Small Business Economics
In the United States alone, statistics have shown that nearly half of Americans either work at or own small businesses. More and more people are taking calculated risks to become entrepreneurs. In the academe, entrepreneurship has increased its influence and is discussed as a vital aspect of business and management courses. There are even scholarly institutions that offer entrepreneurship as a course in itself.
Similar to most professions or fields that have a popular and strong presence in the academe or in the real world, a special journal was put into publication just for small businesses. The small business economics is an academic journal that is primarily business and economics in nature. For members of the academe and students alike, the journal has become a very important venue for research and discussions that focus on the dynamics of small business and entrepreneurship. The journal contains multi-dimensional perspectives on entrepreneurship, per se, the traits of a successful entrepreneur and the latest business innovations and trends. The journal also feature small businesses and discusses the life cycles of a firm.
The sb economics journal also provides valuable information on the different roles of the different institutions involved in small businesses and how they work in accordance to a very diverse set of policies in varying contexts in the local, national and even international arenas. The publishers of the journal encourage notable writers to submit their small business articles or papers that are of empirical, theoretical or conceptual nature. They even encourage other distinguished writers from other fields to submit their work as the publishers promote inter-disciplinary research and discussion on small business and related fields such as finance, management, sociology and even psychology.
The sb economics is published by Springer Netherlands, which is a global company that publishes books, E-books, and journals of scientific, technical and medical content. Copies are available in bookstores or by subscription.
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