Achievement Motivation, Gender and Entrepreneurial Ability
The study examined the influence of achievement motivation on entrepreneurial abilities using the factorial analysis that considered also whether sex differences account for differential entrepreneurial abilities. 668 students (male=312 female=356) drawn from two Universities were sampled. The achievement motivation questionnaire (AMQ) and Entrepreneurial abilities scale (EAS) were administered and data collected analyzed. The outcome shows that sex plays no significant role in entrepreneurial abilities. Achievement motivation correlates significantly (r = 0.12, df = 666) with entrepreneurial abilities and has significant influence on entrepreneurial abilities (F (1/651) = 15.08, p
Volume (Year): 3 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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