The Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, founded in 2007, is targeted at publishing the most influential managerially-oriented entrepreneurship research in the world. It is a research journal that publishes original work recommended by a developmental, double-blind review process conducted by peer scholars. Strategic entrepreneurship involves innovation and subsequent changes which add value to society and which change societal life in ways that have significant, sustainable, and durable consequences.
JCR “immediacy” score of 0.682 in 2017 (#3 among entrepreneurship journals in the JCR “Business” and “Management” lists).
Rated as an A journal in the 2015 VHB German ranking; listed as a "4" journal ("most original and best executed research") in 2015 by the Association of Business Schools (UK); added to the Financial Times list of top journals, 2016.
During 2017, nearly 1,000 different scholars based in more than 50 countries submitted articles to SEJ.
Beware of Forged Acceptance Letters
The Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal does not charge an acceptance fee for papers. Any letter that appears to be from a Co-Editor of an SMS journal promising a manuscript's acceptance in exchange for money has been forged. All legitimate correspondence related to the review and acceptance of the paper will reference the manuscript number assigned by the submission system, ScholarOne.
SMS Journal App
We are excited to announce the release of an SMS Journal App! Members can access SMS Journal articles on iOS and Android devices using this new app. Visit your app store to download the app and learn more about its many features. Click here for more details about the App.
Inclusion in the ISI and the Web of Science
Thomson-Reuters has approved the SEJ's inclusion in the ISI and the Web of Science, retroactive to the 2007 volume. The inclusion of the SEJ in the Web of Science catalog ensures that authors and institutions have available the appropriate tools for assessing the quality of research published in the SEJ.
SEJ Video Abstract: Founder–inventors and their investors
Video abstract for an SEJ Special Issue article authored by Carolin Häussler, Maria Hennicke, and Elisabeth Mueller.