Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

Articles on small business and entrepreneurship cover marketing, management, finance, accounting, applied information technology, and business law.

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 2, October

A Comparison of Attitudes toward Business Training between African American and Caucasian Female Small Business Owners
ABSTRACTThis study assesses and compares business training attitudes of female African American and Caucasian small business owners. The growth in entrepreneurs hip by African American women requires a better understanding of their professional development...
Predictors of Entrepreneurial Intentions: A Quasi-Experiment Comparing Students Enrolled in Introductory Management and Entrepreneurship Classes
ABSTRACTThis study examines the impact of enrollment in an entrepreneurship course, as well as evaluates several covariates, in the prediction of entrepreneurial intentions by comparing students enrolled and not enrolled in a class in entrepreneurship....
Relational Orientation and Performance in Micro Businesses and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: An Examination of Interorganizational Relationships
ABSTRACTThis study examines the performance and relationship between buyers in a supply chain and their suppliers, both micro businesses and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Specifically, this study examines the influence of trust, dependence,...
Training Women to Win: Women and Enterprise Development in the UK
ABSTRACTWithin the SME sector, women are responsible for about one third of all start-up businesses in the UK. They are vital to the economy and future growth of the SME sector. Their dynamism and enterprise enriches the sector. Despite the positive...
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