Feb 3, 2014

Unraveling two myths about entrepreneurs

The supposed creativity of left-handed and dyslexic individuals may fit well with an entrepreneurial occupation. Empirical evidence from two representative Dutch samples, however, shows that left-handed and dyslexic individuals are not more likely to be(come) entrepreneurs than right-handed and non-dyslexic individuals.
That is from this paper by Jolanda Hesselsa, Cornelius A. Rietvelda, & Peter van der Zwana. The paper is gated.
I have not found evidence on links between entrepreneurship and depression, attention deficit disorders, (and) or Bipolarity.

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