ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDE AND STUDENTS BUSINESS START-UP INTENTION: A PARTIAL LEAST SQUARE MODELING

Widayat Widayat, Ni matuzahroh Ni matuzahroh




Abstract


This article is designed to examine the role of the entrepreneurial spirit, education and in build­ing­ an attitude about working as an entrepreneur, and his influence on the intention to start a business, to the students. Data were collected using a questionnaire has been prepared and maintained the validity and relia­bility. Questionnaires given to the respondent students were selected as samples at several universi­ti­es in Malang, East Java, Indonesia. The collected data were analyzed by using Partial Least Square. The a­­na­­ly­sis showed entrepreneurial spirit and education contribute to the formation of entrepreneurial atti­tu­des. Attitudes are formed encourage entrepreneurship intentions to start a business significantly.


Keywords


Start-up business, intention, spirit, entrepreneurial.

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