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Judul Students? entrepreneurial intentions by using theory of planned behavior: the case in indonesia / Rifelly Dewi Astuti, Fanny Martdianty
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Penerbitan University of Indonesia, 2012
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VolumeVol 6, No 2 October 2012 100-112
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This research aims to study the intentions of students in entrepreneurship by using the theory of
planned behavior of Fishbein and Ajzein. This study was conducted in six state universities in Indonesia,
namely University A in Northern Sumatra, University B in Western Sumatra, University C
in Jakarta, University D in Yogyakarta, University E in Eastern Java and University F in Southern
Sulawesi with total sample of 600 final year students. Data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential
statistics using SPSS 11.5 and structural equation models using LISREL software to test the
models. The result shows that the theory of planned behavior is proven significant to predict students?
entrepreneurial intention simultaneously in those six universities, whereas subjective norm
was the strongest variable in the modeling. However, significant differences were found between
results from each university, when analyzed separately. The model has different partial impact in
each university, whereas the model only worked significantly in University D and F. Meanwhile, in
University A, B and E some variables do not significantly influenced entrepreneurial intention and
for University C, we believe that there are other variables that may explain the students? entrepreneurial
intention in University C since the model proved insignificantly to predict their entrepreneurial
intention.
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520This research aims to study the intentions of students in entrepreneurship by using the theory of planned behavior of Fishbein and Ajzein. This study was conducted in six state universities in Indonesia, namely University A in Northern Sumatra, University B in Western Sumatra, University C in Jakarta, University D in Yogyakarta, University E in Eastern Java and University F in Southern Sulawesi with total sample of 600 final year students. Data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics using SPSS 11.5 and structural equation models using LISREL software to test the models. The result shows that the theory of planned behavior is proven significant to predict students? entrepreneurial intention simultaneously in those six universities, whereas subjective norm was the strongest variable in the modeling. However, significant differences were found between results from each university, when analyzed separately. The model has different partial impact in each university, whereas the model only worked significantly in University D and F. Meanwhile, in University A, B and E some variables do not significantly influenced entrepreneurial intention and for University C, we believe that there are other variables that may explain the students? entrepreneurial intention in University C since the model proved insignificantly to predict their entrepreneurial intention.
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653Entrepreneurial intention; theory of planned behavior; entrepreneurial attitude; undergraduate students; Indonesia.
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856http://journal.ui.ac.id/index.php/tseajm/article/view/1317
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