|Entrepreneurship Research Guide
The UCI Libraries research guide for all aspects of entrepreneurial research. Built by Sara Heimann, the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Librarian.
Monthly magazine with articles, interviews, business profiles, financing, marketing, advertising and legislative news of note aimed at the small business owner or those planning to start a new or additional business.
The Journals tab lists the most important journals in the field of Entrepreneurship. The Find Journals search box lets you keyword search for other journal titles in the field.
Keyword search in the eBooks tab for titles on entrepreneurship. The UCI Libraries has many holdings on the subject.
Kauffman Foundation: Entrepreneurship
Analysis and data to further further understand the phenomenon of entrepreneurship, to advance entrepreneurship education and training efforts, to promote entrepreneurship-friendly policies, and to better facilitate the commercialization of new technologies by entrepreneurs and others.
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM)
Worldwide consortium of teams contributing to the largest ongoing study of entrepreneurial dynamics in the world.
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