International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal

ISSN: 1757-1938 SJR : 0.847 SNIP : 1.89948

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About IEMJ
A Great Publisher Linking Research and Practice

The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal (IEMJ) provides a venue for high quality manuscripts dealing with entrepreneurship in its broadest sense and the management of entrepreneurial organizations. The editorial board encourages manuscripts that are international in scope; however, readers can also find papers investigating domestic issues with global relevance.

IEMJ is dedicated to investigating entrepreneurship across a broad spectrum of organizations, from new ventures to family-owned businesses to large corporations. Manuscripts accepted for publication have important implications for business practice. Papers that focus on basic research, for example, often highlight the potential impact the authors’ findings may have on business.

A sample of journal topics includes entrepreneurship and its relation to management and strategy; interfaces between entrepreneurship and technological innovation; and the impact of public policy on entrepreneurial ventures.

Officially cited as: Int Entrep Manag J

Partnerships and collaborations

IEMJ works in close collaboration with a number of academic and corporate organizations and associations worldwide, including: the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Academy of Management, the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA), the American Library Association (ALA), the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), CEEMAN (Central and East European Management Development Association), amongst others.

AIM AND OBJECTIVES

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Springer Nature has been exploring the impact of the investments special libraries make for their companies. Previously we have focused on the savings in time and money that investing in information resources provide. This white paper introduces you to our investigation of the role of scientific and technical content in the innovation value chain and hence its direct contribution to product development.  There are a wide range of studies which examine the many links between research, patents and the commercial R&D process. We will summarize some of the existing studies, and introduce Springer Nature’s current project gathers more evidence and data about the benefits of access to high quality scientific publishing for the commercial development process which includes initial qualitative insights from R&D professionals.

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    • Publishes high quality manuscripts dealing with entrepreneurship and the management of entrepreneurial organizations 
    • Highlights important implications for business practice
    • Features manuscripts that are international in scope as well as papers investigating domestic issues with global relevance
    • Covers a broad spectrum of organizations, from new ventures to family-owned businesses to large corporations

The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal (IEMJ) provides a venue for high quality manuscripts dealing with entrepreneurship in its broadest sense and the management of entrepreneurial organizations. The editorial board encourages manuscripts that are international in scope; however, readers can also find papers investigating domestic issues with global relevance.

IEMJ is dedicated to investigating entrepreneurship across a broad spectrum of organizations, from new ventures to family-owned businesses to large corporations. Manuscripts accepted for publication have important implications for business practice. Papers that focus on basic research, for example, often highlight the potential impact the authors’ findings may have on business.

A sample of journal topics includes entrepreneurship and its relation to management and strategy; interfaces between entrepreneurship and technological innovation; and the impact of public policy on entrepreneurial ventures.