Entrepreneur as "End"repreneur: The Intention to Retire

@inproceedings{ForsterHolt2013EntrepreneurA,
  title={Entrepreneur as "End"repreneur: The Intention to Retire},
  author={Nancy Forster-Holt},
  year={2013}
}
This research addresses a gap in the entrepreneurial research literature by exploring the retirement of entrepreneurs. We adopt the term “endrepreneur”, referring to the entrepreneur who faces issues beyond the startup phase. What informs an endrepreneur’s intention to retire? Perhaps retirement is a thoughtful, meaningful path illuminated by objective indicators and proactivity. Or, perhaps the endrepreneur is reactive, driven by the notion of the ‘right’ age to retire, ready or not. Using the… CONTINUE READING

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