THE EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION, ACCESS TO FINANCEAND GOVERNMENT ASSISTANT ON THE INTENTION TO BUSINESSSTART-UP; WOMEN IN DEBT CASE IN JORDAN

Authors

  • HaithamAlhnaity

Abstract

The study was built to examine and observe the connections between entrepreneurial
education, access to finance and government assistant in order to form the entrepreneurial
intention amongst borrowing women in Jordan. This study focuses on the borrower’s
women’s behavior before, during and after taking the Loan. A survey was conducted using
questionnaires that were distributed to 280 borrowing women known as Algaremat’swomen.
The study found that entrepreneurial education has a significant relationship with the
entrepreneurial intention of borrowing women. Also, the study discovered that access to
finance has a positive significant effect on the entrepreneurial intention of borrowing women
to start their desired businesses. The survey results indicate that borrowing women need to
consider entrepreneurial education and access to finance as a good determinant of shaping
their entrepreneurial intent. Government assistance had no effect on shaping the
entrepreneurial intention of these women. The results of the survey also suggested
reconsidering the assistance provided by the Jordanian government, as there is no impact on
the formation of the entrepreneurial intention of these women.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

HaithamAlhnaity. (2020). THE EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION, ACCESS TO FINANCEAND GOVERNMENT ASSISTANT ON THE INTENTION TO BUSINESSSTART-UP; WOMEN IN DEBT CASE IN JORDAN . PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 3852 - 3872. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1501