Entrepreneurial and innovative career orientation of students as predictors of intentions to engage in entrepreneurship
On May 28 Olga Abramova (Research Assistant, CSCR, HSE) took part in the "Culture matters" research seminar with the report "Entrepreneurial and innovative career orientation of students as predictors of intentions to engage in entrepreneurship".
Modern entrepreneurship involves innovation. However, entrepreneurship in the perception of students may not be associated with the introduction of a new one. The report examined the entrepreneurial and innovative career orientations of students as predictors of entrepreneurial intent. The results showed a direct connection between entrepreneurial orientation and entrepreneurial intention and an indirect connection between innovative career orientation and the intention to engage in entrepreneurship through innovative self-efficacy. In turn, student motivation did not show a significant connection with entrepreneurial intent.