Determinantes de la intención empresarial: un caso de estudiantes de negocios de Pakistán

  • Dr. Saif- ud-Din King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia
Palabras clave: Intención emprendedora, determinantes de la intención emprendedora, estudiantes de negocios.

Resumen

El espíritu empresarial se considera una actividad muy relevante para estimular el crecimiento de las economías del país. Este estudio ofrece múltiples factores que promueven la intención empresarial (IE) entre los estudiantes de negocios en Pakistán. Más específicamente, este estudio se centra en la actitud hacia el espíritu empresarial (ATE), el apoyo percibido (PS), la confianza en sí mismo (SC) y las normas subjetivas (SN) para determinar la IE de los estudiantes. Los datos fueron recogidos de 102 graduados de negocios de una escuela de negocios. Los resultados sugirieron que, excepto ATE, todos los factores tienen una influencia positiva significativa en la IE de los estudiantes. El estudio proporciona información útil para las instituciones educativas, las escuelas de negocios y los formuladores de políticas para promover la educación empresarial y la IE entre los estudiantes de negocios para acelerar el desarrollo social y económico.

Biografía del autor/a

Dr. Saif- ud-Din, King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia

Department of HRM, College of Business, King Abdul Aziz University, Rabigh 21911, Saudi Arabia

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2019-09-05
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ud-Din, D. S.-. (2019). Determinantes de la intención empresarial: un caso de estudiantes de negocios de Pakistán. Revista Científica Del Amazonas, 2(4), 27-40. Recuperado a partir de https://revistadelamazonas.info/index.php/amazonas/article/view/20
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