A bibliometric review of the entrepreneurial intention of university students


entrepreneurial intention
theory of planned behavior
structural equations
higher education

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Narvaez Cumbicos, J. G., & Useche Castro, L. M. (2023). A bibliometric review of the entrepreneurial intention of university students. Minerva, 4(10), 108-113. https://doi.org/10.47460/minerva.v4i10.109


This article constituted an analysis of the literature regarding the techniques applied to measure entrepreneurial intention and its relationship with the theory of planned behavior (TBP). For the student, the orientation in entrepreneurship constitutes a perceived advantage in the different levels of education. To test the accuracy of the model of entrepreneurial intention, works were extracted from the Scopus database from 2011-2021 by searching for the Booleans: "Entrepreneurial intention, Theory of planned behavior, Entrepreneur, multivariate methods, Higher Education," applied techniques multivariate and controlled for biases by applying different analysis models, the results will serve for decision-making, reforms in the education sector and more excellent performance of entrepreneurs. Of course, these cannot be generalized for the different contexts. However, they serve to monitor the initiatives that promote entrepreneurship at a global level.



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