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Vol. 6 No. 2 (2023): Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Resilience
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Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Resilience (JEBR) is dedicated to fostering research, analysis and study concerning the Entrepreneurship and Business Resilience. The Journal accepts papers written by Proffesors, young researchers and PhD students in order to better involve them in academic publishing.


Due to alterations in the editorial policy of the Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Resilience (JEBR), the following changes will be applied:

For all manuscripts (once accepted after peer review) submitted on or after 1 Nowember 2022, while the deadline for doctoral students is 1 June 2023, an article processing charge (APC) will be waived. The APC is:

  • 12.000 Serbian Dinars for the Authors from Serbia,
  • 100 Euros for Foreign Authors,
  • 6.000 Serbian Dinars for the Authors on PhD studies from Serbia.

JEBR was founded in 2018 by professor Mirjana Radović-Marković, PhD. Faculty of Economics and Engineering Management in Novi Sad has published the Journal since 2018. Entrepreneurship and economic resilience are two seemingly different issues which are inherently connected. Economic resilience is an emerging field which has been applied to study economic performance and responsiveness to external shocks in different regions. Shocks such as financial crisis which have been faced by entrepreneurial actions in the economic history of the regions; however, the entrepreneurship-economic resilience nexus is recently drawing the attention of scholars and policy makers. This approach, more specifically, could pave the way for those societies which are following economic resilience policies to handle their economic issues.

Since 2022., the journal has listed within the reference list of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Serbia (code M52).

Objective and Mission: The main objective of the journal is to fill the existing knowledge gap within the fields of entrepreneurship and economic resilience. In spite of the raising interest in this field, there are very few sources of research for this subject, especially in the field of entrepreneurship-economic resilience nexus.