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作者:Chen Fang , Liwen Chen
来源:[J].Sustainability, 2019, Vol.11 (10)
摘要:The entrepreneurial intentions of Chinese students have received rapidly evolving attention, with the “mass entrepreneurship and innovation„ program as a driving force, which encourages individuals to start their own business. Entrepreneurial intention, which is perceived...
作者:Jaeyeob Jeong , Myeonggil Choi
来源:[J].Sustainability, 2017, Vol.9 (10)
摘要:... We examined the effects of work conditions and employability on job satisfaction, and examined the effect of job satisfaction, outcome expectations and self-efficacy on entrepreneurial intentions. In addition, this study examined whether heuristic factors influence entrepreneurial intentions...
作者:Imran Syed , Jonathan Craig Butler , Ronda M. Smith ...
来源:[J].Personality and Individual Differences, 2020, Vol.157
摘要:Abstract(#br)Previous studies have shown that entrepreneurial passion has a positive relationship with entrepreneurial intentions, however we do not know much about the underlying mechanisms that might mediate or moderate this relationship. This study extends the existing literat...
作者:Olabanji Oni , Vutivi Mavuyangwa
来源:[J].Acta Commercii, 2019, Vol.19 (2), pp.e1-e7
摘要:Orientation: The entrepreneurial intentions of students in different faculties of a historically disadvantaged university in South Africa are not known and are not measured.Research purpose: The purpose of this study was to assess the entrepreneurial intentions of students in...
作者:Obinna C. Ojiaku , Anayo D. Nkamnebe , Ireneus C. Nwaizugbo
来源:[J].Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 2018, Vol.8 (1), pp.1-17
摘要:... However, studies on the determinants of entrepreneurial intentions have been inconclusive. Building on the push-pull-mooring model from the migration literature as a theoretical framework, this study provides an integrative model for predicting entrepreneurial intentions...
作者:Bryan Fuller , Yan Liu , Saleh Bajaba ...
来源:[J].Personality and Individual Differences, 2018, Vol.125, pp.120-125
摘要:Abstract(#br)Using an expanded view of entrepreneurial feasibility, we hypothesize a model in which entrepreneurial intentions are fostered by proactive personality and trait competitiveness. In doing so, our study expands the concept of entrepreneurial feasibility to include a...
作者:Anh Tuan Nguyen , Thi Hai Ha Do , Thi Bich Thao Vu ...
来源:[J].Children and Youth Services Review, 2019, Vol.99, pp.186-193
摘要:... This requires an understand of entrepreneurial intentions in this population, as well as related potential barriers and facilitators. However, evidence about entrepreneurial intentions in Vietnamese youths is limited. This study aims to clarify the factors influencing the entrepreneurial intentions...
作者:Preeti Tiwari , Anil K. Bhat , Jyoti Tikoria
来源:[J].Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 2017, Vol.7 (1)
摘要:The present study aims at identifying the social entrepreneurial intention among undergraduate students in Indian context by using the theory of planned behaviour as the research framework. A 72 item questionnaire was responded by 390 students of premier technical universities of...
作者:Lu Xiao , Ming Fan
来源:[J].Neural Computing and Applications(IF 1.168), 2014, Vol.24 (1), pp.21-26
摘要:Abstract(#br)In order to verify how social network affects entrepreneurial intentions, a theoretical model is developed between network, entrepreneurial desirability, entrepreneurial feasibility and entrepreneurial intentions. As for empirical studies, a structural equation ...
作者:José Luis Ruizalba Robledo , María Vallespín Arán , Victor Martin Sanchez ...
来源:[J].Intangible Capital, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.92-117
摘要:Purpose: To disentangle the ways in which social norms shape the entrepreneurial intention of university students and to analyse the moderating effect of gender that may arise. Design/methodology/approach: We use the entrepreneurial intention model based on Theory of Planned B...

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