Sophie Manigart appointed associate editor of ‘Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice’

Sophie Manigart, Vlerick Professor of Corporate Finance, has recently been appointed as associate editor of the A* journal ‘Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. This is the official journal of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship and it is ranked among the top business journals by the Financial Times.

Sophie Manigart: “It’s a great honour to be part of the team of editors of this leading academic journal in the field of entrepreneurship. In this position, and with the help of reviewers, I will decide on which papers will be published. I’m excited being able to help shape the future research to be published in this journal and, by this, to shape our thinking about this field.

Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (ET&P) is a leading scholarly journal in the field of entrepreneurship studies. The journal's mission is to publish original papers which contribute to the advancement of the field of entrepreneurship. ET&P publishes conceptual and empirical articles of interest to scholars, consultants, and public policy makers. Most issues also feature a teaching case.

Article topics include, but are not limited to:

  • National and International Studies of Enterprise Creation
  • Small Business Management
  • Family-Owned Businesses
  • Minority Issues in Small Business and Entrepreneurship
  • New Venture Creation
  • Research Methods
  • Venture Financing
  • Corporate and Non-Profit Entrepreneurship

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