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From the early 1990s, research on the understanding of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship focused on the behavioral approach explaining the dynamics of the entrepreneurial process. In this perspective, many models have been published to describe entrepreneurial processes.
The objective of this article is to examine whether these models suggest a convergence in the identification of factors likely to influence the act of entrepreneurship? Our methodological approach involves a review of the diversity of the literature on entrepreneurship to look for common points that can serve as a basis for understanding the entrepreneurial process. After a brief synthesis of various contributions from the literature, several points of convergence are noted based on which we infer a general model of the entrepreneurial process.
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