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Entrepreneurs’ Psychological Wellbeing

Entrepreneurs’ Psychological Wellbeing

Entrepreneurs' psychological wellbeing
Anne-Kathrin Kleine Antje Schmitt


Entrepreneurship may be understood as the creation of a new venture (e.g., Gartner, 1988) and the occupational choice of working self-employed for that business (e.g., Gorgievski and Stephan, 2016). By exploring and exploiting innovative products and services and creating new jobs, entrepreneurs contribute to both economic growth and the breakthrough of services and goods that fulfill social needs (e.g., Wiklund et al., 2019). In light of the crucial role entrepreneurs play in a country's economic and societal development, supporting entrepreneurial activities by fostering positive and limiting negative impacting factors of entrepreneurial wellbeing should be of high general interest.

Entrepreneurial wellbeing has been defined as ‘the experience of satisfaction, ...

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