Scholarly Research about the Financial Economics of Entrepreneurship & Small BusinessThe Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance (JEF) was established in 1991 and is a premier source of academic research related to small business finance and entrepreneurship. The journal's audience, both as authors and as readers, includes academicians and practitioners in the field everywhere. Relevance, originality, rigor, timeliness, and quality are among the key criteria used for making decisions on submitted manuscripts.
The JEF publishes both print and digital editions. There is neither a submission fee nor a publishing fee. To ensure maximum impact and reach, the journal is indexed in Digital Commons, ProQuest, EconPapers, EconStor, RePEc, as well as other indices and repositories.
The Co-Editors of the Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance are Craig R. Everett of Pepperdine University and James C. Brau of Brigham Young University.
NOTE: The editorial team for JEF are currently updating volumes 18 and 19 to reflect proper formatting. Your patience is greatly appreciated.
Current Issue: Volume 19, Issue 1: Spring 2017
Start-up Funding via Equity Crowdfunding in Germany – A Qualitative Analysis of Success Factors
Martin Angerer, Alexander Brem, Sascha Kraus, and Andreas Peter
When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going
Antti Fredriksson, Daniela Maresch, Matthias Fink, and Andrea Moro
The Evolution of Financing Structure in U.S. Startups
Carmen Cotei and Joseph Farhat
Why Trade Credit Financing is More Important than Developing Large Customer Relationships for Video Game Suppliers
Jocelyn D. Evans and Dominique G. Outlaw
Turkish SMEs’ Use of Financial Statements for Decision Making
Howard E. Vanauken, Semra Ascigil, and Shawn Carraher
Corporate or Network Governance? The case of the Italian Productive Chains and their scaffolding finance approach.
Guido Max Mantovani and Teresa Guidone