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International Journal of Business Research and Management (IJBRM)
An International peer-review journal operated under CSC-OpenAccess Policy.
ISSN - 2180-2165
Published - Bi-Monthly   |   Established - 2010   |   Year of Publication - 2021

SUBMISSION
September 30, 2021

NOTIFICATION
October 31, 2021

PUBLICATION
November 2021

 
         
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CALL FOR PAPERS

 
Expected SUBMISSION Date
January 31, 2021
 
Expected NOTIFICATION Date
February 28, 2021
 
Expected PUBLICATION Date
March 31, 2021
 
 
 
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IJBRM SPECIAL ISSUE

Pragmatic solutions to reasonably assure the sustainability of small businesses in the 21st century (SIBRM2)
 
GUEST EDITORS
• Dr. Juan-Pierrι Bruwer (BruwerJP@cput.ac.za)
   Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa)
 
DETAILS
The socio-economic importance of small businesses cannot be underestimated. With 98% of all businesses the world being classified as small businesses [1], it makes sense as to why these entities conservatively contribute between 30% and 50% to the global Gross Domestic Product while simultaneously providing employment for a large proportion of the global workforce [2][3][4][5]. Unfortunately, research suggests that a large proportion of small businesses do not achieve their relevant objectives in their first three years of existence, resulting in their permanent closure. Hence, researchers are invited to share their insights on pragmatic solutions to reasonably assure the sustainability of small businesses, in the 21st century.

LIST OF TOPICS
A CALL FOR PAPERS is based on these possible (but not exclusively) themes including:

• Business Sustainability
• Small Businesses
• Sustainability
• Economic Sustainability
• Environmental Sustainability
• Social Sustainability

REFERENCES
[1] Ramadani, V., Memili, E., Palali?, R., & Chang, E. P. (2020). Nature of Family Business. In Entrepreneurial Family Businesses (pp. 1-28). Springer, Cham.
[2] Alsaaty, F. M., & Makhlouf, H. H. (2020). The Rise and Fall of Small Business Enterprises. Open Journal of Business and Management, 8(4), 1908-1916.
[3] Mdala, I. A., & Michael, P. (2019). Introduction to Management.
[4] Onyenego, O. L. (2018). Small Business Owners' Strategies for Success.
[5] Henriksen, L. (1999). Small firms and economic development: research, policy and practice. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 6(3), 215-218.
[6] Fergie, R., Hutchinson, K., & Magee, J. (2020, September). A Micro Business Leadership Development Framework. In Proceedings of BAM 2020 Conference in the Cloud. British Academy of Management.