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This research explores the relative importance of four key entrepreneurial characteristics (proactiveness, attitude to risk, innovativeness, and self-efficacy) in predicting students’ entrepreneurial intention (EI) across a range of faculties. Attitude to risk was the most consistent predictor of EI and was the strongest predictor in five of the six faculties and the second strongest predictor in the sixth. However, individual models which predict EI are developed for each of the six faculties and this shows variations in the predictors of EI in the different faculties. The implications of the research are that entrepreneurship education and supporting ecosystems should be tailored and adjusted for different faculties to stimulate students’ EI.
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This page is a summary of: Predicting entrepreneurial intention across the university, Education + Training, January 2019, Emerald,
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