Small Business Economics Q1 Unclaimed
Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal (SBEJ) publishes original, rigorous theoretical and empirical research addressing all aspects of entrepreneurship and small business economics, with a special emphasis on the economic and societal relevance of research findings for scholars, practitioners and policy makers.
SBEJ covers a broad scope of topics, ranging from the core themes of the entrepreneurial process and new venture creation to other topics like self-employment, family firms, small and medium-sized enterprises, innovative start-ups, and entrepreneurial finance. SBEJ welcomes scientific studies at different levels of analysis, including individuals (e.g. entrepreneurs' characteristics and occupational choice), firms (e.g., firms’ life courses and performance, innovation, and global issues like digitization), macro level (e.g., institutions and public policies within local, regional, national and international contexts), as well as cross-level dynamics.
As a leading entrepreneurship journal, SBEJ welcomes cross-disciplinary research.
Officially cited as: Small Bus Econ
93% of authors who answered a survey reported that they would definitely publish or probably publish in the journal again It has an SJR impact factor of 2,732.
Small Business Economics focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial, modes, lineages, performance, persistence, pioneering, policy, promote, regional, ...
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Open Access Policy: Open Choice
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2290 €Inmediate OA
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2,732SJR Impact factor
235Total Docs (Last Year)
418Total Docs (3 years)
4105Total Cites (3 years)
414Citable Docs (3 years)
8.67Cites/Doc (2 years)
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