Academic journal article Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice

Editor's Note

Academic journal article Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice

Editor's Note

Article excerpt

The publication of "Roustam Tariko (A): Russian Entrepreneur" by INSEAD's Manfred Kets de Vries and Elizabeth Florent-Treacy marks a change in editorial policy that I want to call to our readers' attention. I will also offer two comments on the case itself.

First, please note the inclusion of a "Note to Instructors" and the omission of the "Note on Methodology" that often has appeared with our cases. The "Note to Instructors" will aid readers in positioning this case in their courses and will offer ideas on its effective use. It also tells in abbreviated form how the authors came to research and develop this case. Effective with this issue, we ask authors to submit such a note rather than the "Note on Methodology." Through this change in policy, I am reorienting our objectives toward pedagogical support and away from the tutorial in case research that our authors provided over the past eight years. Now our attention turns to increasing the cases' value to our readers, and Ray Bagby and I believe that enhancing their usability in the classroom is an important step in that direction.

Second, this issue's "Roustam Tariko (A)" is followed by "Roustam Tariko (B): The Measure of the Man." The authors' "Note to Instructors" following the "(A)" case explains how the two cases may be used in conjunction. The first case's story of building a series of ventures in the post-Soviet economy is provocative in its own right but also serves as the context for the second case. …

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