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The New England Journal of Entrepreneurship (NEJE) is a double blind peer reviewed journal that aims to foster dialogue and innovation in studies of entrepreneurship and small & family-owned business management. The journal welcomes original work across a broad spectrum of issues and topics related to the study and practice of entrepreneurship. The journal encourages submission of a wide range of perspectives and is particularly interested in those that challenge conventional wisdom concerning all aspects of entrepreneurship and small & family-owned businesses and their role in society.
Editor-in-chief: Chun (Grace) Guo
Current Issue: Volume 19, Number 1 (2016)
Classics in Entrepreneurship Research: Enduring Insights, Future Promises
Vishal K. Gupta, Dev K. Dutta, Grace Guo, Golshan Javadian, Crystal Jiang, Arturo E. Osorio, and Banu Ozkazanc-Pan
The Glass Cage: The Gender Pay Gap and Self-Employment in the United States
Leanna Lawter, Tuvana Rua, and Jeanine K. Andreassi Ph.D.
Entrepreneurship Research in Management and Organizational Studies: A Contribution-Based Assessment of the Literature
Vishal K. Gupta, Sajna Ibrahim, Grace Guo, and Erik Markin