Competing Models of Entrepreneurial Intentions

currently 2367 citations (#1 for intent, #3 all-time for JBV) 

nominated for Foundational Article award in Entrepreneurship Division of Academy of Management

Abstract: 

Why are intentions interesting to those who care about new venture formation? 
Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking, a way of thinking that emphasizes opportunities over 
threats. The opportunity identification process is clearly an intentional process, and, 
therefore, entrepreneurial intentions clearly merit our attention. Equally important, they offer 
a means to better explain—and predict—entrepreneurship. We don't start a business as a 
reflex, do we? 

This publication has been peer reviewed.
Publication Type: 
Journal Article
Authors: 
NF Krueger, MD Reilly, AL Carsrud
Year of Publication: 
2000
Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
Journal of Business Venturing
Volume: 
15
Issue: 
5-6
Pages: 
411-432
Publication Language: 
English
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