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International Journal of Applied Entrepreneurship

The International Journal of Applied Entrepreneurship (IJAE) aims to publish high quality research based papers in the area of Entrepreneurship. It is primarily aimed at professionals, managers, academics, research staff and students in the public and private sectors.  This journal will examine the processes involved with enterprise in large organisations (intrapreneurship) and small and medium-sized enterprises (entrepreneurship). IJAE seeks to focus upon:

Considered examples being:

IJAE will afford appeal to professionals, managers, academic staff, postdoctoral researchers, research workers, and graduate students pursuing doctoral and masterís programmes. In addition, its applied basis will further proffer high level interest to policy makers and administrators in public and private sector enterprises, public and private sector enterprise and development professionals.

Feature Articles

E-Learning for EnterpriseStudies: the case of Enterprise College Wales
Paul Jones, Dr. Gary Packham and Dr. Christopher Miller

Volume: 2

Issue: 2

The Development of High-Technology SMEs in ASEAN
David Pollard and Iveta Simberova

Issue: 1

Optimising Learning in Enterprise Education
Dr. Christina Wai Mui Yu

A Study of Life-Situation Antecedence, Personality and Motivational Patterns of Small Scale Women Entrepreneurs
Dr. T. J. Kamalanabhan and Dr. V. Vijaya

Capitalising Knowledge and Leveraging Innovation: Toward an Integrative Linked Model
Dr. Andrew L S Goh, Ph.D.

Volume: 1

Issue: 3

Adoption of E-Business by Libyan Tourism Enterprises
Mokhtar Jwaili, Dr. Brychan Thomas and Dr. Said Al-Hasan

Corporate Social Responsibility and SMEs
Herbert Cohen, Simon Brooks, Christopher Miller and Brychan Thomas

The South Wales Heritage Tourism Industry and Small Industrial Museums
Simon Thomas and Dr. Brychan Thomas

A Correlation-Based Impact Analysis of Competence Utilization on Innovation Performance
Andrew L S Goh

Issue: 2

The Availability of Business and Incubator Premises for Under-Represented Groups in Wales
Marilia Angove and Dr. Brychan Thomas

The Competitiveness of SMEs in the Libyan Tourism Industry
Mokhtar A. Jwaili and Dr. Said Al-Hasan

The initiation of an E-community: the Glynneath Community project case study
Paul Davies, Paul Jones, Del Morgan and Dr. Paul Beynon-Davies

Pedagogical and Social Factors involved in Enterprise e-moderation and e-learning: the case of E-College Wales
Dr. Brychan Thomas, Paul Jones, Dr. Gary Packham and Dr. Christopher Miller

Issue: 1

New Heritage Tourism Business Formats for Small Museums and other sites in Wales
Simon Thomas and Dr. Brychan Thomas

The Role of SMEs in Marketing the Libyan Heritage/Tourism Industry
Mokhtar Jwaili and Dr. Said Al-Hasan

Internal and External Critical Success Factors involved with ‘Rural Regeneration Initiatives’ and their influence on Rural Agri SMEs
Adrian Sparkes and Robbie Williams

The Application ofInformation and Communication Technology (ICT) in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises(SMEs)
Karen Potter and Dr. David Pickernell

E-Learning for EnterpriseStudies: the case of Enterprise College Wales
Paul Jones, Dr. Gary Packham and Dr. Christopher Miller