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Entrepreneurial implementation intention as a tool to moderate the stability of entrepreneurial goal intention: A sensemaking approach

Dung Pham, Paul Jones Orcid Logo, Stephen Dobson, Francisco Liñán, Céline Viala

Journal of Business Research, Volume: 123, Pages: 97 - 105

Swansea University Author: Paul Jones Orcid Logo

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This study evaluates how entrepreneurial implementation intention (EII) influences the stability of entrepre-neurial goal intention (EGI). Two waves of data collection were conducted during and after entrepreneurship education (EE). The moderating role of EII on EGI after a period of approximately o...

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ISSN: 0148-2963
Published: Elsevier BV 2021
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description This study evaluates how entrepreneurial implementation intention (EII) influences the stability of entrepre-neurial goal intention (EGI). Two waves of data collection were conducted during and after entrepreneurship education (EE). The moderating role of EII on EGI after a period of approximately one year was tested. The results indicate significant variation between 412 participants of high and low EII during EE. The findings contribute to furthering the understanding of the factors that maintain EGI over time. They highlight the un-conscious aspects of students’ behavioral processing that potentially cause controversial results regarding the impact of EE on EGI.
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