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Important Journal Announcement:
New England Journal of Entrepreneurship (NEJE) now is published by Emerald Publishing Service and the official journal website is moved to: 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.
Editor-in-chief: Grace Chun Guo
Current Issue: Volume 21, Number 2 (2018) The Role of Networking, Entrepreneurial Environments, and Support Systems in the Creation, Survival and Success of Ventures Founded by Women, Minority, and Immigrant Entrepreneurs
Introduction to Special Issue
The Role of Networking, Entrepreneurial Environments, and Support Systems in the Creation, Survival and Success of Ventures Founded by Women, Minority, and Immigrant Entrepreneurs
SherRhonda Gibbs, Robert P. Singh, John S. Butler, and Crystal Scott
The Influence of Emotional Carrying Capacity and Network Ethnic Diversity on Entrepreneurial Self- Efficacy: The Case of Black and White Entrepreneurs
Golshan Javadian, Tina R. Opie, and Salvatore Parise
Immigrant Entrepreneurs in the USA: A Conceptual Discussion of the Demands of Immigration and Entrepreneurial Intentions
Yemisi Freda Awotoye and Robert P. Singh