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The Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education provides an incentive for students to write papers, empowering them to share their knowledge with others. The call for papers spans the globe and will generate submissions from the most prestigious academic institutions in America and Europe.
Original materials are invited which discuss, in a robust academic and practically relevant way, the following issues:
• Cross-cultural aspects of women's entrepreneurship
• Female contributions to the global market
• Barriers faced by women doing international business
• Factors affecting performance of women entrepreneurs
• The effect of personality characteristics and the cultural context on female entrepreneurial activity
• What skills do women as entrepreneurs need to learn?
• History in female entrepreneurship education
• Teaching entrepreneurial concepts
• Female entrepreneurship promotion at educational institutions
• Role of entrepreneurship education in fighting poverty and unemployment among women
• Entreprenurial learning at the work place and action learning research
• How to boost female entrepreneurship
• Women's business associations
• Case studies & entreprenurial practice
Editor in chief - Prof. Dr. Mirjana Radović-Marković, president of Scientific Board and Head of Cener for Economic Researches of Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia. In addition, she is Editor-in-Chief of Economic Analysis, IES.
Prof. Isiaka Esema, Pebble Hills University and Coordinator of International Community Education Association, Nigeria Chapter (Nigeria);
Mr. Dušan Marković, Belgrade Business School and Akamai University (USA);
Prof. Dr. Brenda Nelson-Porter, assistant professor, NorthCentral University (USA);
Prof Dr. M. A. Omolaja, chairman of the Governing Council, International College of Management and Technology (Nigeria);
Prof. Aldene Meis Mason, adjunct professor & lecturer II, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Regina (Saskatchewan, Canada);
Dr Srdjan Redžepagić, assistant professor, Institute of Economic Sciences (Belgrade, Serbia);
Prof. Dr. Narendra Kumar Bishnoi, Haryana School of Business, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology (India);
Prof. Dr. Rula B. Quawas, associate professor and director of the Women’s Studies Center at the University (Jordan);
Prof. Dr. A. O Abari, head and full professor, Lagos State University (Nigeria);
Mr. Elena Rizova, Faculty of Philosophy (Skopje, Macedonia);
Zsuzsanna Katalin Szabo, Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Law and Administrative Sciences of Petru Maior University of Tîrgu Mureş (Romania);
Dr. Ballet Jérôme, researcher, Center of Ethocs and Economics for Environment and Development in Madagascar, University of Antananarivo (Madagascar);
Dr. Marianna Siničáková, assistant of professor, Faculty of Economics, Department of Finance, Technical University of Kosice (Slovakia);
Prof. Susan J. Linz, professor, Department of Economics, Michigan State University (USA).
Prof. Dr. LaWanna L. Blount, professor and director of Division for Continung and Professional Education, Akamai University (USA);
Dr. Antal Szabó, UN retired Regional Adviser at the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) in Geneva, and Scientific Director of the ERENET;
Prof. Dr. Radmila Grozdanić, professor, Technical Faculty (Čačak, Serbia);
Prof. Dr. Raghu Bir Bista, professor, Tribhuvan University (Nepal);
Prof. Dr. Manuela Tvaronaviciene, associate professor, Business Management Faculty, Department of Enterprise Economics and Business Management, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania);
Dr. Imani Silver Kyaruzi, lecturer, Department of Business, London Graduate School of Management (Great Britain);
Prof. Dr. Dragos Simandan, associate professor, Geography Department, Brock University (Canada).
Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade
Tel.: 00381.11.2622.357; 00381.11.2629.960
JWE is published since 2009 in .pdf and printing version as well as economic Analysis. Both of them will be published twice a year.
JWE is in EBSCO, GESIS and Ullbe University databases. GESIS database is the most important database of scientific journals for social sciences in Eastern Europe by Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences. EBSCO is the biggest American database of academic magazines for institutions and universities all over the world. Ullbe University database is the database, which encompasses the universities and scientific institutions from 187 countries from all over the world.
An author can publish only one paper in a magazine on a year basis. This means that the paper has got positive review from both reviewers and it is recommended for publishing.
Prof. Dr. Mirjana Radović-Marković