New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 5 Issue 2 , Open Access


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From Eggs to the Stars

Jane Pollak

Jane Pollak is a Westport, Connecticut, artist who started her career as a high school art teacher. She has now branched out into public speaking, is the author of two books, and…

Bouncing Back

Allan F. Lichter

As on previous occasions, the editors of the New England Journal of Entrepreneurship have sought to interview local small businessowners as well as entrepreneurs who have national…

Entrepreneurial Women and Life Expectancy

Jeannette Oppedisano, Sandra Lueder

NEJE Editors interview Cindi Bigelow: director of activities at Bigelow Tea


Someone old or someone new? The effects of ceo change on corporate entrepreneurship

J. L. Morrow

Boards of directors often attempt to foster corporate entrepreneurship by replacing a firmʼs chief executive officer (CEO). Compelling theoretical arguments and anecdotal evidence…


Ethnic entrepreneurship: Do values matter?

Michael Morris, Minet Schindehutte, Jack Lesser

While considerable attention has been devoted to the personality traits of entrepreneurs, less attention has been given to their values, especially outside of a Western context…


Using Social Cognitive Career Theory to Predict Self-Employment Goals

Gerry Segal, Dan Borgia, Jerry Schoenfeld

Social Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT; Lent, Brown, and Hackett 1994, 1996) proposes that career interests, goals, and choices are related to self-efficacy beliefs and outcome…


Encouraging technology-based ventures: Entrepreneurship education and engineering graduates

Teresa V. Menzies, Joseph C. Paradi

This article examines entrepreneurship courses offered by engineering faculties in Canada. The venturing rate of engineering students, whether the venturing rate increases if…

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