The Influence of Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy on Entrepreneurial Learning Behavior - Using Entrepreneurial Intention as the Mediator Variable
This study examines 448 technical and vocational school students’ entrepreneurial learning behavior and its influencing factors to serve as a school reference for the development of entrepreneurship education measures. The results show that students’ ‘entrepreneurial intention (EI)’ has a significant direct effect on ‘entrepreneurial learning behavior (ELB)’, and ‘entrepreneurial self-efficacy (ESE) ‘has a significant effect on ‘entrepreneurial learning behavior’ through ‘entrepreneurial self-efficacy.’ The influence pattern and empirical data of ‘entrepreneurial self-efficacy’ and ‘entrepreneurial intention’ on ‘entrepreneurial learning behavior’ has a good fit.
Key words: Entrepreneurial intention; Entrepreneurial learning behavior; Entrepreneurial self-efficacy
Entrepreneurial intention; Entrepreneurial learning behavior; Entrepreneurial self-efficacy
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