Abstract

The empirical study for influential factors of internet entrepreneurship intentions of Chinese university students

Author(s): Lin Xi, Zhao Yongle

Taking the 480 university students as the test sample, made them fill in the questionnaires of influential factors of internet entrepreneurship intentions of Chinese university students (Including five scales). Separately using the Independent-Samples T Test and the one-way ANOVA to analyze the data obtained from the investigation, the study found that the categorical variables consisting of gender, year, major and household register obviously affect the internet entrepreneurship intentions of Chinese university students. Besides, executing the multiple linear regression analysis for the five predictable factors containing prior knowledge, social network, school factors and social factors used in predicting the intentions, the study got the standardized regression equation of the five predictable factors and one calibration variable and found that the five predictable factors all produced obvious effect on the calibration variable.


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