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Journal of Entrepreneurship, Business and Economics

Journal of Entrepreneurship, Business and Economics

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Journal of Entrepreneurship, Business and Economics (JEBE) strives to comply with highest research standards and scientific/research/practice journals’ qualities. Being international and inter-disciplinary in scope, JEBE seeks to provide a platform for debate among diverse academic and practitioner communities who address a broad area of entrepreneurship, business and economic issues across the world. Topics covered include: - Entrepreneurship: policy making on entrepreneurship; ethnic entrepreneurship; Self-employment among immigrants; Entrepreneurship education; Academic Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship among minority groups; Indigenous entrepreneurs; Women entrepreneurs; Social Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship in developing countries; Entrepreneurship and ethics; Corporate intrapreneurship; Intrapreneurship. - Business: Business/organisational communication, IT in business, MIS, e-commerce Business; education/teaching, ethics, values, (corporate) social responsibility; Business to business; Business ethics; Business law, legal environment of business/development; Business process re-engineering management. - Economics: free trade; emerging economies; trade agreements; informal sector; macro economics; micro economics; international trade; FDI, international trade; exporting; importing; finance; financial institutions; capital. - Interdisciplinary studies: interdisciplinary studies in the above mentioned areas.

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