Scholarly Articles about Entrepreneur Depression
"Entrepreneurs create the vast majority of new jobs, pull economies out of recessions, introduce useful products and services, and create prosperity. Therefore it behooves us to understand the cognitive, affective, and behavioral strengths and vulnerabilities of entrepreneurs. Prior research has identified the personality traits of successful entrepreneurs, but little is known about the nature of their mental health characteristics or those of their families."
"Case studies of successful entrepreneurs who are bipolar suggest a positive link between bipolar disorder and entrepreneurship. To investigate this link, we examine detailed individual-level registry data for Denmark, including medical prescriptions, for 2.4 million individuals. These data show that individuals who are at a higher risk of bipolar disorder are more likely to be self-employed and more likely to be incorporated. "
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