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Published quarterly, this journal provides a worldwide forum for the exploration and dissemination of ideas and experience relating to the development and application of entrepreneurship. IJEI is interdisciplinary, publishing the highest-quality work in business and management and in the social sciences. Authors and readers are drawn from government, industry and universities. It has particular appeal to researchers and teachers in higher education, especially in business schools, and university departments of management, sociology and psychology.

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Volume 8, Number 2, May 2007

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The interrelationships between entrepreneurship and religion
pp. 93-104(12)
Authors: Dodd, Sarah Drakopoulou; Gotsis, George

Expert capital and perceived legitimacy: Female-run entrepreneurial venture signalling and performance
pp. 127-138(12)
Authors: Murphy, Patrick J.; Kickul, Jill; Barbosa, Saulo D.; Titus, Lindsay

Indian female entrepreneurs as catalysts for economic growth and development
pp. 139-148(10)
Authors: Ghosh, Piyali; Cheruvalath, Reena

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Internet Review

Entrepreneurs: who are they . . . what have they done?
pp. 155-156(2)
Author: Conway, Clifford

Book Reviews

Book Reviews
pp. 157-159(3)

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