New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: FALL UPDATE

New England Journal of Entrepreneurship

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New England Journal of Entrepreneurship (NEJE) has announced a new editorial board in September 2020.

NEJE has successfully invited 28 new board members to join as Editor-in-Chief, Editorial Advisory Board, Associate Editor, and Editorial Review Board. The official term for the new editorial board is three years and they will participate in the peer-review, special issues, and setting the direction of the journal based on their expertise in the entrepreneurship field. A complete list of the new board members is updated on the journal’s website (

The main goal of NEJE is to publish original papers that advance research in the field of entrepreneurship. NEJE was established in 1998 as an open-access journal fully sponsored by the Jack Welch College of Business and Technology at Sacred Heart University. Based on the generous funding from Sacred Heart University, NEJE sponsors the Academy of Management (AOM) Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of International Business (AIB) US Northeast Chapter, and Eastern AOM every year. NEJE is indexed by Cabell's Directories and ranked by the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List.

“With major league scholars on the team, it will be the beginning of a new era for NEJE. We have an ambitious goal of promoting NEJE as a widely recognized entrepreneurship journal. We know the landscape is very competitive and that our reputation has a long path to travel. However, we are ready to tackle the bar starting with 3-year strategic planning,” said Andres Felipe Cortes, an Assistant Professor at the Jack Welch College of Business and Technology, Sacred Heart University. Felipe has served as an Editor-in-Chief since January 2020 and will continue his term with newly joined board members.

“It is a great honor to join NEJE as an Editor-in-Chief, and I am excited to be a part of initiatives for the next chapter. With our solid impact factor and 22 years of history, we believe our strategic plans would help us establish a better position over time. Currently, we are discussing the directions for special issues and invited papers, the application for the index in SSCI, and the launch of new types of articles such as practitioner and research notes,” said Younggeun Lee, an Assistant Professor at the College of Business and Economics, California State University, Los Angeles.

“I am excited to join the Editorial Advisory Board of the NEJE along with renounced scholars in the field of Entrepreneurship. With its long history and strong editorial review board, the Journal has great potential to grow with the field,” said H. Dennis Park, an Associate Professor at the Naveen Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas.