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Research Methodology Presentation

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Teh Su Ling

on 29 April 2013

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ANOVA An exploratory study on why entrepreneur graduates choose not to become an entrepreneur after graduation. Lack of social networking
There are few studies shows that aversion to risk was a barrier to entrepreneurship (Wang and Wong, 2004; Lane, 2002; Scott and Twomey, 1988; Henderson and Robertson, 1999).
As we know, social networking is very important so start up a new business. Social networking may be particularly significant in the early stages of a start-up where internal resources are frequently very limited (Jones and Jayawarna, 2010). Aversion to stress and hard work Uncertainty will create the anxiety and stress among the entrepreneur graduates that are related to entrepreneur career. Aversion to risk Group 4
Chong Kok Chun
Paing Chee Shian
Chua Hua Thiam
Teh Su Ling Lack of resources Some of the critical resources that impact the success of start-ups include financial capital, access to markets and availability of information (Deakins et al., 1997; Basu, 1998; Ven et al., 2007; Szilagyi and Schweiger, 1984). Fear of failure The biggest reason that the majority of people do not go into business is the fear that they will fail (Business Venture Advice, 2007). Why Entrepreneur Graduates Choose Not to become Entrepreneurs Aversion to stress and
hard work Aversion to Risk Lack of Social Networking Lack of Resources Fear of Failure Intention to be Entrepreneur Independent Variables Dependent Variable A proposed conceptual framework for entrepreneurial intention Interval Scale: Post Hoc Test
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