De l'audace à l'ouverture au changement des étudiants en école de commerce: une approche de l'intention entrepreneuriale par les valeurs personnellesChiraz AOUINA MEJRI, Adnane MAALAOUI, BECHIR BEN LAHOUEL, Gael BERTRAND
The present work seeks to highlight the impact of personal values and especially the openness to change of Business School students on the development of entrepreneurial intent. A study of 273 students pursuing a Bachelor and Master program within a Business School was conducted. The results of hierarchical regression and the calculation of marginal effects show the direct effects of openness to change on students’ entrepreneurial intention and their entrepreneurial boldness. This openness, expressed by hedonismand the search for sensations, would lead students to distance themselves from their immediate circle and to seek a form of independence and autonomy.