English, Article edition: MOTIVATIONAL IMPACT OF ROLE MODELS AS MODERATED BY "IDEAL" VS. "OUGHT SELF-GUIDES" IDENTIFICATIONS MIRUNA RADU; CHRISTOPHE LOUÃ

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  • MOTIVATIONAL IMPACT OF ROLE MODELS AS MODERATED BY "IDEAL" VS. "OUGHT SELF-GUIDES" IDENTIFICATIONS
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  • MIRUNA RADU
  • CHRISTOPHE LOUÃ
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  • This experimental study tests the hypothesis that symbolic role models' impact on entrepreneurial self-efficacy and behavioural intention varies according to whether models appeal to the observers' "ideal self" or "ought self". We measure the effects of exposure to role models narratives appealing to the desire of either self-achievement or self-commitment as motivators to engage in an entrepreneurial project while still in the university and to start a business after graduation. 44 French undergraduate students enrolled in an entrepreneurial curriculum participated to this research during the Fall 2006.
  • Role models, identification, self-efficacy, entrepreneurial intention, entrepreneurial skills
  • RePEc:wsi:jecxxx:v:16:y:2008:i:04:p:441-465
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