COMPARATIVE STUDY IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTENTION BETWEEN ECONOMICS AND BUSINNESS FACULTY OF MERCU BUANA UNIVERSITY AND ECONOMIC AND COMMUNICATION FACULTY OF BINA NUSANTARA UNIVERSITY

Authors

  • Siti Rohmawati , M. Havidz Aima , Hernawati W.R. Wiratih , Ikramina Larasati Hazrati Havidz

Abstract

The condition of employment in Indonesia needs serious concern due to the high number of
educated unemployed people. The high rate of unemployed people is also caused by the
number of higher education alumni who prefer to be employees then entrepreneurs. One of
the alternatives to suppress the number of unemployment and increase the employment is by
having entrepreneurship through the entrepreneurship education. In this case, Mercu Buana
University (UMB) and Bina Nusantara University (BINUS) are universities in Indonesia
providing the entrepreneurship education. To know the difference of entrepreneurial intention
models and the effects of internal and external factors on entrepreneurial intention mediated
by entrepreneurial cognition, the present study was conducted. This quantitative study tests
the measurement models and structural models using software SmartPLS 3.2.7 version and
SPSS. Then, it is found that (1) inter-model, the model of entrepreneurial intention of UMB
is not significantly different from BINUS; (2) intra-model, the internal and external factors
positively, significantly influence the entrepreneurial cognition, but they do not significantly
influence the entrepreneurial intention of both UMB and BINUS; (3) the entrepreneurial
cognition significantly influences the entrepreneurial intention and significantly mediates the internal and external factors of entrepreneurial intention of both UMB and BINUS. 

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Published

2020-11-02

How to Cite

Siti Rohmawati , M. Havidz Aima , Hernawati W.R. Wiratih , Ikramina Larasati Hazrati Havidz. (2020). COMPARATIVE STUDY IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTENTION BETWEEN ECONOMICS AND BUSINNESS FACULTY OF MERCU BUANA UNIVERSITY AND ECONOMIC AND COMMUNICATION FACULTY OF BINA NUSANTARA UNIVERSITY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 11374 - 11394. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2932