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Entrepreneurial Intention among Undergraduates of Yangon University of Economics
- The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of personality traits on entrepreneurial intention among undergraduates of Yangon University of Economics. This study used a cross sectional design and quantitative approach. Data was collected from 278 students of 2018-2019 academic year using simple random sampling method through self-administered questionnaire to collect the data. After removing questionnaires with missing data, 263 questionnaires were finally taken into analysis. For data analysis, descriptive analysis and multiple liner regression analysis were used. Results showed that locus of control, need for achievement, propensity to take risk and innovativeness have a significant effect while tolerance for ambiguity and self-confidence have insignificant effect on entrepreneurial intention. Among the variables, it can be seen that need for achievement has the strongest effect on entrepreneurial intention.
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- THE MYANMAR JOURNAL ISSN 2383-6563