Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall

An Investigation of the Psychodynamics Associated with Ethnic Entrepreneurship
INTRODUCTION Entrepreneurial activity in San Antonio has been characterized as an ethnic enclave in that there are pockets of enterprises that are Hispanic or African American in nature. Moreover, businesses in this region experience a failure rate...
A Proposed Idiographic Approach to the Study of Entrepreneurs
INTRODUCTION Although an idiographic approach to research methodology has a long history in the behavioral sciences (Allport, 1937), has been suggested for the study of organizational behavior (Luthans & Davis, 1982), and has been applied to...
Examining the Impact of Culture on Entrepreneurial Propensity: An Empirical Study of Prospective American and Egyptian Entrepreneurs
INTRODUCTION Over the past decade, the academic and popular literatures have experienced a resurgence in entrepreneurship-related issues. Researchers have begun to critically address the processes surrounding venture creation, small business development,...
Growth Scenarios for Economic Development of Small Business in the Republic of South Africa
INTRODUCTION Urban development and transportation of goods and services are directly related to the extent of economic development. The Business Economic plan should address the development potential of the different economic activities and make...
Letter from the Editors
Welcome to the first issue of the Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal. As you know, the Academy of Entrepreneurship is off to a successful start. We held the first Conference for the Academy in Nassau, last October, and more than 80 people came. The...
Thai Entrepreneurs: An Empirical Investigation of Individual Differences, Background and Scanning Behavior
INTRODUCTION Thailand, a country of approximately 60 million people, is roughly the size of the state of Texas. It is properly classified as a newly industrialized country (NIC) with significant natural resources. Thailand's economy is dynamic with...
The Process of Small Firm Internationalization in Ireland: An Exploration of Human Resource Issues
INTRODUCTION Government policy in Ireland is now according to indigenous enterprise the central role in revitalizing the economy. A number of recent studies commissioned by Government to assess national industrial policy have highlighted the contribution...
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