Abstract

The career literature has clearly acknowledged the dichotomy of objective and subjective career success while studies in Entrepreneurship have rather adopted a limited view of success, focusing on objective success criteria such as firm performance. Work-life balance – one aspect of subjective success – has become a focal point of interest in today’s economic environment. The Entrepreneurship and career literature alike however has not been sufficiently been concerned with work life balance in entrepreneurial careers.

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