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The mediating effect of stress on the relationship between work-and-family conflict and satisfaction is examined using data from 194 novice and 235 repeat entrepreneurs. The results show that work-influence-family conflict is associated with stress and satisfaction for all the entrepreneurs. Further, the results indicate that family-influence-work conflict is related to stress for all the entrepreneurs and is associated with satisfaction for the repeat entrepreneurs; but not for the novice entrepreneurs. The results also indicate that stress mediates the effects of work-and-family conflict for both novice and repeat entrepreneurs and that stress has a stronger mediation effect for novice than for repeat entrepreneurs. These findings provide new insights into how work-and-family conflict relates differently to entrepreneurs’ satisfaction, depending on the direction of the conflict and type of entrepreneur; and how stress mediates the effects of work-and-family conflict differently for novice and repeat entrepreneurs. Consequently, these findings advance the literature on differences and similarities among entrepreneurs.
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