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Entrepreneurship or Employment? A Survey of College Students’ Sustainable Entrepreneurial Intentions
Entrepreneurial Intention of Chinese Students Studying at
Universities in the Community of Madrid
Entrepreneurial intention is one of the most representative indicators of entrepreneurship action. The Chinese community has an increasing presence in the community of Madrid both in the educational field and in the business field. This paper studies the relationship between different socioeconomic and cultural variables and the entrepreneurial intention of Chinese students studying at universities in the community of Madrid. As a methodology, an analysis based on the application of structural equation modeling (SEM) has been chosen, since it is an exploratory analysis where this type of data has not been previously identified. The results show that subjective norms, the perception of control, and the motives of entrepreneurship have a positive and significant relationship with entrepreneurial intention. In contrast, the attitude toward entrepreneurship, gender, previous work experiences, and the existence of entrepreneurial parents do not have a significant relationship with entrepreneurial intention.
Keywords: entrepreneur; entrepreneurship; entrepreneurial intention; Chinese students; community of Madrid; entrepreneurship education
José Luis Montes Botella
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
MDPI Journal Sustainability (MDPI)
Aportado por: José Carlos Sánchez García