Piccola Impresa / Small Business

The  Piccola Impresa / Small Business Journal aims to contribute to the study of and the spread of information on small-sized entrepreneurial firms, by offering an approachable space where those who do research in this field can freely share the results of their empirical studies and  compare their theoretical reasoning and procedures.
It is an academic journal with an international vocation, dedicated specifically to the investigation of and theoretical reflection on the administration and management of small businesses, their role in the economy, as well as the policies and regulations they face. 

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Call for papers “Women in Small and Medium Sized Family Firms: Theory and Practice”


Piccola Impresa / Small Business is looking for conceptual (including meta-analyses, critical literature reviews, or “state-of-the-art” articles) and/or empirical (qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods) articles that can extend our understanding about the role of women in small and medium sized family firms in ownership, management and governance positions. Articles from scholars in all areas of research and in the international research community who have a particular interest in this topic are welcome. The adoption of new and original theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches is also encouraged. For further and detailed information about this Special Issue file

Posted: 2020-03-30

Extended deadline call for papers student entrepreneurship


Deadline for submitting paper for call for papers student entrepreneurship has been extended to  31/07/2020

Posted: 2020-01-29
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No 1 (2020)

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Table of Contents


Emanuela Rondi, Salvatore Sciascia, Alfredo De Massis


Marica Barbaritano, Elisabetta Savelli
Michela Floris, Angela Dettori, Cinzia Dessì
Ruth Überbacher, Riccardo Brozzi, Dominik Tobias Matt
Rafaela Gjergji, Valentina Lazzarotti, Federico Visconti, Teresa Garcia Marco

Other Essays

Renato Passaro, Giuseppe Scandurra, Antonio Thomas
Cristina Marullo, Andrea Piccaluga, Fabrizio Cesaroni
Francesco Scalamonti

Book Review

Federica Palazzi