Academic journal article Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

Letter from the Editors

Academic journal article Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

Letter from the Editors

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This issue of JBE begins our fourth year of publication. There are many indications that JBE continues to gain the respect of the academic and practitioner communities. Our standing subscriber list has a number of libraries, many of whom recently requested back copies to complete their holdings. We are attracting a large number of manuscripts, and our acceptance rate is below thirty percent. Most gratifying of all are the expressions of support that we keep getting from authors, reviewers, and the membership of the Southwestern Small Business Institute Association. We thank you all.

This issue begins with an article by Siegel, Rigsby, and Shelton which compares the performance of accountants who have had graduate education and/or internship experiences with those who have not had such experiences. The authors find that such experiences do in fact contribute to higher performance and lower turnover. Davis, in the next article, discusses changes in auditing requirements, and their impact upon small businesses. Continuing in this practical vein, Knight and Neeley provide an argument for the use of Dollar Unit Sampling for small businesses, while Mukherjee reports on the differences in financing of the small business through its various growth stages.

Recent passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act has raised a number of issues for consideration by small business owners. The next two articles attempt to draw out the implications of this law for the small business. …

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