We are happy to announce our call for papers for the special issue titled "How do entrepreneurs influence their social environment? New Psychological Perspectives" in Applied Psychology: International Review.
Special Issue description and aim
Over the past couple of decades, entrepreneurship research from a psychological perspective has gained prominence in the multidisciplinary field of entrepreneurial performance. An emerging topic that has received relatively limited attention to date is how entrepreneurs' characteristics, actions, and experiences potentially impact their stakeholders' well-being and functioning, which we believe is a rich and intriguing field of investigation. With this special issue, we encourage scholars to investigate the interactions between entrepreneurs and their social environment from a multilevel and temporal perspective, such as cross-level interactions that shed light on contingencies and boundary conditions of certain relationships, or to research paths that may have differential effects in the short or the long term.
Click here for a more detailed description and call for papers.
Marjan Gorgievski, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the NetherlandsAntje Schmitt, University of Groningen, the NetherlandsSílvia Fernandes Costa, University of Groningen, the NetherlandsSafal Batra, Indian Institute of Management Kashipur, India
We look forward to your submissions.
Full link to the call for papers: https://iaap-journals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/14640597/homepage/call_for_papers?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=pmd_lUcUUz5mxCFOhBXacUQZS2GFU3W8gKbkLWFzFmHcUnw-1634292921-0-gqNtZGzNAiWjcnBszQ29
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