Influence of Perceived University Support, Perceived Effective Entrepreneurship Education, Perceived Creativity Disposition, Entrepreneurial Passion for Inventing and Founding on Entrepreneurial Intention

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  • Abdullahi Nasiru
  • Ooi Yeng Keat
  • Muhammad Awais Bhatti

Abstract

We modeled the relationship between entrepreneurship intention and five other variables, including two as formative second-order constructs. We therefore, employed the use of SmartPLS (2.0) to analyze the influence of perceived effective entrepreneurship education, perceived University support, perceived creativity disposition, entrepreneurial passion for inventing and entrepreneurial passion for founding on entrepreneurial intention. The PLS was readily employed in this study for its ability to estimate a formative measured variable. The first-order reflective and second-order formative variables model parameters were estimated by employing the two-stage approach. Using a sample of 595 students from three Federal Universities in Northern Nigeria, the study found a significant positive relationship between perception of University support, perceived creativity disposition, entrepreneurial passion for inventing, entrepreneurial passion for founding and entrepreneurial intention. However, an unexpectedly significant negative relationship was found between perceived effective entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurial intention. Implications for the findings are provided.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3p88

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2015-05-01

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Nasiru, A., Keat, O. Y., & Bhatti, M. A. (2015). Influence of Perceived University Support, Perceived Effective Entrepreneurship Education, Perceived Creativity Disposition, Entrepreneurial Passion for Inventing and Founding on Entrepreneurial Intention. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(3), 88. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/6219

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