Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management (JEM) invites high quality original Research Papers, Case Studies and Book Reviews from both academicians as well as practitioners on different issues related to both Entrepreneurship and Management field.
Peer Review and Publication Policy
All received manuscipts are initially scrutinized for suitability within the journal. If found suitable, article is further sent to a reviewer for double blind review process. Identity of author/s is not disclosed to the reviewer and vice-versa. On receipt of feedback from reviewer, editor analysis the feedback and further decides to accept, reject or revise the paper. Normally double blind peer review process takes around 3-4 months to provide feedback to authors. If paper is accepted, we will send pre-print version to authors for corrections(if any). The Journal reserves the right to make necessary editorial amendments in the final manuscript to suit journal’s format. Single complimentary copy will be provided and posted to Indian Authors. Please be noted, that Publishing India Group do not charge authors for submission/acceptance/any other purpose. Papers are accepted, purely on the basis of merit. Journal reserves the right to make necessary editorial amendments in the final manuscript to suit Journal’s format.
The Journal shall publish following contributions:-Research
- This category of papers report on any type of research- quantitative or qualitative undertaken by author(s). The research may involve the construction or testing of a model or framework, action research, testing of data, market research or surveys, empirical, scientific or clinical research. Contributions of this type must state contribution of research to body of knowledge or practice.Concept
- The conceptual papers would present premise, make suggestions, develop and test hypothesis. These papers are likely to be discursive and may cover philosophical discussions and comparative studies of thought.Review
- Papers of this category can draw from two sources. One, literature reviews, these papers should typically critique the literature related to a particular issue of academic or practitioner interest. Analysis by author(s) is welcome in particular. Second type is a general reviews. These papers are more general in nature and may provide an overview or historical examination of some concept, technique, phenomenon or an industry (cluster). These are likely to be more descriptive or instructional (“how to” papers) than discursive.Policy
-Submission in this section discuss issues of policy framework and macro environment constructs that affect or are likely to affect Entrepreneurship and Management - issues and experiences of policy implementation at regional, national or global level. Readers would be particularly interested in knowing about, how such policies will affect them.Case Studies
-Two types of cases are welcome. One is the case studies of policy implementation and associated experience. The other category is the firm level cases that raise a debate or highlight a typical decision making situation that can be generalized. Smaller firm level case studies demonstrating best practice or results of policy shall be entertained in Best practice and/ or Practitioner notes category.
Shorter Contribution of 1500-3000 words are welcome for following categories:-Best practice
- This is a platform to report and share best practices in Entrepreneurship and Management that have an educational value for other practitioners and may come handy to them resolve related problems.Notes
-Those who have a significant experience of working with and for Entrepreneurship and Management – administrators, academics, consultants, and researchers may contribute to this section. These papers are likely to benefit from experience of such individuals. The papers must highlight the challenges faced by the practitioners and opportunities available to individuals and organizations.Book Reviews
-Terse and lucid reviews of books targeted at start up and those useful for Entrepreneurship and Management and related subjects are also acceptable. In addition to the publication details of such books, the body of review should highlight - objectives and/or overview of the contents of the book; and attributes, achievements and limitations of the book. The review must summarize for whom the book is suitable and for what purposes. Presentation
-Keeping in mind the audiences, presentation should be lucid and comprehensible. Make it to the point without using an extravagant or ornate language. Even if the manuscript reports the findings of original research, the methodology should be presented clearly and to the extent possible, in a non-technical manner such that our readers with limited back grounds in research methods and analysis are not discouraged from reading the article. Submissions must not be restricted to mere statement of facts. A lot of importance is attached to the analysis of the issue/ concept/ findings and their potential for value addition to existing body of knowledge or practice for entrepreneurship, management and related activities.
Guidelines for Authors
- All submitted manuscripts must be original work that is not under submission at another journal or under consideration for publication in any other form. In case the authors have received financial/technical assistance for completing the manuscript, they should acknowledge the same in the manuscript so as to avoid conflicts of ownership.
- After submitting the manuscript, until the editorial decision is communicated or if the manuscript is accepted for publication, without prior approval from the editor, authors cannot publish the manuscript in other publication.
- Manuscripts to be submitted online at www.manuscript.publishingindia.com. Refer to steps mentioned below for online submission.
- Maximum length of the manuscript should be between 3000-6000 words.
- Main attachment should contain full text content including title of the manuscript (limited to 12 words) at the top, an abstract of no more than 200 words and up to 6 Key Words.
- Author’s names should not appear on anywhere on the body of the manuscript to facilitate the referred and blind review process.
- The text should be double spaced and should be typed in Times New Roman style with a font size of 12 pts and 1 inch margin all around. Use standard indentation for paragraphs.
- Footnotes should appear at the bottom of the page on which they are cited/ referenced.
- Tables and Figures should be numbered in Roman Numerals and can appear either in the body of the manuscript or at the end of the manuscript. Sources of data used in both tables and figures should be duly acknowledged as a footnote to the same. In case some abbreviations and acronyms are used in the tables and figures, these should be duly described in the main body text of the manuscript where they have been cited/ referenced/interpreted and well as in the footnotes of the table/ figure.
- Tables and figures appearing at the end of the manuscript should be duly referenced in the main body text where these have been interpreted.
- All Figures (charts, diagrams and line drawings) and Plates (photographic images) should be of clear quality, in black and white. For figures which cannot be supplied in MS Word, acceptable standard image formats are: .pdf, .ai, .wmf and .eps. If you are unable to supply graphics in these formats then please ensure they are .tif, .jpeg (.jpg) , or .bmp at a resolution of at least 300dpi and at least 10cm wide.
- Research Methodology used in the manuscript should be explained in detail and all equations should be consecutively numbered using Arabic numerals in parentheses.
- Equation editor should be used to type the mathematical equation used in the study.
- Sources of data used in the study should be duly acknowledged and the procedures used to convert raw data into usable data should be explained in detail.
- At the end of the manuscript, all references cited in the body text should be complete in all respects and arranged in alphabetical order. Authors should carefully check the list of references for completeness, accuracy and consistency.
- Cite references in the text by mentioning last name of the author and year e.g. (Pareek, 2003) citing for one author, (Pareek and Chowdhary, 2010) citing both names of two, and (Smith et al., 2010), when there are three or more authors.
- A sampling of the most common entries in reference lists appears below. Please note that for journal articles, issue numbers are not included unless each issue in the volume begins with page one. Hence, it is Academy of Management Journal, 43, 925–950, not Academy of Management Journal, 43(6), 925–950. Entries not exemplified below are modelled in the Publication manual . Please note that italics are removed from references in the printed publication (this is a departure from the Publication Manual style).
Book: Surname, Initials (Year), Book Title, Publisher, Place.
Example - Pickle, H. B. & Abrahamson, R. L. (1990). Small Business Management. John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Journal: Surname, Initials (Year), Article Title, Journal Name, Volume No.(Issue no.), Pages.
Example - Kirchhoff, B. A. (1991). Entrepreneurship’s contribution to economics. Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice, Vol. 16,( No. 2), 93-112.
Article in edited book: Surname, First name (Year), Article Title, Editor’s Surname, Initials (Ed.), Book Title(Page no.), Publisher, Place.
Example - Baker, F. M., & Lightfoot, O. B. (1993), Psychiatric care of ethnic elders, In A. C. Gaw (Ed.), Culture, ethnicity, and mental illness (pp.517–552), American Psychiatric Press, Washington D.C.
Unpublished paper presented at a meeting: Surname, Initials(Year, Month, date), Paper Title, Meeting organizer, Place.
Example - Black, L., & Loveday, G. (1998, February), The development of sign language in hearing children, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Professional Linguistics Society, Munich Germany.
Published proceedings of meetings and symposia: Surname, Initials(Year), Proceeding Title, Editor’s Surname, Initials(Eds.), Proceedings of meeting organizer No.(Page No.),Publisher, Place.
Example - McNeil, C. B., Eyberg, S., Eisenstadt, T. H., & Newcomb, K. (1997), Marital status and living arrangements, In W. W. Hartrup & Z. Rubin (Eds.), American Psychological Association Proceedings No. 512 (pp.1–25), American Psychiatric Press, Washington, DC
Unpublished doctoral dissertation: Surname, Initials(Year), Dissertation title, Specify Unpublished Dissertation, Institution name, Place.
Example - Smith, A. (2001), Analyses of non union American companies in the late 1990s, Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Georgetown University, Washington.
- Once accepted for publication, authors need to sign & confirm the form of originality and Copyright. Copy of the same is available with Coordinator / Editor.
Online Submission Process
Journal follows online submission for referred and peer review process. Authors are required to register themselves at www.manuscript.publishingindia.com prior to submitting the manuscript. This will help authors in keeping track of their submitted research work.
Steps for submission:
- Log on to mentioned url:- www.manuscript.publishingindia.com
- Register yourself with “Journal of Entrepreneurship & Management”
- Do remember to select yourself as “Author” at the bottom of registration page before submitting.
- Once registered, log on with your selected Username and Password.
- Click “submit article” follow the instructions mentioned for “5 step submission process”.
If you are already registered with other journal at www.manuscript.publishingindia.com
, you will be required to register separately with “Journal of Entrepreneurship & Management” for respective submission.
All received manuscipts are initially scrutinized for suitability within the journal. If found suitable, article will further be sent to a reviewer for blind review process. Identity of author/s is not disclosed to the reviewer. Based on their feedback , editor decides to accept, reject or revise the paper. Normally review process takes around 3 months to provide feedback to authors.
Submitted manuscripts must be original work of the author that is not under submission at another journal or under consideration for publication in any other form. If author’s piece of work infringes any existing copyright, publisher will have to be indemnified for any such breach by author.