Female Entrepreneurship in Asia

Asian Business & Management is pleased to present this special issue call for papers for a special issue on female entrepreneurship in Asia. Both qualitative and quantitative methodological approaches and research designs are welcome. Empirical papers are encouraged.

Possible research questions that would suit this special issue include, but are not limited to the following:

• What is the role of women in entrepreneurship in Asia? How best to explore and study it?
• How does female entrepreneurship in emerging economies differ from those which are better developed?
• How might entrepreneurship change women’s roles to improve society and promote Asia’s economic development?


Read the full Call for Papers here

Guest Editors:

Jie Wu, University of Macau

Steven Si, Zhejiang University

Chunhua Chen, Peking University

Julio de Castro, IE University


Submission deadline: November 15, 2018
For enquiries, please contact Jie Wu at jiewu@umac.mo.

Submissions via https://www.editorialmanager.com/jabm/. To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified as being submitted for this special issue, please select ‘SI: Female Entrepreneurship’ when you reach the “Article Type” step in the online submission process.

Entrepreneurship in Asia

Asian Business & Management is pleased to present this special issue call for papers for a special issue on entrepreneurship in Asia.
This special issue will expand scholarly understanding of the nature of entrepreneurship in Asian economies, documents its antecedents and consequences, and provide first-hand information about Asian entrepreneurship in practice. Contributions which develop theories potentially useful in future research will also be welcome. Qualitative and/or quantitative methodologies and novel theoretical lenses are encouraged.

Possible research questions that would suit this special issue include, but are not limited to the following:

  • What are the impacts of formal and informal institutions on entrepreneurship?
  • How does entrepreneurship encourage Asian citizens toward responsible behavior?
  • How does entrepreneurship correct market failures? Does it help to remove counterproductive subsidies, and/or support important public infrastructure?


Read the full Call for Papers here

Guest Editors:

Jie Wu, University of Macau

Steven Si, Zhejiang University

John Cullen, Washington State University

Kathryn Rudie Harrigan, Columbia Business School


Submission deadline: July 31, 2019
For enquiries, please contact Jie Wu at jiewu@umac.mo or sixiaofu@zju.edu.cn.

Submissions via https://www.editorialmanager.com/jabm/. To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified as being submitted for this special issue, please select ‘SI: Entrepreneurship in Asia’ when you reach the “Article Type” step in the online submission process.