Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI) ([e] ISSN 2299-7326, [p] ISSN 2299-7075) is an interdisciplinary, double-blind peer-reviewed journal, emphasizing theoretical and empirical articles on entrepreneurship, management, and innovation. The journal is published both in PRINT  and ELECTRONIC (online first) formats. See our website:

JEMI is an interdisciplinary, focused on economics and management, journal that uniquely combines three thematic areas: i) entrepreneurship, including entrepreneurial process, entrepreneurial finance, and SME and entrepreneurship policy; ii) management, with an emphasis on knowledge management and network governance, as well as iii) innovation, comprising innovation economics, policy, and management. In this vein, the JEMI contributes to economics and management research, as well as business practice and policy in the closely related areas of new venture creation and growth, knowledge generation, retention, appropriation, transfer, and governance, as well as innovation processes and their economic impacts. In a nutshell, we regard our journal as addressing the interrelated research fields of entrepreneurial venturing and growth, knowledge management, and innovation economics and management. We also acknowledge the context of business venturing, knowledge and innovation, by linking these areas with such background topics as social context of entrepreneurship, environmental and energy issues, human resource migration,  or entrepreneurial finance.

JEMI is indexed by Web of Science Core Collection (Clarivate Analytics)

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JEMI is classified by NSD in the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers, being a part of the Nordic List as the scientific level 1.


There are no charges for having a paper published in JEMI.


This is an open-access journal, which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or their institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.


 The process for submitting papers is OPEN all year long.


The Entrepreneurship area of the Journal

The entrepreneurship area of the journal covers three major topics:

  • venture creation and small business,
  • the impact of entrepreneurship on economic growth including local and regional development,
  • entrepreneurial attitudes and motives.

We invite original papers of theoretical and empirical nature, rooted in the disciplines of economics, management, sociology, political science, and psychology. Interdisciplinary research is encouraged to assure a comprehensive approach to the topics discussed and to advance both theory and practice.

The Management area of the Journal

Management, as a thematic scope of the journal, focuses on theoretical and empirical considerations of various areas, such as:

  • strategic management,
  • operation or production management,
  • human resource management,
  • information and management.

We welcome articles interpreting contemporary management problems, new methods and management tools, new forms of organization and management, new threats in management, or new challenges in the organization's environment.

The Innovation area of the Journal

The innovation area of the Journal's focus emphasizes a broad range of topics and approaches, including (but not limited to):

  • empirical studies on within-organization innovation management, viewed from various perspectives (organizational behavior, psychology of creativity, organizational structures, styles of leadership and team-building strategies, promoting creativity among employees),
  • the development, testing and application of heuristic methods of creative thinking in the context of management and entrepreneurship, with an emphasis on translating creativity into result-oriented innovative business projects,
  • profiles of innovative products, structures and processes, aimed at improving management practice and providing inspiration for entrepreneurs,
  • comparative analyses of national and regional policy or sector issues, such as R&D trends, patents, citations, etc.,
  • theoretical work on economic, organizational and scientific aspects of innovation, encouraging the search for inspiration from various disciplines, including natural sciences, the arts and humanities.

The Entrepreneurial Finance area of the Journal

The entrepreneur or entrepreneurial firm, the institutions providing finance to the entrepreneurs, and the different types of financial sources used by the entrepreneurial firms or investors. Among the areas of our special interests might be enumerated:

  • accounting and corporate finance,
  • financial market as a background for SME development,
  • entrepreneurial finance,
  • regulatory and supervisory aspects related to corporate finance.

We welcome articles covering all of the topics with both qualitative and quantitative approaches. Particularly welcomed will be the articles related to entrepreneurship in the European Union countries and the ways of financing SME enterprises in Europe.