Developing social entrepreneurship: a study of community perception in Indonesia
Nowadays, the understanding of social entrepreneurship is still diverse. This study aims to create a model of social entrepreneurship and the factors shaping it. The results of this study indicated that there was a direct, positive influence of the organizational environment, social environment, individual characteristic, experience, and family demands for entrepreneurship, while the economic environment, education and training had no significant influence on the entrepreneurship. Furthermore, the results of the analysis proved that the organizational environment, variables, social environment, economic environment, individual characteristic, education and training, experience, and family demands indirectly influenced the social entrepreneurship through entrepreneurship variables as the intervening variables, except for the economic environment variable. The research method used was Structural Equation Model (SEM). SEM is a multivariate analysis used to analyze the relationships between variables in a complex manner. Authors used non-probabilistic sampling with 320 respondents. Authors strive to examine the role of government in providing capital, and universities in creating new social entrepreneurs that contribute to the tightening of social problems in the further research.
entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, Indonesia
M14 , M20
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