Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
A Systems View Across Time and Space
The Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship is a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the brand SpringerOpen.
It presents current academic research and practical findings, investigating why some regions grow as others stagnate, and measuring effects and implications in the context of historical evolution and geographical location. Coverage includes innovation and entrepreneurship in such emerging markets as China, India, Russia and Latin America. The Journal addresses questions driving policy and decision-making at the company, industry, national and regional levels: How does progress occur? What processes and institutions are involved? How are new businesses created? What cultural traits foster or impede innovation? How is wealth distributed or concentrated? The Journal probes whether innovation emerges differently across such sectors as health, education, technology and the social and physical sciences, and explores patterns, triggers, catalysts and accelerators to innovation, gauging their impact on future research, practice and policy.
Beginning in October 2016, the journal will expand to encompass topics previously covered by Technology, Innovation and Education. It will address the growing need for scholarly inquiry into the ways in which technology and new organizational approaches, often enabled by technology, are impacting the field of education - broadly considered in all of its forms. Authors whose research fell under the previous scope of Technology, Innovation and Education are encouraged to instead submit their papers to the Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
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CommentaryTopical Collection Innovation and entrepreneurship as sustainable enterprise excellence triggers, catalysts and accelerators
Expeditionary energy economics (e3): the securitization of energy entrepreneurship during megacity counterinsurgencies (a NATO perspective)
Ion A. Iftimie (April 2018)
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