A journal dedicated to entrepreneurship that provides a scholarly forum for sharing useful and interesting theories, narratives, and interpretations of the antecedents, mechanisms, and/or consequences of entrepreneurship.
The journal aspires to deepen our understanding of the entrepreneurial phenomenon in its myriad of forms. The journal publishes entrepreneurship research from:
- the disciplines of economics, psychology, and sociology and welcomes research from other disciplines such as anthropology, geography, history, and so on,
- the functions of finance/accounting, management, marketing, and strategy and welcomes research from other functions such as operations, information technology, public policy, medicine, law, music, and so on, and
- the contexts of international and sustainability (environmental and social) and welcomes research from other contexts such as high uncertainty, dynamism, time pressured, emotional, and so on.
The editorial office of the Journal of Business Venturing is proudly located at the Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University; Bloomington, Indiana.