Call for Papers (2019)

The Small Business Institute Journal (www.sbij.org) is accepting papers for Volume 15 (2019) and Volume 16 (2020) issues.  SBIJ is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal listed in Cabell’s and indexed on Google Scholar.  There are no fees to submit, publish, or access SBIJ articles. 

We seek conceptual, empirical, or pedagogical papers examining the practice, or teaching, of small business, family business, or entrepreneurship issues.  Small business research is interdisciplinary by nature and our submissions are open to practitioners of all business disciplines.

SBIJ Papers

  • Conceptually develop theory or empirically test theory pertaining to the founding, running, or transference of small business.
  • Guide educators on the development of courses, curriculum, programs, or teaching cases for small business, family business, or entrepreneurship issues.
  • Present guidance, grounded in theory and law, for practitioners of small business.

Editorial Team

Editor

Troy A. Voelker, Ph.D.

University of Houston Clear Lake

 

Associate Editors

Vanessa Johnson, esq.

Dorothy Kirkman, Ph.D.

Clifton O. Mayfield, Ph.D.

Doug Steel, Ph.D.

University of Houston Clear Lake

 

Lynn Hoffman, Ph.D.

Metropolitan State University

 

Jeffrey Shields, Ph.D.

University of North Carolina Asheville

Editorial Board

John Aaron

Middle Tennessee State University

 

Joe Bell

University of Arkansas, Little Rock

 

John Batchelor

University of West Florida

 

Denise Cumberland

University of Louisville

 

Whitney Peake

Western Kentucky University

 

Michael Harris

East Carolina University

 

William McDowell

Bradley University

 

If you are interested in small business research, please visit the journal at www.sbij.org.

We are also seeking reviewers!