International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge

International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge

Publisher: Ostrava Business School
Editor: Prof. Ing. Milan Zelený
Online ISSN: 2336-2960, Print ISSN: 2336-2952
Frequency: Biannual


A scientific periodical peer-reviewed journal International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge (IJEK) published by Vysoká škola podnikání, a. s. (Business School plc) in Ostrava provides expert information on all aspects of entrepreneurship and business issues offers, including the results of basic and applied economic research of domestic and international authors in the English language.

Table of Contents

Vol 7, No 1 (2019)


Internet of Things in the Context of Industry 4.0:An Overview
Georgios Lampropoulos, Kerstin Siakas, Theofylaktos Anastasiadis
DOI: 10.15759/ijek/2019/v7i1/183964 ,  Vol 7, No 1 (2019), Pagination: 4-19
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Entrepreneurial Intention among Polytechnic Students in Nigeria:The Role of Self-Efficacy and Social Networks
Kehinde A. Ojewumi, Damilare A. Fagbenro
DOI: 10.15759/ijek/2019/v7i1/183965 ,  Vol 7, No 1 (2019), Pagination: 20-30
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Assessment of the Relationship Between Entrepreneurial Orientation, Organisational Culture Adaptability and Performance of Christian Faith-Based Hotels in Kenya
Ruth Wanjiku Muriithi, Teresia Kyalo, Josphat Kinyanjui
DOI: 10.15759/ijek/2019/v7i1/183966 ,  Vol 7, No 1 (2019), Pagination: 31-45
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The Impact of Knowledge Capture and Knowledge Sharing on Learning, Adaptability, Job Satisfaction and Staying Intention:A Study of the Banking Industry in Bangladesh
Zahid Zamir
DOI: 10.15759/ijek/2019/v7i1/183967 ,  Vol 7, No 1 (2019), Pagination: 46-64
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Social and Cultural Factors and their Impact on the Quality of Business Environment in the SME Segment
Martin Cepel
DOI: 10.15759/ijek/2019/v7i1/183968 ,  Vol 7, No 1 (2019), Pagination: 65-73
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