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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We recently got a call from a subscriber who said that TEE is the "best journal in the field." We like to think so, and all our efforts are devoted to ensuring that JBE gains in reputation and relevance with each new issue. Much as the editors would like to take the credit for JBE's rising popularity, however, the secret is in the quality of the manuscripts we attract and the diligence of our reviewers. No matter how attractive the packaging, it is the contents of each issue that are creating the stir and generating the interest. And so it is with great pleasure that we dedicate this issue to our authors - devoted scholars committed to pushing forward the frontiers of knowledge in the field of Small Business and Entrepreneurship; and to our reviewers - sharp-eyed critics with the experience and wisdom to identify the genuine contribution from among the scores of manuscripts we send them in a steady stream.

This issue of JBE contains a diverse set of articles that continue our tradition of encouraging multiple perspectives in the investigation of small businesses. Sanders, Owen, and Scherer start off the issue with a proposal that every SBI director should take note of: use the student team to encourage clients to use techniques often perceived by them as being out of reach or irrelevant. Worley and Behesti provide an example of one such technique in the next article - a way to incorporate desired level of risk into the cash management process. …

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