EFFECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION AS AN ENTREPRENEURIAL PERSONALITY TRAIT MODEL UNDER ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION FOR THE FUTURE IN SURABAYA
Sienatra, Krismi Budi
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Entrepreneurship is an important sector that sustains a country’s economic growth. Entrepreneurs must have entrepreneurial personality traits which are obtained from formal education. The purpose of this research is to analyze the effects of entrepreneurial personality traits that consist of self-efficacy, proactive personality, and locus of control and entrepreneurship education as a moderating variable on entrepreneurial intention. The population in this research include active business management students in Surabaya. Accidental sampling technique enables the researchers to get the total samples of 152 people by distributing questionnaires. The research method is multiple linear regression whose goal is to find out the effects of the independent variables on the dependent variable. Meanwhile, determination coefficient analysis is employed to find out the effect of the moderating variable. The results of the multiple linear regression analysis show that self-efficacy, proactive personality, and locus of control significantly effect on entrepreneurial intention. The results of this research also show that entrepreneurship education is able to moderate selfefficacy on entrepreneurial intention.