Investigating Entrepreneurial Intention of Developing Economy Citizens: A PLS-SEM Approach
Syeda Anzalna Mushkoor ul Hassan Zaidi,
Hamza Bin Khalid,
Shahzain Jawed and
Muhammad Owais Aleem
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This study investigates the intention of graduate students towards entrepreneurial education in context of four factors (Risk-Taking Behavior, Innovativeness, Proactiveness, and Network ties) and their influence on an entrepreneurial intention. The objective is to explore that how people of a developing economy look towards the goal of becoming an entrepreneur instead of working for some organization. The developing economies are facing serious issues regarding lack of job opportunities, increasing inflation, and deteriorating economies conditions. Hence, it necessary to inspect people entrepreneurial intention. So that in upcoming times, it can be promoted. The universities are playing an important role for the higher education of students and the trend of entrepreneurship have been increasing day by day in the recent past years, this will create multiple job opportunities for the emerging talent. To dissect this, question this research was performed via data collection through structured questionnaires, in paper as well as Google survey forms, distributed to 200 respondents using Convenience sampling in different universities of Karachi. The data was analysed using PLS-SEM. We also use 5-point Likert scale Questioner for collection our primary data through online survey. Moreover, 2 paths are showing significant positive effect but 2 are showing insignificant positive effect that’s why 2 hypotheses are rejected and 2 are accepted out of 4. Results show that the study has a few limits hypothetical model was inspected on the University Students in Pakistan just perhaps the understudies are living in different nations and they don't have any source to introduce their thoughts before different people groups. The future review will zero in on taking the information of different nations, besides this study has not many factors so the future analyst will add different factors like business thought, Competitive benefit etc. Thus, further endeavors should think about a few subjective strategies with triangulation through meetings or center gatherings to additionally comprehend and affirm the quantitative outcomes.
Keywords: Risk-Taking Behavior; Innovativeness; Entrepreneurship; Developing Economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A1 A13 A2 A23 M1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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