- Industry perspectives on high-tech new venture creation and development
- Product development for high-tech ventures, university technology transfers
- Geographical/regional perspectives, analysis of country/regional context from the perspective of high-tech firms
- Corporate venturing, alliances in growth-oriented high-tech industries
- Family business development in technology-intensive environments
- Innovation issues, including financing; venture capital
- Marketing high-tech products and services, commercialization of high-tech ventures
- Human resources management of high-skilled labour, workforce creativity
- Creative industries
- Managing technological innovations, protection of intellectual assets
- Social media, social innovation, technology for society
- Business incubators, accelerators, types of entrepreneurs in high-tech companies
- Historical development of technologies and entrepreneurship, future technologies
- Policy papers on technoentrepreneurship, measuring impact of technologies
- National/international institutions
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The objective of IJTE is to provide a platform of exchange for academics, researchers, managers and policy makers interested in the issues faced by entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in fast-pacing technology intensive activities. The international dimension is now compulsory in the growing global technological world from Silicon Valley to Bangalore, from Helsinki to China...Readership
IJTE provides a vehicle to help academics, researchers, policy makers and professionals working in the field of development of high-tech activities at the business, industry, regional and international levels to disseminate and share valuable information.
IJTE publishes original papers, case studies, book reviews, interviews with eminent scholars or practitioners. We particularly would like to encourage PhD students and practitioners to submit their work and join the ecosystem of experts or experts-to-be in the field of entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in technology intensive businesses. Special issues devoted to important topics in Technoentrepeneurship will occasionally be published.
As the Editorial Board, we would like to encourage you to consider the journal not only as an academic outlet for research but also as a platform to increase the knowledge in the field by offering a wide-range of possibilities, including:
- enabling groups of researchers to share their research data
- sharing interviews with "high-tech" entrepreneurs
- showing the impact of the research for business, society and entrepreneurs
- offering a series of "technical notes" that will introduce a specific technology tool for entrepreneurs
- informing about books that deserve attention
- introducing a macro review of technologies and countries.
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IJTE is indexed in:
IJTE is listed in:
- Thérin, François, De Vinci Business School/Ecole de Management Leonard de Vinci, France
Editor in Chief
- Cetindamar, Dilek, Sabanci University, Turkey
Regional Editor Africa
- Van Der Lingen, Elma, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Regional Editor Asia
- Kajikawa, Yuya, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Regional Editor Europe
- Blanco, Sylvie, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
Regional Editor USA
- Gupta, Vishal K., University of Alabama, USA
Editorial Board Members
- Bakir, Nuran Acur, University of Strathclyde, UK
- De Kervenoael, Ronan Jouan, Sabanci University, Turkey
- Del-Aguila-Obra, Ana Rosa, University of Malaga, Spain
- Fontes, Margarida, Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia, I.P., Portugal
- Geringer, J. Michael, Ohio University, USA
- Isabelle, Diane A., Carleton University, Canada
- Katz, Jerome A., Saint Louis University, USA
- Manral, Lalit, University of Central Oklahoma, USA
- Martin De Holan, Pablo, EMLYON, France
- Parhankangas, Annaleena, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
- Sohn, So Young, Yonsei University, South Korea
- Surie, Gita, University of Pennsylvania, USA
- Willoughby, Kelvin, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russian Federation
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