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Venture Journals

This page serves as a resource for the Coller Institute of Venture members. 

The five key journals relating to the venture ecosystem were selected by the academic moderators that participated in our Deep Innovation Workshop on May 19, 2014.


Venture Capital : an International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance
Venture Capital : an International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance

Venture Capital brings together research on entrepreneurial finance undertaken by academics from different disciplines and conducted from various methodological and philosophical standpoints and using a variety of research methods. It is a forum for communication between academic researchers, venture capital practitioners and policy-makers that raises the knowledge of venture capital activity and other types of entrepreneurial finance on a global basis. Its coverage is international, focusing not only on established financial capital markets such as the USA and the European Union, but also on emerging markets.

 

The Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal is a research journal that publishes original work recommended by a developmental, double-blind review process conducted by peer scholars. Strategic entrepreneurship involves innovation and subsequent changes which add value to society and which change societal life in ways which have significant, sustainable, and durable consequences. The SEJ is international in scope and acknowledges theory- and evidence-based research conducted and/or applied in all regions of the world. It is devoted to content and quality standards based on scientific method, relevant theory, tested or testable propositions, and appropriate data and evidence, all replicable by others, and all representing original contributions.

 

 

 

Strategic Entrepreneurship journal
Strategic Entrepreneurship journal

 

 

 

Journal of Business Venturing
Journal of Business Venturing

The Journal of Business Venturing: A Journal Dedicated to Entrepreneurship provides a scholarly forum for sharing useful and interesting theories, narratives, and interpretations of the antecedents, mechanisms, and/or consequences of entrepreneurship. This multi-disciplinary, multi-functional, and multi-contextual journal aspires to deepen our understanding of the entrepreneurial phenomenon in its myriad of forms.

 

 

 

 

 

The Journal of Entrepreneurship
The Journal of Entrepreneurship

The Journal of Entrepreneurship is designed to disseminate the fruits of research and results of innovative experiments, with particular focus on countries like India. The journal focuses on the changing contours of entrepreneurial research and training and acquaints the readers with the latest trends and directions of explorations in the theory and practice of entrepreneurship. It publishes original papers of high quality, documenting fresh grounds being explored, new methodologies being employed, conceptual discoveries being made, or innovative experiments being attempted with a view to expanding the frontiers of our knowledge and insight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice

Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (ET&P) is a leading scholarly journal in the field of entrepreneurship studies. The journal’s mission is to publish original papers which contribute to the advancement of the field of entrepreneurship. ET&P publishes conceptual and empirical articles of interest to scholars, consultants, and public policy makers. Most issues also feature a teaching case. Article topics include, but are not limited to:

  • National and International Studies of Enterprise Creation
  • Small Business Management
  • Family-Owned Businesses
  • Minority Issues in Small Business and Entrepreneurship
  • New Venture Creation
    • Research Methods, Venture Financing Corporate and Non-Profit Entrepreneurship

 

 

 

Journal of Alternative Investments
Journal of Alternative Investments

Journal of Alternative Investments provides original research on managing and investing in a range of alternative investments, including hedge funds, private equity, commodities, futures, oil and gas, timber, funds of funds, and other assets. It also provides you with cutting-edge research and expert analysis on managing investments in hedge funds, private equity, distressed debt, commodities, futures, energy, funds of funds, and other nontraditional assets. It is the official publication of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association (CAIA®).

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Journal of Private Equity
The Journal of Private Equity

The Journal of Private Equity gives you in-depth analysis of today’s most innovative strategies and techniques in private equity and venture capital. It shows you the what, how and why of successful deals with detailed explanations, probing analyses, and real-life case studies—and shows you how to immediately apply them to your own deals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research (IJEBR)
The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research (IJEBR)

The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research (IJEBR) has a unique focus on publishing original research related to the human and social dynamics of entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurial management in small and growing organizations.

The Journal has an international perspective on entrepreneurship and publishes conceptual papers and empirical studies which bring together issues of interest to academic researchers and educators, policy-makers and practitioners worldwide.The editorial team encourages high-quality submissions which advance the study of human and behavioural dimensions of entrepreneurship and smaller organizations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The International Journal of Innovation Management (IJIM)
The International Journal of Innovation Management (IJIM)

The International Journal of Innovation Management (IJIM) is the official journal of the International Society of Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM). Both the IJIM and ISPIM adopt a multi-disciplinary approach to addressing the many challenges of managing innovation, rather than a narrow focus on a single aspect such as technology, R&D or new product development. Both are also international, inclusive & practical, and encourage active interaction between academics, managers and consultants. These guiding principles of the IJIM are consistent with those of ISPIM:

  • Aim to link the research and practice of innovation management;
  • Focus on the management and firm levels of analysis, rather than policy or sector issues;
  • Adopt an inter-disciplinary, multi-functional problem-oriented approach;
  • Integrates management of technological, organizational and market innovation.

 

 

 

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