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Intentions resurrected: a systematic review of entrepreneurial intention research from 2014 to 2018 and future research agenda

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Abstract

Entrepreneurial intentions represent a frequently adopted theoretical construct implemented in ambition to help explicate an individual’s transition from distal thoughts into more proximal entrepreneurial action. A large body of diverse and wide-spanning literature is now evolving in this area recognising the importance of developing and nurturing initial desires in hopes of facilitating their transfer into more tangible personal, social and economic value. Accompanying this increase in research attention is a continual necessity for structural ordering that can serve to both rejuvenate previous attempts at organization and spur new and novel contribution to advance the field. Progress will be more effective if we are able to constructively build upon explicitly recognised common foci as opposed to disparate contribution. This current article, therefore seeks to afford an up-to-date thematic overview of entrepreneurial intention research via systematic means and in contemplation of previous classification efforts.

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Entrepreneurship Intention Literature review Research agenda New directions 

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  1. 1.EDEM Centro UniversitarioValenciaSpain

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