Abasyn Journal of Social Sciences. Vol.6, No.1

Empirical Analysis of Entrepreneurial Intentions: A case of Kabul Based Business Students

Syed Umar Farooq1, Kalimullah Khan2

1Professor, Kardan University, Kabul, Afghanistan.
2Assistant Professor, Kardan University, Kabul, Afghanistan

Present study explores the Kabul based business students’ views of entrepreneurial intentions. Quantitative research methodology was applied with close-ended questionnaire method.  Population selected for this study was 264 students of final semester of Business Administration, Computer science and Economics at Kardan Institute of Higher Education, Kabul Afghanistan. Present research study founds that predicted variables, (professional attraction, entrepreneurial capabilities, self-reliance, selfindependence & network support) shows the  significant role in entrepreneurial intention of business students of Kabul Afghanistan and concludes that predicted variables explain 57% variance significantly in criterion variable. Findings of the study cannot be generalized, and should be related to business students’ views of entrepreneurship; the large sample size will help more to draw the real picture of phenomena in Afghanistan.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial intentions, Students’ views, Afghanistan




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