Understanding Entrepreneurial Intention of Vocational High School Students in Indonesia

Eko Prasetyo


The present study aims to analyze the entrepreneurial intentions (EI) of students by using theory of planed behavior (TPB) as the underlying thinking framework. The role of entrepreneurial attitude (EA) and entrepreneurial self-efficacy (ESE) as mediators also analyzed. 302 students from five vocational high schools in Indonesia were involved as participants. Mediating role of EA and ESE statistically analyzed by followed Hayes (2018.) EI was statistically significant shaped by entrepreneurial personal motivation (EPM), EA, and ESE. EA and ESE were statistically significant as mediators of EPM towards EI. This finding can be used as preliminary diagnosis of entrepreneurship education program in vocational high school in Indonesia. Entrepreneurship teaching should consider that raise EPM is an important aspect for raising EI.

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