- Table of content
- Editorial Board
- Review Process
- Author Guidelines
- Manuscript Publication Charges
- Indexing and Abstracting
- Management Participation Programmes for German Target Companies—Current Developments of Fiscal Treatment in Germany
- Opportunities and Obstacles for Information Technology Start-Ups in Europe: A Comparison between Germany and Latvia
- Immigrant Entrepreneurs : A Stimulus for the Export Economy?
- A Study of Suicide Mortality in Turkey (2002-2011)
- Export between the Poles Globalisation and Regionalisation-using the Case of the Austrian District Burgenland
- Social and Environmental Impacts of Development on Rural Traditional Arctic Communities: Focus on Northern Sweden and the Sami
- Investments and Divestments of Intangibles in an Open Innovation Context
- From Business Cluster to Business-Attracting Hub: Territorial Governance in Search of a Foundation the Exemplary Nature of Corsica
- The Portrait of Persistent Innovators in Greece
- Responsible Business: The European Union is Driving Forward the European Strategies on Corporate Social Responsibility
- New Food Development in the Age of Crisis Experiences from Italy and Romania
- The Geography of Innovation in Greece
- European Union: New Risks from the Actual Globalization
- Effects of Climate Change on Agricultural Trade Capability in the European Food Market
Tobias Stiegler, Klaus Singer, Axel Ulrich Wiesener and Aykut Bussian
Volume 2018, Article ID 582169, Journal of EU Research in Business, 10 pages
Pierre G. Keller
Volume 2017, Article ID 422546, Journal of EU Research in Business, 16 pages
Doris Maria Granabetter
Volume 2017, Article ID 772828, Journal of EU Research in Business, 12 pages
Semra Günay Aktaş and Yeliz Mert Kantar
Volume (2016), Article ID 864344, Journal of EU Research in Business, 16 pages
Doris Maria Granabetter
Volume 2016 (2016), Article ID 900383, Journal of EU Research in Business, 6 pages
Sonja H. Bickford, Jon-Eric Krans and Nate Bickford
Volume 2016 (2016), Article ID 854073, Journal of EU Research in Business, 11 pages
Francesca Michelino, Emilia Lamberti, Antonello Cammarano and Mauro Caputo
Volume 2015 (2015), Article ID 697043, Journal of EU Research in Business, 12 pages
Christophe Storaï and Christian Cristofari
Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 217417, Journal of EU Research in Business, 7 pages
Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 447065, Journal of EU Research in Business, 9 pages
Alptekin Erkollar and BJ Oberer
Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 360374, Journal of EU Research in Business, 15 pages
Codrin Chiru and Lina Chiru
Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 867951, Journal of EU Research in Business, 10 pages
Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 309428, Journal of EU Research in Business, 11 pages
J. Adrian Ivorra, J. Manuel Bonilla, Francisco J. Brotons and Ãngel Grediaga
Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 632905, Journal of EU Research in Business, 7 pages
E. Nur Ozkan-Gunay and Halit Fedai
Volume 2011 (2011), Article ID 949944, Journal of EU Research in Business, 21 pages
Karol Molnár, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
Laurence Lecoeuvre, SKEMA Business School, France
Julio Jiménez, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
Sophia Anastasiou, T.E.I of Central Greece, Greece
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|Book Review||US $195|
|Project Reference List||US $195|
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