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Ewald Kibler to the Editorial Board of the International Small Business Journal

ISBJ is the leading European Journal in the field.

Assistant Professor Ewald Kibler has been invited to become an Editorial Board Member of the International Small Business Journal, ranked as the leading European Journal in the Field of Entrepreneurship Research.

The International Small Business Journal (ISBJ) publishes the highest quality original research papers on small business and entrepreneurship. The ISBJ attracts submissions from international academics focusing upon theoretical, empirical, policy and practitioner issues within the fields of small business and entrepreneurship.

Assitant Professor Ewald Kibler’s research combines psychological, sociological and geographical perspectives on entrepreneurship. His principal research areas include Entrepreneurial Beliefs and New Venture Creation, Regional and Cultural Embeddedness of Entrepreneurship, Social and Sustainable Business Venturing, Enterprising Practices and Institutional Work, and Aging Society and Entrepreneurship.


Further information:

Ewald Kibler
Assistant Professor, Entrepreneurship, Department of Management Studies
[email protected]
+358 40 353 8442

ISBJ: http://isb.sagepub.com  

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