Since 2009, Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education (JWEE) has been published twice a year in printed and electronic version in English. Considering main topics such as employment, unemployment, the informal sector of economy, the quality of the business environment, social and women's entrepreneurship, green economy, quality and mobility of knowledge, new modalities of education and knowledge transfer, etc., as well as participation of authors from more than 20 countries, it has fully justified its international significance and reputation.

Since 2010, JWEE has been indexed within the international databases EconLit-American Economic Association, RePEc, ECONBIZ, DOAJ and ROAD. Since 2013, it has been listed within the reference list of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Serbia (code M52).

Chief Editor is Acad. Prof. Dr Mirjana Radović-Marković, being also creator and the founder of the journal.

Frequency: 2 issues in the year.

Editorial team


No 1-2 (2021): Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education

The Journal receives financial support from Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia

Published: 2021-07-02

Note of Editor in chief

Mirjana Radović-Marković


Note of Guest Editor

Zhanna Mingaleva


Gender Aspects of Digital Workplace Transformation

Zhanna Mingaleva, Elena Shironina


Gender Aspects of Working from Home in Serbia

Miloš Vučeković, Mirjana Radović Marković, Borislav Đukanović, Svetlana Duković, Arsen Dragojević


Values of Entrepreneurs and Supervisors and Their Socio-professional Identity

Gender Dimension

Guzel Ilyasovna Seletkova, Eugeniia Andreevna Lazukova, Vasilij Nikolaevich Stegnii, Karina Vladimirovna Tulieva


Women’s Entrepreneurship in the Wake of the Covid-19 Crisis

The Case of Serbia

Milena Lazić, Olivera Jovanović, Marija Lazarević-Moravčević


Empowerment Through Women Entrepreneurship

A Case from the Beauty Salon Sector in Sri Lanka

Thilini Dinushani De Silva, Sirkku Männikkö Barbutiu, Kutoma Wakunuma, Gehan S. Dhameeth


Feature of Perception of Distance Learning by Students During the First Wave COVID19

Konstantin Antipyev, Valeriy Levchenko, Gennady Razinsky


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