CALL FOR PAPERS: Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Sustainability in Natural Resource-Intensive Economies.
Keywords:call for papers, business practices, entrepreneurship, Resource-Intensive Economies
In facing the challenges of reducing detrimental environmental and societal impacts created by unsustainable business practices, the development of innovations and entrepreneurship for sustainability has gained special attention. They are recognized as the engine in the transformation of current business processes and key factors in creating sustainable prosperity (Hall et al. 2010).
• Final date for submissions: 1 September 2014
• Notification to author: Last Week of October 2014
• Online Publications: 3rd Week of November 2014.
Coenen, L., Benneworth, P. and Truffer, B., 2012. Toward a spatial perspective on sustainability transitions. Research Policy, 41(6), 968–979.
Hall, J., Daneke, G. and Lenox, M., 2010. Sustainable development and entrepreneurship: Past contributions and future directions. Journal of Business Venturing, 25(5), 439–448.
Shepherd, D.A. and Patzelt, H., 2011. The New Field of Sustainable Entrepreneurship: Studying Entrepreneurial Action Linking “What Is to Be Sustained” With ‘What Is to Be Developed’. Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 35(1), 137–163.
York, J.G. and Venkataraman, S., 2010. The entrepreneur–environment nexus: Uncertainty, innovation, and allocation. Journal of Business Venturing, 25(5), 449–463.
Young, W. and Tilley, F., 2006. Can businesses move beyond efficiency? The shift toward effectiveness and equity in the corporate sustainability debate. Business Strategy and the Environment, 15(6), 402–415.
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