Unlike the previous model, The New Economic Model implicitly will lead the Malays to market based-economy.
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June 30, Accepted: October 8, Online Published: November 22, doi: The proposed framework has integrated different explanatory factors that have been used within different approaches into one framework, and assess their relative importance to influence entrepreneurial intentions.
Also, the framework was tested on a large diversified multi-country sample from four Middle East countries Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, and Oman.
The findings stress the role that a university could play at motivating its students to be entrepreneurial and the governmental role in creating a perceived climate that encourages entrepreneurship.
Many countries have embraced entrepreneurial activities as a primary stream of renovating their economy, a recipe to cope with unemployment problems, and promoted as an enabler of economic progress and job creation in most developing countries. Consequently, entrepreneurship has captured the attention of both scholars and policy makers during the last decades.
Their attention falls on the question of why some people choose an entrepreneurial career and others do not. Previous studies have focused on exploring and investigating a wide array of possible enablers of entrepreneurial activity.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Reynolds et al. Therefore, getting an adequate and a proper education may encourage entrepreneurial intention of an individual.
Consequently, universities play a major role as a pool of potential sources of future entrepreneurs and in the process affect the intention aspects to be entrepreneurs Gibb, ; Etzkowitz et al.
Many universities in the Middle East countries have recognized this role and established incubators and entrepreneurship centers on campus in order to motivate students to be future potential entrepreneurs. But research on entrepreneurial intention and education in developing countries is still lacking behind.
It is of paramount important to investigate, digest, and understand the perceptions of students at higher education level regarding factors that influence their intention to be entrepreneurial Stephen et al.
Based on these premises, our central research questions are: What are the perceptual enablers that most contribute to entrepreneurial intentions? This study adopts the definition of entrepreneurial intention as a conscious awareness and conviction by an Internnational Journall of Business andd Management Vol.
So, a fram mework that m mainly focuses oon the impact of some contexxtual and cogn nitive factors is pproposed and empirically tessted. Thereforre, this study seeks to make several concepptual and empirical contributioons. Mainly, the t study conntributes by inntegrating several enablers from intentioon literature in nto a comprehennsive framewoork.
Further, freesh insights aree provided withh regard to a hand-collected data set involv ving a sample of university students.
Allso, this paper contributes too our understannding of entreppreneurial behavior by showing that convictiion is an imporrtant antecedennt of entrepreneeurial intentionn. The researchhers believe tha at the results of tthis study mayy have significaant implicationns for policy m makers and uniiversity adminiistrators.
The study s is structurred as follows. We first expplore the entreppreneurship inntention literatture, and introoduce the prop posed frameworkk. The methoodology sectioon describes ddata collectionn, the samplee, and the ressults of the study.
Iakovvleva, Kolvereiid, and Stephaan have provided a relliable test of connsistency of thhe Theory of P Planned Behavvior in explainning entrepreneurial intentioon across coun ntries. Also, Waang and Wong pinpoiinted that gendder, family business experiencee and educatioon levels are im mportant factoors in explainiing entrepreneeurial intentionn among unive ersity students inn Singapore.
Also, A there is a particular innterest in expploring entreprreneurial intenntion in develo oping countries. Gird and Baggraimstudied studeents from Souuth Africa; Jonnes et al.
The approaches of these studies follow the m mainstream off the entrepreneeurship literatuure as they focuused on person nality characterisstics, impact of contextual faactors, and others have incorpporated both.
T This study hass followed the same mainstream m in proposingg the study fraamework to invvestigate the faactors that couuld influence thhe intention am mong university students acrosss different Miiddle East counntries in a morre comprehensive way.
Researcch Hypotheses In the lighht of previous studies, s this stuudy proposes a framework oof the determinnants of entreppreneurial intention among Arrab students.
The purpose is not so m much to introdduce entirely new insights, but the inte ended contributioon is two foldds. First, integgrate differentt explanatory factors that hhave been useed within diffferent approaches into one fraamework, andd assess their relative imporrtance to influuence entrepreeneurial intenttions.
Second foold, is to test this framewoork on a largee diversified m multi-country sample from four Middle East countries Jordan, Lebannon, Egypt, annd Oman.
Thee proposed fram mework that hhas guided the empirical analyses to follow iis depicted in Figure F The rational behinnd the relationsships suggested by the frameework according to previous sttudies will be discussed beloow.Executive Summary This research showed that entrepreneurial spirit among East Asian Chinese youths is predicted by personality characteristics such as risk-taking propensity, persistence, and internal locus of control, as well as by motivational factors such as love for money and desire for security.
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All of the options are correct D. admired the capitalist entrepreneurial spirit. The Relationship of Personality to Entrepreneurial Intentions and Performance: A Meta-Analytic Review Hao Zhao, Scott E. Seibert, and G.T. Lumpkin The Relationship of Personality to Entrepreneurial Intentions and Performance: A Meta-Analytic Review Entrepreneurial spirit among East Asian Chinese.
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