Good health is something that most people take for granted. Unfortunately, those in developing countries tend to demonstrate poorer health. Personal health can be both a significant negative antecedent that supresses entrepreneurial intent as well as a significant negative consequent flowing from the stresses associated with the new venture process. This research explores this latter issue in terms of to what extent entrepreneurial intent and start-up behavior are related to women and men nascent necessity entrepreneurs’ general health perceptions in a developing country.
Lindsay, Noel J.; Lindsay, Wendy; Balan, Peter; Balan-Vnuk, Eva; and Kropp, Fredric
"THE RELATIONSHIP OF ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENT AND START-UP BEHAVIOR TO THE GENERAL HEALTH PERCEPTIONS OF WOMEN AND MEN NASCENT NECESSITY ENTREPRENEURS DURING THE NEW VENTURE CREATION PROCESS (SUMMARY),"
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Vol. 35
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalknowledge.babson.edu/fer/vol35/iss7/5