IMPACT OF PRIOR WORK EXPERIENCE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION AND THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR IN CONTEXT OF PAKISTAN.
Title: IMPACT OF PRIOR WORK EXPERIENCE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION AND THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR IN CONTEXT OF PAKISTAN
Author: Li Wen Yuan, Sikandar Ali Qalati, Shuja Iqbal, Hamdaoui Hind, and Shaibu Ali.
Description: The present study aims to investigate the impact of prior work experience influence on the entrepreneurial intention in the context of Pakistan. Where 58% population lies in the age of 20-30 years, 45 % people hold master degree. 58% people have experience in private firms. The sample of 438, represents the population of Pakistan. Study used the partial least square structural equation modelling software (PLS-SEM) 3.2.7, and the techniques used involves PLS Algorithm, Bootstrapping, scales used witnessed by using Fornell- Larcker validity and most sensitive techniques heterotrait-monotrait (HTMT) ratio of correlation. The study constructed the four hypothesis in light of recent literature along with the theoretical support. Moreover, study founded the positive relationship between prior work experiences, with entrepreneurial intention. In addition, components of the theory of planned behavior also played a significant role.