The Entrepreneurship Journal is an scholarly open access journal which implies each of the content is freely on the market at no cost to the user. Users are allowed to scan, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the total texts of the articles during this journal while not asking previous permission from the publisher or the author. The entrepreneurship space of the journal covers the 3 major topics: venture creation and little business, the impact of entrepreneurship on economic process as well as native and regional development, and entrepreneurial attitudes and motives. We have a tendency to invite original papers of theoretical and empirical nature, frozen within the disciplines of social science, management, sociology, government, and scientific discipline.
Entrepreneurship is vitally important to the economic and social development for Nigeria. Through innovation, entrepreneurs create new competitive markets and businesses which lead to job creation and have a multiplying effect on the economy.
Entrepreneurship empowers citizens and is required to any emerging markets to move forward and successfully integrate into the global economy. Evidence has shown that the most competitive nations are those that have the highest level of entrepreneurship activities. Small and medium size businesses tend to be the greatest creators of wealth in emerging economies. In essence, entrepreneurship is critical for Nigeriaâs future. Today, Nigerian government is getting more involved in entrepreneurship development and encouraging youths to get involve in entrepreneurial activities (The Effects of Selected Socio-Economic Variables on the Entrepreneurship Performance in Nigeria Economy - Nathaniel C Ozigbo)
Last date updated on June, 2014