Journal Description

Journal of Allied Research in Management and Entrepreneurship (JARME) is a reputable, peer-reviewed publication dedicated to advancing the fields of management and entrepreneurship through scholarly research and insightful contributions. The journal serves as a platform for researchers, scholars, practitioners, educators, and policymakers to share their insights, findings, and innovations in the dynamic realms of management and entrepreneurship.


Aim and Scope: The primary aim of the Journal of Allied Research in Management and Entrepreneurship (JARME) is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and best practices that contribute to the enhancement of management strategies and entrepreneurial endeavors. The journal welcomes original research articles, theoretical papers, case studies, and literature reviews across a wide spectrum of topics

EMBRACING DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION: A GUIDE TO INFUSING IT INTO YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL VISION


The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the critical importance of innovation for the survival and growth of entrepreneurial firms in an increasingly volatile external environment. However, the pandemic has also revealed a grim reality, as approximately 400,000 businesses, mainly small firms, disappeared from the market within a year, leading to widespread unemployment. The demise of many small entrepreneurial firms is often attributed to their lack of a disruptive innovation vision.

Emma Thompson, Daniel Evans , Olivia Morgan

MARITAL STATUS AND PERFORMANCE OF WOMEN'S FAMILY BUSINESSES IN BURKINA FASO


The vitality of family businesses (FBs) holds substantial importance in driving the development of countries, particularly in developing regions. This study delves into the significance of FBs within the context of the European, American, Asian, Sub-Saharan African, and Middle Eastern economies. These enterprises represent a significant majority in these economic landscapes, comprising approximately 95% of businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East. Moreover, there is a

Aminata Traoré Sankara , Issouf Kaboré-Kanazoé

ENTREPRENEURIAL JOURNEY: OVERCOMING CHALLENGES IN RECENT IMMIGRANT-OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES


Small businesses play a pivotal role in any economy, stimulating growth by offering goods and services and generating employment opportunities. In Canada, these enterprises have been responsible for a substantial share of job creation in the past decade, with a significant portion originating from firms employing fewer than five individuals. Moreover, the demographic landscape of Canadian entrepreneurs is evolving, with an increasing number of recent immigrants becoming small business

Anderson Robert Mitchell