The Entrepreneurial Economy
Moving From Corporate Responsibility to Strategic Impact
Consciously Creating A Better World Through Commerce
One Mind – Many Markets
Business as a Path of Awakening
- Research shows that entrepreneurs worldwide – at both the established and early-stage phases – exhibited higher ratings on subjective well-being compared to populations not involved in entrepreneurship activities, suggesting that entrepreneurship could be a good career choice for most.
- Entrepreneurs exhibit relatively higher rates of subjective well-being in comparison to individuals who are not involved in the process of starting a business or owning-managing a business. Another relevant result is that female entrepreneurs in innovation-driven economies exhibit on average a higher degree of subjective well-being than males.
- This original research opens up possibilities for exploring the role of women and men entrepreneurs doing well by doing good, and looking beyond the traditional notion of development generally associated with economic indicators