Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal

A double blind, refereed journal which publishes theoretical and empirical manuscripts on entrepreneurship and small business.

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 1, January

Doing Business with the U.S. Federal Government: A Survey of Small Businesses on Guam
INTRODUCTION Doing business with the U.S. Federal Government, hereafter referred to as "Federal Contracting" is considered to be an attractive opportunity for many businesses. This is particularly true for businesses on Guam, a U.S. territory in...
Entrepreneurial Alertness and Entrepreneurial Awareness-Are They the Same?
INTRODUCTION Definitions As in other fields, the answers to questions depend on the way that the variables tested are defined. In this field of research there are different definitions for each variable, and the choice among them is somewhat...
New Standards Available for Private Companies: At Last a Little GAAP?
INTRODUCTION In July 2009 the International Accounting Standards Committee published a single comprehensive standard for non-public companies. This was a culmination of a five year endeavor to address the needs of small to medium sized entities....
Organizational Financial Performance: Identifying and Testing Multiple Dimensions
INTRODUCTION There is little dispute that one of the core purposes of both entrepreneurship and strategic management theory and research is the improvement of organizational performance (Eisenhardt & Zbaracki, 1992; Venkatraman & Ramanujam,...
Strategic Collaboration and Mentoring Women Entrepreneurs: A Case Study
INTRODUCTION In 2002, there were 6.5 million women-owned businesses in the United States, an increase of 20 percent from 1997 (Bureau of the Census, 2002). In this country, women are the primary owners of approximately 30% of privately held firms...
Tenant Firm Progression within an Incubator: Progression toward an Optimal Point of Resource Utilization
INTRODUCTION According to the National Business Incubation Association (NBIA) (2007), as of October 2006, there are over 1,400 business incubators in North America (up from 12 in 1980) , with the primary goal of encouraging entrepreneurship and...
The Impact of Personal Culture on Sophisticated Succession Planning by Owner-Managers of SMEs in Malaysia
INTRODUCTION With baby boomers coming to an age of retirement and shortage of younger employees stepping up in replacement, business succession planning is vital in cultivating capable management executives who are going to implement strategies...
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