Entrepreneurial Stress : Is It Hazardous To Your Health ?

@inproceedings{Buttner2009EntrepreneurialS,
  title={Entrepreneurial Stress : Is It Hazardous To Your Health ?},
  author={Holly Buttner Buttner and E. H.},
  year={2009}
}
It is well documented that occupational stress causes health problems (Cooper and Marshall, 1976; Cooper and Smith, 1985; Harrison, 1985; Jenkins, 1971; Quick and Quick, 1984). in several work contexts, research findings have demonstrated a positive relationship between stress and angina, ulcers, and hypertension and a negative relationship between stress and job satisfaction (House et al., 1979; Matteson and Ivancevich, 1982). 

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