Author Guidelines


1.    Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management is a refereed journal aiming to publish original articles in the subjects specified in scope of the entrepreneurship and innovation. The journal to be published twice a year will include theoretical, cognitive and applied studies in the field. Each paper is reviewed by the editor or co-editor and, if it is judged suitable for this publication, it is then sent to two referees for double blind peer review. Based on their recommendations, the editor then decides whether the paper should be accepted as is, revised or rejected.

2.    The language of manuscripts which are sent to the Journal should be in English or Turkish. Submissions to Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management are sent to bilgi@betadergi.com or serdal.temel@betadergi.com

3.    Manuscripts to be sent for publication should not be in evaluation process of any other journal at the same time and should not have been accepted for publication in any other journals and published.

4.    Information including the name and surname, title, corporation, e-mail and contact addresses of author/s should be sent as a separate page under the title of “identity and contact information” together with the articles to be sent for publications.

5.    Article texts to be sent in Turkish should include their titles both in Turkish and English abstracts not exceeding 120 words both in Turkish and English and maximum 5 keywords both in Turkish and English. Identity information of author/s should not be included in the article text.

6.    Manuscripts to be sent to the journal should be written on a A4 paper, in Times New Roman, with 12-point size font and 1.5 line space and not exceed 20 pages including the text, tables and figures, references and annexes.

7.    Title of the article should be right-justified, 14 point and bold and only the first letters should be written in capitals.

8.    The whole text should be justified with 12 nk space between paragraphs and there should be not left indent including titles and the text. Manuscripts to be sent should have the following page margins:

Top              : 5 cm

Left              : 3.5 cm

Bottom         : 5 cm

Right            : 3.5 cm

9.    For intertextual references, the system named Harvard method in which author’s name, date and page numbers are specified should be preferred (Clegg, 1997:53). In references to the sources having more than two authors, first author’s surname and the expression “et al.” should be used (Morgan et al., 1994). If there are more than two sources in the same parenthesis, such sources should be separated with ";" mark (Hassard and Parket, 1994; Boje, 1996).

10. Tables, figures, graphics, maps etc. should also be placed by being centered in the text in a way not to exceed these sizes or, when necessary, should be placed in chapter of annexes–in the end of the text- just before the references.

11. All figures and graphics in the text should be named and enumerated with serial numbers (Figure 1) in themselves and these numbers should be specified under the figure or graphic and tables should be named and enumerated in themselves with serial numbers to be specified on the table. Titles of tables, graphics and figures should be justified and written in bold and only the first letters should be in capitals.

12. Sources of tables, figures and graphics, if available, should be stated just under these tables, figures and graphics in accordance with the intertextual reference rules. Mathematical and statistical symbols should be prepared with Microsoft Office equation editor.

13. References should be listed in alphabetical order according to the authors’ surnames in the end of the article. Only the works used in the article should be included in the references and references should be prepared in accordance with the sample given below.

Books

14. Torlak, Ömer ve Remzi Altunışık (2012), Pazarlama Stratejileri Yönetsel Bir Yaklaşım, İstanbul: Beta Yayınları.

15. Uzkurt, Cevahir (2008), Yenilik Yönetimi ve Yenilikçi Örgüt Kültürü, İstanbul: Beta Yayınları

16. Chesbrough, Henry (2003), Open Innovation: The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology, Boston: Harvard Business School Press

Articles

17. Temel, S., Victor Scholten, Cengiz Akdeniz, Frances Fortuin, Onno Omta (2013), “University-Industry Collaboration in Turkish SMEs: Investigation of an U-shaped relationship”, The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 14(2), 103-115.

18. Uzkurt, C., Rachna Kumar, Halil Semih Kimzan, Hanife Sert (2012), “The Impact of Environmental Uncertainty Dimensions On Organizational Innovativeness: An Empirical Study on SMEs” International Journal of Innovation Management, 16(2) , doi: 10.1142/S1363919611003647 

Internet Sources

Internet Sources with Identified Authors

Tınç, Lütfü (2008), "Kapalıçarşı'dan Beyoğlu mağazalarına... Osmanlı'nın alışveriş mekânları ", http://www.thegate.com.tr/?sid=5d6bc63fa883d5484e1587d9ac4018f4&subid=470, (Access: 22.01.2009).
Blecher, George (2004), "Ye Kürküm Ye Deyişinden Veblen’in Gösterişçi Kuramı’na", http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2004-07-22-blecher-tr.html, Tr. Osman Deniztekin, (Access: 22.01.2009).

Internet Sources with Unidentified Authors

"Bugün ve yarın kredi kartı boykotu var!", 21.06.2007, http://www.memurlar.net/haber/79440/,  (Access: 22.01.2009).
http://www.rok.org.tr

Articles written in the specified format should be sent to the following adress via e-mail.

bilgi@betadergi.com or serdal.temel@betadergi.com