Covers all aspects of the key research areas of discussion on international, cross-cultural and comparative academic research about entrepreneurs and SMEs. The journal focuses on emerging research topics such as entrepreneurship in developing and transitional countries, gender, family and self-employment, and social enterprise. In addition, it highlights other developing areas such as home-based and part-time activity, informal and illegal activity, sustainability, e-entrepreneurship, indigenous and minority business, innovation, and educational and training.

Volume 1 Issue 1

A Qualitative Study on the Self-Motivation as a Tool to Reduce Conservatism, Negative Mindset, Lack    of Self Confidence, and to Overcome Inner Conflict among the Employees of Bangladeshi (RMG) Factories A B M Asadullah, Nurita Binti Juhdi, Md. Iqbal Hossin, and A B M Abdullah Antecedents and Outcome of Electronic Word of [...]