Call for Papers: Entrepreneurship Research Revisited

 

Entrepreneurship Research Society (ERS)

2015 Inaugural ERS Research Conference and Meetings

Call for Papers

Conference Theme: Entrepreneurship Research Revisited

 

The 2015 Inaugural ERS Research Conference and Meetings will be held on October 29-30, 2015 at Baruch College, City University of New York in New York City. The ERS invites cutting edge research paper submissions from entrepreneurship scholars in all fields. Papers may be empirical, theoretical or conceptual. Suggested content areas include but are not limited to:

  • Corporate entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial culture
  • Entrepreneurial finance
  • Entrepreneurial marketing
  • Entrepreneurship and economic development
  • Entrepreneurship and gender
  • Entrepreneurship in developing countries
  • Entrepreneurship Theory
  • Entrepreneurship Research Methods
  • Family business enterprising
  • Immigrant entrepreneurship
  • Intellectual property and entrepreneurship
  • Minority entrepreneurship
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Technology entrepreneurship

 

A MS Word file containing the paper may be uploaded/submitted to http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/erj by June 30, 2015 with a cover letter identifying the submission as a response to this Call. There is no paper submission fee. All paper submissions must be in English will enter the review process handled via ScholarOne Manuscripts. Clarifying e-mail messages may be sent to the Guest Editors or Co-Editors via the same web address. Authors of papers accepted for presentation at the 2015 Inaugural ERS Research Conference and Meetings will be notified by August 1, 2015. All papers accepted for presentation are eligible for consideration for the Ronald H. Coase Best Paper Award to be given at the 2015 Conference as well as for inclusion in a subsequent ERJ Special Issue.

 

About ERJ:

The Entrepreneurship Research Journal (ERJ) is the official journal of the ERS. The ERJ posits as the new leading and premier research journal within the field of entrepreneurship. Proud to Publish the ERJ, De Gruyter is an international publishing house with more than two-hundred and sixty years of experience partnering with exceptional scholars. Combining this strong tradition with modern innovation, De Gruyter and the ERJ provide authors international presence and modern publishing technologies that ensure their research reaches engaged readers globally.

Publish along with leading scholars such as Ronald Coase, William Baumol, Howard Aldrich, Mike Wright, and many others! The Entrepreneurship Research Journal seeks to encourage a scholar exchange between researchers from any field of study who focus on entrepreneurs and their impact on managerial or public policy.

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.

For more information about the Entrepreneurship Research Journal, please visit www.degruyter.com/erj and (www.entrepreneurship-research-society.org) for further details.

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