Small Business Economics
An Entrepreneurship Journal
Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal publishes rigorous research on entrepreneurship, self-employment, family firms, small and medium-sized firms, and new venture creation. The journal has a broad scope, including entrepreneurs' characteristics, occupational choice, new ventures and innovation, firms life courses and performance; as well as the role played by institutions and public policies within local, regional, national and international contexts. Articles published in Small Business Economics typically emphasize the economic and societal relevance of research findings. As a leading entrepreneurship journal, Small Business Economics publishes both theoretical and empirical papers, while encouraging interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary research from a broad spectrum of disciplines and related fields.
Officially cited as: Small Bus Econ
Are minority-owned businesses underserved by financial markets? Evidence from the private-equity industry
Social interactions and product quality: the value of pooling in cooperative entrepreneurial networks
- Journal Title
- Small Business Economics
- Volume 1 / 1989 - Volume 49 / 2017
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- Online ISSN
- Springer US
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