Effect of Self Efficacy, Risk Taking and Innovation on the Entrepreneurship Intent of Faculty of Economics and Business Udayana University



By : Akbar Cahyo Wibowo

Email : akbar.c.wibowo@gmail.com

Faculties : Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis

Department : S1 Manajemen

Student career choice for entrepreneurship can be seen from the high and low intention of students to entrepreneurship and to support government programs in the acceleration of creation of small and medium entrepreneurs are strong based on science and technology. This study aims to explain the effect of self efficacy, risk taking and innovation on the entrepreneurship intent of DIII and S1 regular students of Faculty of Economics and Business Udayana University class of 2014. This research was conducted at the Faculty of Economics and Business Udayana University. The number of samples used were 156 respondents using non probability sampling technique, especially purposive sampling. The data that have been collected is processed by using multiple regression analysis technique. The results showed that the three independent variables (self efficacy, risk taking, and innovation) had a significant effect on student entrepreneurship intentions. Based on the results of the research, the Faculty of Economics and Business as an educational institution can provide more practical sciences, entrepreneurial seminars so that later students can grow entrepreneurship intention in him. The results of this study can also provide references for students of DIII and S1 regular programs in order to choose to become an entrepreneur and start to create their own job field.

Keyword : self efficacy, risk taking, innovation, entrepreneurship intention, multiple regression analysis.

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