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The New England Journal of Entrepreneurship is an academic,open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing conceptual and empirical articles on entrepreneurship that facilitate dialogues among academic scholars, business practitioners, and policy makers. Published by Emerald on behalf of the Jack Welch College of Business & Technology at Sacred Heart University. Official website:http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/services/publishing/neje/.
Interested authors can submit manuscripts to: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/neje/.
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.
Editors-in-chief: Andrés Felipe Cortés and Younggeun Lee.
Current Issue: Volume 26, Number 2 (2023)
Transitional Entrepreneurship: Unleashing Entrepreneurial Potential Across Numerous Challenging Contexts
Golshan Javadian, Anil Nair, David Ahlstrom, Kaveh Moghaddam, Li-Wei Chen, and Younggeun Lee
Decoding Underperformance of Entrepreneurship at The Bottom of The Pyramid: A Literature Review of The Field
Amber Y. Chang and Yalan Xu
Jump To Platform Faster? Gender, Institutional Change, And Pre-Entrant Entrepreneurial Attempt
Lei Xu, K. Praveen Parboteeah, and Hanqing Fang
Entrepreneurial Support Organization (ESO) Narratives and Transitional Entrepreneurship in Detroit
Allison Lucas and Rahul Mitra
Ideology and Ethics of Transitional Entrepreneurs: Legitimacy, Soft Law, and Overcoming a Distressed Economy
Maryam Khosravi, Mojtaba Amiri, and Nezameddin Faghih
The Entrepreneurial Cognitive Adjustment Mechanism: Transitional Entrepreneurship as a Solution to Mitigate Illegal Migration
Jorge Arteaga-Fonseca, Yi (Elaine) Zhang, and Per Bylund