Academic journal article New England Journal of Entrepreneurship

From the Editors

Academic journal article New England Journal of Entrepreneurship

From the Editors

Article excerpt

This Fall 2001 issue completes Volume 4 for the New England Journal of Entrepreneurship. The past four years have been years of rapid change for our journal, and for entrepreneurship itself, so the theme of "change" is fitting for this issue. The current issue includes two feature interviews with entrepreneurs who have thrived on change-Joseph Abboud and Tom and Anne Foley. We've also included a refereed case study on facilitating change in sugar agriculture. Our refereed articles include studies on financing small firms in different countries, the valuation of small businesses, advanced information systems support, and corporate entrepreneurship. Finally, we conclude the issue with a review of a popular book about coping with-Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity.

We would like to thank our Editorial Review Board members, the Reviewer Panel, and all the authors who submitted manuscripts-both published and unpublished. We want to especially acknowledge Dr. Benoit Boyer, dean of the College of Business at Sacred Heart University, for his unstinting support. As always, Miccinello Associates did a superb job as our editorial consultants, and Ms. Lisa Stellato did an equally superb job as administrative assistant. …

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