Academic journal article Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

Notes from the Editors

Academic journal article Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

Notes from the Editors

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This issue of the journal incorporates a series of scholarly articles covering a variety of topics which should interest small business educators and managers. The first group of articles focuses on educational issues. Sebora, Hartman and Tower lead off with an examination of the process of educating entrepreneurs on innovation, and draw various conclusions on this area of inquiry. Following this, Hebert and Bass assess personality types of entrepreneurs and business students and draw conclusions for management education. Schindler and Stockstill consider educational impacts of the Small Business Institute, in a longitudinal study. Johnson and McFadden-Wade conclude the series of educational articles by looking at the market for small business tax education through a survey of small business owners.

The second grouping of articles targets small business practice. Dandridge examines patterns of change in a small firm's employment practices over time. Scherer, Saunders and Brown probe into the process of differentiating primary and secondary customers by expectations. Hiltner, Elbert and Herbig investigate the international negotiating behavior of small firms. Finally, Fernald presents a discussion of intellectual property rights as they bear upon enterprises which do business abroad. …

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