STUDY OF ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS
This study examines the development of research on entrepreneurial intentions among university students using bibliometric analysis. The study aims to determine: (1) The result of the number of international publications on entrepreneurial intentions among university students. (2) Name of journal, author, and publisher of research on entrepreneurial intention among university students (3) Map of the topic of entrepreneurial intention among university students publications based on co-words. Collect data by searching for public or perish with the keywords entrepreneurship, intention, student, university article title, abstract, and keywords in 2010–2020. The number of articles taken was 200 articles with categories based on the number of citations from the largest to the smallest. Subjects were analyzed using Microsoft Excel. Meanwhile, the trend of topic mapping was analyzed using VosViewer software. The results showed that the highest growth development in 2010 - 2020 occurred in 2016, reaching 25 publications. Most international publications are published in the Emerald journal as many as 35 articles. Most citations 762 from authors F Liñán, D Urbano, M Guerrero published by Taylor & Francis. Research on entrepreneurial intentions among university students attracts many researchers from various regions. Still, from bibliometric analysis, only two countries appear with the most categories, namely South Africa and Pakistan. The theoretical model used is dominated by Theory Planned Behaviour (TPB) Ajzen, 1991. For further research, the author suggests additional keywords so that more research results are more accurate and comprehensive.