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Determinant Factors of Young People in Preparing for Entrepreneurship: Lesson from Indonesia

This study examines the determinant factors affecting young people in preparing entrepreneurship in Indonesia. This study involved several variables;including the need for achievement;risk perception;locus of control;entrepreneurial attitude to predict entrepreneurial intention;and preparation for entrepreneurship among young people. The approach utilized in this study was a quantitative research design using a survey model. The participants of this study were recruited from young people in East Java;Indonesia. Structural equation modeling with Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS) was implemented to test the hypotheses and the relationships between variables. The findings of this research showed that the attitudes toward entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial intention of young people in Indonesia are determined by several variables such as the need for achievement;risk perception;and locus of control. The correlation between variables showed one positive direction in which all independent variables can influence dependent variables. Additionally;the result of this study confirms a robust relationship between the attitude toward entrepreneurship and preparing for entrepreneurship among young people. Lastly;this study showed a positive correlation between entrepreneurial intention and preparation for entrepreneurship. This study suggests that government institutions and universities need to be concerned about entrepreneurial programs to promote young entrepreneurs.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Research Methods

4. Results

5. Discussion

6. Conclusions

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