Call for submissions: Cases on Technological Entrepreneurship
Edward Elgar Publishing
Techno-entrepreneurship has become a vibrant field for the past 20 years, at the intersection of entrepreneurship, technology management and innovation. As for other nascent research areas, most intellectual contributions have mixed conceptual and empirical discussions, drawing on primary data and examples. More recently, there has been a growing interest in case studies. It feeds the knowledge base in techno-entrepreneurship and corresponds entirely to the world we live in, where most entrepreneurial ventures rely on technologies.
This handbook aims to offer practical contributions to technological entrepreneurship, informing the research agenda and directly usable by educators in courses on technological entrepreneurship, innovation, technology management, or strategic management. Each contribution will be double-blind peer-reviewed.
Scope: any organizational/strategic case in the domain of techno-entrepreneurship.
Length: 5-8000 words, excluding figures, tables, appendixes and references.
Style: it must be written as a case study depicting the situation of an organization.
Teaching note: a 1000 words max. note must be attached to present the main objectives of the case, the main questions, and the main findings/salient points.
Referencing style: Harvard referencing style.
September 30th, 2021: Deadline for the submission of the draft
October-December 2021: peer-review and notification of acceptance or revision
January-Mars 2022: final revisions and acceptance
September 2022: Tentative publication date by Edward Elgar Publishing
Please submit your contributions and any queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org