Systems approach is the basis for understanding complexity of entrepreneurial society, interconnectedness of social values, personal attributes and entrepreneurship ecosystem, and such broad research framework enables invitation for papers which may be conceptual or empirical in nature. Quantitative and qualitative papers are both welcome, especially if they are presenting research issues emerging from intersections of different knowledge pools.

Possible sub-topics include:

  1. Methodological challenges and research methods
  2. Opportunity generation and early business development
  3. Minority entrepreneurship
  4. Gender and copreneurship
  5. Technology and knowledge-based entrepreneurship
  6. Family business, succession and business transfer
  7. Entrepreneurship education, learning, and knowledge dissemination
  8. Culture and community
  9. Social entrepreneurship
  10. Green and sustainable entrepreneurship
  11. E ntrepreneurial finance for new and growing businesses
  12. Business models (growth, performance and internationalization)
  13. Corporate / intrapreneurship and strategizing
  14. Human and social capital
  15. Creative and artisan industries
  16. Rural enterprise, regional development and tourism
  17. Policy, support systems and infrastructure
  18. Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship (Best paper award by ISBJ)
  19. Authentic entrepreneurial leadership
  20. Accountability of Quadruple Helix actors (university, government, business sector, civil society) in building entrepreneurial society