Associate Editor: Caroline E.W. Glackin, PhD
The entrepreneurship track is open to all researchers/authors with an interest in the complexities of entrepreneurship. We welcome concise cases that tell the stories of protagonists in a variety of business settings, from startup through to established firms.
We particularly hope that the new track will attract researchers/authors that will write about people and topics that are often left out of mainstream cases.
Cases that focus on protagonists from entrepreneurial ventures, small businesses, family businesses are welcomed, particularly where the subjects are diverse and culturally rich. Diversity of cases and coverage of multiple topics is essential.
Concise cases that focus on entrepreneurship are now welcomed for review. Please see the IJIC Submission Guidelines for more information.
To contact Dr Glackin, please email the IJIC office in the first instance.
Check out IJIC cases already published in the Entrepreneurship Track:
Achieving a dream in the agricultural sector
Author: Jeannette M. Herz Ghersi
Contemplating Cash: Matte Beauty LLC
Author: Caroline E.W. Glackin, PhD
Creative Community Space
Author: Miranda Lam, PhD & Robert “Ripp” Daniell, PhD
Exit Two Ways: Building #19 and Ollie’s Bargain Outlet
Author: Gina Vega
Strategic Leadership in the Entrepreneurial Firm – the Challenges of the Lululemon group
Author: Arthur Kearney & Denis Harrington
The Back Way through the Deadly Sea
Author: Robert A Vega
The Young Entrepreneur Council
Author: Laurie L. Levesque & Sarina Cerulli