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THE FACTORS AFFECTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTENTION

Irine Herdjiono (), Yeni Hastin Puspa (), Gerzon Maulany () and Benedictus Elnath Aldy ()
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Irine Herdjiono: Musamus University, Indonesia
Yeni Hastin Puspa: Musamus University, Indonesia
Gerzon Maulany: Musamus University, Indonesia
Benedictus Elnath Aldy: Atmajaya University, Indonesia

International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, 2017, vol. 5, issue 2, 5-15

Abstract: This research examined the effects of family environment, self concept, motivation and risk taking propensity on entrepreneurship intention in Merauke, the border area of Indonesia. Conducted by collecting data from 382 college student through questionnaire. This study applied linear regression analysis. The results showed family environment, self concept, motivation and risk taking propensity significantly affected entrepreneurship intention. The study implies that individual factor such as self-concept, motivation, and risk taking propensity together with social factor, family environment affect entrepreneurial intention.

Date: 2017
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