Entrepreneurship group journal's objective is to provide a forum for the discussion and dissemination of computational and analytical methods in Entrepreneurship. It also carries a prestigious selection of top quality, refereed articles with the emphasis on new methods and techniques, as well as the application of existing techniques in a novel way. While some contributions have immediate relevance to particular administration problems, others form a basis for further developments in the area of study.
The main emphasis of articles should be on methods and new techniques, or the application of existing techniques in a novel way. Whilst papers with immediate application to particular problems are welcome, so too are papers that form a basis for further development in the area of study.
A popular forced-choice measure of personality that has been widely used in organizational settings is the Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ). The OPQ is a multidimensional personality measure, tapping 32 personality traits that may be grouped under the Big Five personality model.
Last date updated on July, 2014