The need to understand determinants, processes and consequences of sustainable entrepreneurial action has spiked in recent years. Despite the conceptual abundance, our capability of actually explaining why and how things occur when someone pursues sustainability venture opportunities is limited. In advancing sustainable entrepreneurship research, we not only have to address issues related to boundary definition, but also further substantive work is required; one that draws on extant research and beyond, and provides a strong basis upon which we can build valid and reliable foundations for the field.
This special issue seeks to contribute to this emergent field by collecting rigorous, relevant, and novel empirical studies, and by addressing gaps in literature at the individual, organizational and contextual levels.
The deadline for submissions is 01 December 2015.
The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research (IJEBR) has a unique focus on publishing original research related to the human and social dynamics of entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurial management in small and growing organizations.
Please send questions / Inquiries to the guest editors:
Katerina Nicolopoulou, Strathclyde Business School, Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank Janssen, Université Catholique de Louvain, email@example.com
Pablo Muñoz, University of Leeds, Sustainability Research Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kai Hockerts, Copenhagen Business School, email@example.com