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'Trying' to be an Entrepreneur? A 'Goal-Specific' Challenge to the Intentions Model
Social Science Research Network
Research into entrepreneurial intentions focuses on theory-driven models of behavioral intentions such as Ajzen's Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). While TPB has proved robust in studying what drives entrepreneurial action this study challenge the model, assuming that intentions represent a dynamic process where intent and its 'antecedents' influence each other reciprocally. We integrate the theory of hierarchy of goals organizing behavior in three levels (Lawson, 1997) and the Theory of Tryingdoi:10.2139/ssrn.1135224 fatcat:wi7plq7j6ffk3o6coa2w7mae5u