New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 21 Issue 2 , Open Access


Table of contents - Special Issue: The role of networking, entrepreneurial environments, and support systems in the creation, survival and success of ventures founded by women, minority, and immigrant entrepreneurs

Guest Editors: SherRhonda Gibbs, Robert Paul Singh, John S. Butler, Crystal Scott

Black vs white owned new venture performance: a study of mediating effects

Mayank Jaiswal

The purpose of this paper is to move beyond individual level characteristics of founders to explain the performance gap between white and black majority owned new ventures. It…


The influence of emotional carrying capacity and network ethnic diversity on entrepreneurial self-efficacy: The case of black and white entrepreneurs

Golshan Javadian, Tina R. Opie, Salvatore Parise

One key determinant of entrepreneurial success is entrepreneurial self-efficacy (ESE), defined as an individual’s confidence in his or her ability to perform entrepreneurial…


Immigrant entrepreneurs in the USA: A conceptual discussion of the demands of immigration and entrepreneurial intentions

Yemisi Freda Awotoye, Robert P. Singh

Given the growing number of immigrant entrepreneurs in the USA, the purpose of this paper is to better understand the behaviors of this subgroup of entrepreneurs. Specifically…

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