Journal: Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship
Description: The Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship (JDE) provides a forum for the dissemination of descriptive, empirical, and theoretical research that focuses on issues concerning microenterprise and small business development, especially under conditions of adversity. The intended audience for the JDE are scholars who study issues of developmental entrepreneurship and professionals involved in governmental and non-governmental efforts to facilitate entrepreneurship in economic and community development programs. Articles will cover a broad range of topics, including: Entrepreneurship and self-employment in developing contexts; Challenges and opportunities unique to minority and female entrepreneurs; Microenterprise funds and private-sector small business lending practices; Legislation, regulation, and tax policy that impact entrepreneurship and economic development; Processes that facilitate growth and development within emerging enterprises; Networks within and among entrepreneurial ventures; Marketing patterns and approaches in venture growth and development; International developmental entrepreneurship programs; Entrepreneurship in the informal economic sector; Education and training for aspiring entrepreneurs; Industry practices that adversely affect microenterprise development; Economic and social impacts of microenterprise activity. The JDE is published three times a year in the April, August and December by Norfolk State University and Syracuse University.
Editor: Peter Koveos
Year of foundation: 2005
Issues per year: 4