University Students’ Entrepreneurial Performance

Eddy Madiono Sutanto, Peter J. Sigiols, Ivando Putih

Abstract


Low interest of student to entrepreneurship is a pity as the global university entre­preneurial spirit students survey. To improve the students entrepreneurial perform­ance, such factors take part influencing entrepreneurial performance, such as inno­va­tiveness, risk taking, proactiveness, competitive aggresiveness, autonomy, and of course entrepreneurial mindset. This research aims to determine the effect of those variables on entrepreneurial performance of college students of management which are A accredited in Malang City, Indonesia. The samples are 374 students from five universities. The analysis technique used is the test of Goodness Fit Model and Path Coefficients test with the help of the program SmartPLS 2.0 and SPSS. The results indicate that the entrepre­neurial mindset has significant effect on innovativeness, risk taking, proactiveness, competitive aggresiveness, and autonomy. Moreover, the characteristics of innovativeness, risk taking, proactiveness, competitive aggre­sive­ness, and autonomy have significant effect on the entrepreneurial performance of college students.


Keywords


Entrepreneurial Mindset, Innovativeness, Risk Taking, Proactiveness, Competitive Aggresiveness, Autonomy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14414/jebav.v21i2.1197

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