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Impact of effectual propensity on entrepreneurial intention

Alicia Martín-Navarro, Felix Velicia-Martín, Jose Aurelio Medina-Garrido () and Pedro R. Palos-Sánchez

Journal of Business Research, 2023, vol. 157, issue C

Abstract: For decades, entrepreneurship has been promoted in academia and the tourism sector and seen as an opportunity for new business ventures. In entrepreneurial behaviour, effectual logic shows how individuals use their resources to create new opportunities. This paper aims to determine effectual propensity as an antecedent of entrepreneurial intentions. For this purpose, and based on the TPB model, we conducted our research with tourism students from Cadiz and Seville (Spain) universities with Smart PLS 3. The results show that effectual propensity influences entrepreneurial intentions and that attitude and perceived behavioural control mediate between subjective norms and intentions. Our research has a great added value since effectual propensity is studied for the first time as an antecedent of intentions in people who have never been entrepreneurs.

Keywords: TPB; Entrepreneurial intentions; Effectual propensity; Tourism students; SEM (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2023
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DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2022.113604

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