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Aplicación de la teoría de la acción razonada al ámbito emprendedor en un contexto universitario

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  • Rueda Sampedro, Inés

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    (Universidad de Cantabria)

  • Fernández-Laviada , Ana

    (Universidad de Cantabria)

  • Herrero Crespo, Ángel

    (Universidad de Cantabria)

Este trabajo analiza el efecto de las ventajas e inconvenientes percibidos en el emprendimiento sobre la intención de crear un negocio propio, tomando como referencia la Teoría de Acción Razonada. La muestra está compuesta por 274 estudiantes de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales de la Universidad de Cantabria. Para contrastar las hipótesis de investigación se emplea un enfoque de ecuaciones estructurales. Los resultados obtenidos ponen de manifiesto que las ventajas del emprendimiento influyen en la actitud del universitario, y ésta, a su vez, en su intención emprendedora. Por el contrario, los inconvenientes asociados al emprendimiento no tienen un efecto significativo.

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Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 26 ()
Pages: 141-158

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Handle: RePEc:ris:invreg:0237
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