The Relationship between Entrepreneurial Motivation, Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and Entrepreneurial Intention, an Evidence in Indonesia

Nasril Eduward, Ery Tri Djatmika, Wening Patmi Rahayu


This study investigated the influence of Entrepreneurial Motivation (EM) of the Entrepreneurial Intention (EI) among Vocational High School students in Batu City, Indonesia clump of information and technology. This study used a descriptive correlation design, and the number of 307 students drawn randomly sampled proportionally than 396 students are enrolled in five courses. Path analysis is used to examine the relationship between variables. The research findings revealed that Entrepreneurial Intention (EI) indirectly affected by Entrepreneurial Motivation (EI), which means that the Entrepreneurial Self-efficacy (ESE) is an important mediating variable

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