New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 2 Issue 2 , Open Access

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Is European Entrepreneurship on Life Support? NEJE interview with Micael Becker

Michael Becker

NEJE interviews Michael Becker, Attorney at Law, Ph.D., Entrepreneur, and Sports Agent in Luxembourg

The Roots of Entrepreneurial Research

Hans Landström

Research in entrepreneurship has a long radition and there is considerable knowledge within the field. However, in many instances, researches today do not do their “ground work”…

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Playing in the Giant's Field: Strategies for Effectively Competing in the Global Marketplace

Carolan McLarney

This article inversitgates how a smaller, less resource-rich competitor can successfully out-maneuver a stronger opponent.

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Entrepreneurial Marketing by Networking

Audrey Gilmore, David Carson

This article advocates that networking is an inherent tool of marketing that is wholly compatible with entrepreneurial decision-making characteristics in relation to marketing…

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Work-Family Conflicts of Indian Women Entrepreneurs: A Preliminary Report

Mallika Das

This article examines the work-family conflicts faced by women entrepreneurs in South India. The results indicate that female entrepreneurs in India may not be encountering the…

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Succession and Governance Across Generations: A Comparative Study of the United States and Italy

Alberto Zanzi, Colette Dumas

This comparative study of American and Italian family-owned firms focuses on two key aspects of family business management: succession and governance. This study also explored the…

Motivations for Self-Employment: The Case of Maori in New Zealand

Mark Fox

This article adds to the knowledge of ethnic entrepreneurship by examining differences between Maori and non-Maori in New Zealand.

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Learning How to Learn: Nurturing Professional Growth Through Cognitive Mapping

Robert J. Mockler, Dorothy G. Dologite

This article examines the professional development of entrepreneurs. It describes how cognitive mapping tools drawn from knowledge engineering can be employed to help…

The New Pioneers: The Men and Women Who Are Transforming the Workplace and Marketplace

Gina Vega

Gina Vega reviews The New Pioneers: The Men and Women Who Are Transforming the Workplace and Marketplace by Thomas Petzinger Jr.

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Cover of New England Journal of Entrepreneurship

ISSN:

2574-8904

Online date, start – end:

1998

Open Access:

open access

Editors:

  • Andres Felipe Cortes
  • Younggeun Lee