. Social capital and social networks and entrepreneurship
17. Entrepreneurial universities and university entrepreneurship
18. Social entrepreneurship
19. Women entrepreneurship
20. E-business, family business, home business and rural business
21. Spin off and Technopreneurship
22. Economic recession and entrepreneurship
The original research articles (not submitted elsewhere at any time for consideration or publication) should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Nezameddin Faghih, as a file attached to the cover letter, using the following email addresses:
email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
The authors are kindly requested to submit their manuscripts in the following format:
- All submissions should be typed in Times New Roman 11-pt font, single-spaced, with page setting as follows: Top 3.5 cm, Bottom 3.5 cm, Left 3.1 cm, Right 3.1 cm. The author's full name, title, address, email address and telephone number should be written on the title page under the title of the article.
- In the abstract, Objectives, Methodology, Major Results, Conclusions and/or Recommendations of the Research should be briefly expressed. The article should contain Abstract (less than 100 words), Keywords( less than 5 words), Introduction (Research Objective and Problem Statement), Literature Review (including Research Hypothesis and Conceptual Model), Methodology (Research Method, Materials and Measurement), Results, Discussion, and Conclusion. Articles should be less than 15 pages. Tables, charts, and graphs should be sequentially numbered in the text of article in their originals without being scanned. Footnotes should be in numerical order at the end of page and manuscript should not be more than 5000 words.
- The references should be indicated by APA style (Author, year, page) in the text and should be listed alphabetically at the end of the article, by way of examples (Bibliography APA Style):
Barreto, H. (1989). The entrepreneur in economic theory. London: Routledge.
Brown, C., & Medoff, J. (1989). The employer size-wage effect. Journal of political Economy, 5, 1027-1069.
Davidson, R. (1995). Determinations of entrepreneurial intention. Jonskoping International Business School, Sweden. Retrieved March 22, 2009 from: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/2076/1/RENT_IX.pdf.
Harms, R., & Ehrmann, T. (2003). The performance implications of entrepreneurial management: Linking Stevenson's and Miller's conceptualization to growth. Paper presented at 2003 Babson-Kaufman foundation conference, June 4-8, Babson.
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