Let’s build a better Entrepreneurship Policy Ecosystem!
Almost every major government has placed entrepreneurship and enterprise at the heart of policy-making for more than a decade. Objectives include fostering job growth creation, immigrant integration and ecosystem development. Nonetheless, there is a lack of appropriate academic support and analysis to ensure the efficacy and impact of government policy-making and investment in this area.
The International Journal of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in Policy and Practice (EEPP) is dedicated to furthering enterprise and entrepreneurship policy-making through the evidence and the insights of the academic community. In addition to the global academic community, EEPP invites practitioners and policy-makers to present the themes promoted in government and industry thinking to provide a holistic view of this area and align academic and practitioner research.
The International Journal of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in Policy and Practice (EEPP) is an open-access, online journal with a rolling publication date and an annual print volume. The journal is interdisciplinary and will publish work from a range of fields and cross-disciplinary efforts including:
- management science, business, innovation and entrepreneurship studies
- economics, economic geography
- sociology, psychology, anthropology
- public policy, politics, political economy
- legal and educational disciplines
This three-part International Centre for Entrepreneurship Policy (INTER-CEP) symposium series examines entrepreneurship-policy fashions, trends and buzzwords and aims to debunk some of these.