Predictors of work life balance for women entrepreneurs in the North East Region of Romania

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Dan Dumitru Ionescu; Alina Mariuca Ionescu;
(2015)
  • Journal: Published in Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research,volume 9,issue 1 June,pages37-46
  • Subject: work life balance, women entrepreneurs, the North East Region of Romania
    • jel: jel:C13 | jel:J22 | jel:L26 | jel:J16

The paper aims to investigate the predictors of work life balance of women entrepreneurs in the North East Region of Romania. It emphasizes features of interaction between professional and personal life in case of women and reviews main disturbance or enhancing factors ... View more
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