Call for short papers summarizing published papers in scholarly journals.
You are invited to submit short papers to be published in The SMEE Review (firstname.lastname@example.org). The paper could be a one page summary of your recent publication or a publication of interest by someone else on SME and entrepreneurship. Also, it could be a text of up to five pages summarizing different papers published recently on a topic on SME and entrepreneurship. Articles to be submitted should translate findings published in scholarly journals into practically useful information for SME managers and entrepreneurs. Therefore, in your paper, briefly present the objectives and methodology of the previously published work and retain only findings that have implications for practice. If you reproduce Tables or Figure previously published, make sure to get prior copyright authorizations from the journal that published them. For an example of the papers, please get a look to the paper in SMEE Review Volume 3, #1: 20-23 by Armstead and Anderson (http://www.uregina.ca/admin/cmd/journal.html). Also, research brief papers in the Academy of Management Perspectives could serve as examples as they pursue the same objectives, but for a broader field of management.
Call for practitioner oriented papers for SMEE review on the internationalization of SMEE topic
The next issue of SMEE Review will focus on the internationalization of SMEs. You are invited to submit papers and information directly useful to practitioners. Without being simplistic recipes, the SMEE articles should be theoretically and/or empirically grounded, but written in the practitioner’s language. Please download any previous issue of the journal at (http://www.uregina.ca/admin/cmd/journal.html) for guidelines.
Books to review for the Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship
We have received recently published books from Edward Elgar Publishing Inc (Cheltenham, UK) for being reviewed and published in the Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Currently, we have the following titles:
- Jean Bonnet, Domingo G Perez de Lema, and Howard Van Auken,(eds.) 2010. The Entrepreneurial Society: How to fill the Gap Between Knowledge and Innovation.
- Candida Brush, Lars Kolverid, L. Oistein Widding, and Roger Sorhein. (eds.) 2010. The life Cycle of New ventures: Emergence, Newness and Growth
- Frderic Bill, Bjorn Bjerke, and Anders W. Johansson. (eds) 2010. (De)Mobilizing the Entrepreneurship Discourse: Exploring Entrepreneurial Thinking and Action
- Joseph Mark S. Munoz. (ed.) Contemporary Microenterprise: Concepts and Cases
- Sandra L. Fielden and Marilyn J. Davidson.( 2010). International Research handbook on Successful Women Entrepreneurs.
- Mine Karata-Ozkan and Elizabeth Chell. (2010). Nascent Entrepreneurship and learning.