Despite critical research on career choice intentions, we lack understanding of the antecedents to career choice intentions of successors, especially in emerging economy contexts. Building on the theory of planned behavior and with data obtained from GUESSS project, the article aims to analyze university students' career choice intentions within a family business context. Our findings suggest that students with family business background are pessimistic about being successor, but optimistic about pursuing an entrepreneurial career. The paper contributes to the entrepreneurship literature by adding up insights from emerging countries to the debate.
|Translated title of the contribution||University students' succession intention: GUESSS Colombia study evidence|
|State||Published - 1 Jan 2018|
Product types of Minciencias
- B article - Q3