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logo jemiThe Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI) was created in 2011 on the initiative of Dr. Anna Ujwary-Gil. Since 2012, the magazine has been intensively developing and internationalizing in close cooperation with the Editors, Associate Editors and the Editorial Board.

 

 

The entrepreneurship area of the journal covers three major topics:

  • venture creation and small business,
  • the impact of entrepreneurship on economic growth including local and regional development,
  • entrepreneurial attitudes and motives.

We invite original papers of a theoretical and empirical nature, rooted in the disciplines of economics, management, sociology, political science, and psychology. Interdisciplinary research is encouraged to assure a comprehensive approach to the topics discussed and to advance both theory and practice.

 

Management as a thematic scope of the journal, focuses on the theoretical and empirical considerations of various areas, such as:

  • strategic management,
  • operation or production management,
  • human resource management,
  • finance management,
  • information technology management,
  • marketing management, and many others.

We welcome articles interpreting contemporary problems of economy, based on knowledge and innovations. Moreover, a vital area of investigation is the analysis of the issue of measuring and managing intellectual capital, and methods of assessing and evaluating intellectual capital on both enterprise and economy levels. A related area is the concept of knowledge management in an enterprise, including modern methods of knowledge management and knowledge audit methodology.

 

The innovation area of the Journal's focus emphasizes a broad range of topics and approaches, including:

  • empirical studies on within-organization innovation management, viewed from various perspectives (organizational behavior, psychology of creativity, organisational structures, styles of leadership and team- building strategies, promoting creativity among employees),
  • the development, testing and application of heuristic methods of creative thinking in the context of management and entrepreneurship, with an emphasis on translating creativity into result-oriented innovative business projects,
  • profiles of innovative products, structures and processes, aimed at improving management practice and providing inspiration for entrepreneurs,
  • comparative analyses of national and regional policy or sector issues, such as R&D trends, patents, citations, etc.,
  • theoretical work on economic, organizational and scientific aspects of innovation, encouraging the search for inspiration from various disciplines, including natural sciences, the arts and humanities.

 

Detailed information about the magazine as well as current and archived issues can be found Here