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Submission opens May 30 for the Applied Psychology special issue: How do entrepreneurs influence their social environment? New Psychological Perspectives

  • 1.  Submission opens May 30 for the Applied Psychology special issue: How do entrepreneurs influence their social environment? New Psychological Perspectives

    Posted 23 days ago
    Dear colleagues,

    This is a reminder that the submission for the Applied Psychology Special Issue: How do entrepreneurs influence their social environment? New Psychological Perspectives, will be open from May 30 until September 30, 2022. 


    This special issue uses a loose definition of entrepreneurs as an umbrella term for people who own and manage a business. For the specific contributions, authors are expected to specify their sample. The social environment may include entrepreneurs' proximal environment, such as their employees, management teams, entrepreneurial team members, and individuals in entrepreneurs' personal social sphere. It may also include entrepreneurs' institutional environments, such as stakeholders, suppliers, customers, or financers.

    We welcome various submission types, including experiments, intervention studies, experience sampling study designs, experimental vignette studies, longitudinal studies, qualitative/mixed methodologies, systematic literature reviews, and conceptual papers. We especially hope to attract manuscripts that investigate the interactions between entrepreneurs and their social environment from a multilevel and temporal perspective. Examples are cross-level interactions that shed light on contingencies and boundary conditions of certain relationships, or studies that research differential effects in the short term versus the long term.


    For more detailed information, see the Special issue call for papers
    In case you have questions, mail us at apir.entrepreneur@gmail.com.

    We look forward to your submissions.

    Special Issue to the guest editors: Dr Marjan Gorgievski, Dr. Antje Schmitt, Dr Sílvia Costa and Dr. Safal Batra.



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    Marjan Gorgievski
    Department of Work and Organisational Psychology
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    Rotterdam Netherlands
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