Entrepreneurial Competence, Entrepreneurial Motivation, Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy on Entrepreneurial Intention: Evidence Gen Z Student Indonesia
Keywords:Entrepreneurial Intention; Entrepreneurial Motivation; Entrepreneurial Competence.
This research aims to investigate and explore the impact of entrepreneurial Competence (EC), entrepreneurial Motivation (EM), and entrepreneurial self-efficacy (ESE) on entrepreneurial Intention (EI) among Generation Z (Gen Z) students in Indonesia. The research method uses explanatory research with a quantitative approach. The research population of Generation Z students in Indonesia is 7,800,000 students. The research sample was 1119 students using the snowball sampling technique. Data was obtained from respondents' answers to a closed questionnaire given via an online platform. The research results show that 1) EC has a significant positive impact on EM. 2) EM has a significant positive impact on EI. 3) EM has a significant positive impact on ESE. 4) ESE has a significant positive impact on EI. 5) EC indirectly impacts EI through EM. The research conclusion is that the overall role of entrepreneurial variables in Gen Z can provide positive opportunities for this generation to open a business in the future. The research results can be used as new knowledge for the government to make Gen Z policies in Indonesia.