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Horvath Zsuzsanna
Entrepreneurial self-efficacy mediates career calling and entrepreneurial interest
Prace Naukowe / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach. Challenges for marketing in 21st century, 2017, s. 71-84, tab.,rys., bibliogr.49 poz.
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Przedsiębiorstwo, Kariera zawodowa
Enterprises, Professional career
The purpose of this paper is to extend the understanding of contextual vari- ables that impact the decision to choose the entrepreneurial career. The study used the social cognitive career theory to test hypotheses that calling, selfefficacy, and outcome expectations directly predict entrepreneurial interest. Furthermore, it was hypothesised that self-efficacy and outcome expectations would mediate the effects of calling on entrepreneurial interest. The research design used retrofitting techniąue relying on archive dataset. The Hungarian data fforn the Global University Entrepreneurial Spirit Students Survey were used (N = 5677). PLS-SEM Modelling to explore how calling predicts entrepreneurial interest. Modelling by partial least sąuares found evidence for the direct relations, but an indirect relation via self-efficacy only. This study demonstrates the rele- vance of self-efficacy and calling to entrepreneurial interest. Implications for theory are presented with respect to the relationship between calling and outcome expectations. Promoting the entrepreneurial career especially among graduates is a global trend. The findings of the study imply that educating and training graduates by presenting successful entrepreneurial career models would be incremental to the process. This study is a pioneer work to explore the link between calling and the entrepreneurial interest. (fragment of text)
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