Another important benefit of a SEAANZ membership is that it provides you with access to five high quality academic journals worth around AUD $1,523.38 for individuals and $4,492.89 for institutions. This will provide members with up to 24 issues across all five journals throughout the year.
SEAANZ membership also provides you with access to substantial discounts off the price of Routledge Taylor & Francis books, plus receipt of our quarterly newsletter and other resources.
Annual subscription to the Journal of Small Business Management
The Journal of Small Business Management (JSBM) is the official journal of the International Council for Small Business (ICSB). Founded in 1962 and published by Wiley-Blackwell, JSBM is one of the oldest and most respected academic journals within the field of small business research. The JSBM is recognised as a primary instrument for projecting and supporting the goals and objectives of both the ICSB and its affiliated organisations, which include scholarly research and the free exchange of ideas. The journal, which is circulated in 60 countries around the world, is a leader in the field of small business research. JSBM generally publishes four issues a year and has around eight papers in each issue. Membership will allow you to receive the journal in both hard copy and to access the journal via its website. This is a significant benefit of your SEAANZ membership because an annual personal subscription to JSBM is currently valued at AUD $120.60, while institutional annual subscriptions for print and online access cost AUD $481.19. By taking out an annual membership to SEAANZ you will be saving a significant amount off the price of this journal.
Annual subscription to Small Enterprise Research, the Journal of SEAANZ
Small Enterprise Research (SER) is the official journal of SEAANZ. Founded in 1992 SER is an international, scholarly peer reviewed journal with a particular focus on small business and entrepreneurship within the Australasian and Asia Pacific region. It is specifically targeted at practitioner, analytical and theoretical insights into small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) including entrepreneurial firms. In 2012 the journal was placed online via eContent Publishing and from 1 January 2015 the journal is being published by Routledge Taylor & Francis, one of the world's largest academic publishers. This will help the journal's longer term development as this provides enhanced marketing and support. SER publishes three issues a year and contains academic articles, book reviews, information for business advisors, and occasional case studies. An individual annual subscription to SER costs AUD $362.00, while an institutional annual subscription will cost AUD $794.00 for both print and online access. By taking out an annual membership to SEAANZ you will be saving a significant amount off the price of this journal.
Annual subscription to Entrepreneurship & Regional Development
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development (ERD) addresses the central factors in economic development, specifically entrepreneurial vitality and innovation, as local and regional phenomena. It is a multi-disciplinary publication for researchers and practitioners in the field of entrepreneurship and small business development, and for those interested in studying and developing the local and regional context in which entrepreneurs emerge, innovate and establish the new economic activities which drive economic growth and create new economic wealth and employment. The journal focuses on the diverse and complex characteristics of local and regional economies which lead to entrepreneurial vitality and endow the large and small firms within them with international competitiveness. ERD currently publishes 10 issues a year. An individual annual subscription to ERD currently costs AUD $675.93, and for institutional subscribers AUD $1,577.18. By taking out an annual membership to SEAANZ you will be saving a significant amount off the price of this journal.
Annual subscription to the Journal of Social Entrepreneurship
The vision of the Journal of Social Entrepreneurship (JSE) is to be a high quality, multidisciplinary publication that embraces and encourages work on social entrepreneurship from a range of scholarly perspectives beyond business and management and accepts that social entrepreneurship has much to offer the third and public sectors. The Journal is not prescriptive with respect to methodology, accepting qualitative and quantitative work equally on merit. However, in order to build the academic credibility of social entrepreneurship, there is currently a need to move away from both descriptive case studies and individual 'hero' accounts of social entrepreneurs, so the Journal actively supports both theory-inflected work and broader empirical studies. JSE currently publishes 3 issues a year. An individual annual subscription to JSE currently costs AUD $110.75, and for institutional subscribers AUD $455.12 for print and online access. By taking out an annual membership to SEAANZ you will be saving a significant amount off the price of this journal.
Annual subscription to Venture Capital
The journal Venture Capital (VC) is an international journal of entrepreneurial finance that brings together research on entrepreneurial finance undertaken by academics from different disciplines and conducted from various methodological and philosophical standpoints and using a variety of research methods. It is a forum for communication between academic researchers, venture capital practitioners and policy-makers that raises the knowledge of venture capital activity and other types of entrepreneurial finance on a global basis. Its coverage is international, focusing not only on established financial capital markets such as the USA and the European Union, but also on emerging markets. VC currently publishes 4 issues a year. An individual annual subscription to VC currently costs AUD $254.10, and for institutional subscribers AUD $1,185.40 for print and online access. By taking out an annual membership to SEAANZ you will be saving a significant amount off the price of this journal.