Entrepreneurship Research Journal (ERJ)

The Entrepreneurship Research Journal serves as a  forum for scholarly discussion on entrepreneurs and their activities, contexts, processes, strategies, and outcomes.  Lawrence N. Field Programs Academic Director Ramona Zachary serves as the co-Editor-in-Chief of this academic journal that conducts research on fields of entrepreneurship.  The four main areas of entrepreneurship research the ERJ is focused on are Research Modeling, Design and Methods; The Individuals-Opportunities-Resources Nexus; Inclusive of Near Environments; and Distinct Entrepreneurial Stage or Setting.

The ERJ is positioned as a featured journal in a growing program of twenty-five economics journals published by De Gruyter. As an established publisher with an expanding international presence, your work will be marketed in every major academic market in the world, with previous economics marketing campaigns reaching over 28,000 individuals directly. The ERJ is also featured at major conferences such as the AEA’s Allied Social Sciences Association annual meeting.  In addition, upon publication, your work will be automatically indexed in sixteen major abstracting & indexing services, such as Google Scholar, Research Papers in Economics (RePEc), various EBSCO services, and J-Gate. Applications are pending for inclusion in Thomson ISI (SSCI), SCOPUS, and EconLit.