The best journals of Entrepreneurship will publish the original work of researchers having significant number of references. The management journal includes a various range of fields. The Entrepreneurship best journal is distinct in the presentation of the article, research area, new technologies, new innovations and new disciplines of Entrepreneurship.
The Journals articles may rank the journal as a best journal of the related discipline. In Entrepreneurship journal the articles with recent discoveries increase the scope of the journal. The citations of the article also rate the journal rank to be best. The entrepreneurship means establishing a new business firm or developing an existing business firm which is majored with various departments like accounting, management, administration, sales and marketing. The best journals of Entrepreneurship concentrate on the scope of the present scenario, development of sick companies and good administration strategies for business development.
Small business entrepreneurship has been seen as a hub in generating income for the majority of urban dwellers with no formal paid employment. In Nigeria, entry into small business entrepreneurship is usually not seen as a problem. One can start small business of any time and in any place. The development of this informal sector has been profoundly characterized by two parallel phenomenons. One is the increasing politicization effort encouraging people to engage in small and medium entrepreneurship. This has led to the proliferation and mushrooming of small business, most of which are in the form of petty trading. The second is the parallel increase in events suggesting prevalence of crime and bureaucratic hurdles which affect the growth of small businesses. This study identifies the role of entrepreneurial activities in Nigeria and proposes set of specific interventions that Nigerian governments may initiate to stimulate entrepreneurship (The Effects of Selected Socio-Economic Variables on the Entrepreneurship Performance in Nigeria Economy - Nathaniel C Ozigbo)
Last date updated on April, 2021