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Determinants of entrepreneurial intention and firm performance - evidence from three meta-analyses
Robinson et al., 1991) as well as determine intention according to the theory of planned behavior. Therefore, we examine intention as being influenced by attitudes, which themselves derive from personal background factors. Furthermore, we respond to calls for a detailed examination of the process that leads to entrepreneurial intention (Fayolle & Liñán, 2014; Shook, Priem, & McGee, 2003) as well as for a more systematic aggregation and evaluation of cumulative evidence in entrepreneurshipdoi:10.25673/4499 fatcat:7ly3abli3jaz7pkfm3mplxzyou