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Title: Model Kewirausahaan Sosial: Studi Persepsi Masyarakat terhadap Wirausahawan Sosial
Authors: Utomo, Hardi
Keywords: social entrepreneurship;entrepeneurship;organizational environment;social environment;economic environment;individual character;education and training;experience;and family demands
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Doktor Ilmu Manajemen Program Pascasarjana UKSW
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to prove inconsistencies of previous research viewing entrepreneurship as a separate part of social entrepreneurship (McMullen, 2011), on the other hand Estrin et al (2013) show that the higher number of commercial entrepreneurs within a country, linkage with the higher number of social entrepreneurs, so it can be concluded that there is a link between commercial entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship. This inconsistencies becomes a reaserch gap in this research. This study also aims to build a model of social entrepreneurship and the factors that shape it. This research is conducted to know the influence of organization environment, social environment variable, economic environment variable, individual character, education and training variable, experience, and family demand toward social entrepreneurship both directly and indirectly through entrepreneurial variable as intervening variable. The methodology approach of this research used Structural Equation Model (SEM). Sampling technique is done using non probabilistic sampling with Quota sampling method with 320 respondents. Findings - Based on the research that has been done, it is found that the direct influence of organizational environment, social environment, individual character, experience, and family demand is significant and positive to entrepreneurship, while the economic environment and education and training have no significant effect on entrepreneurship. The analysis results also state that all variables have a direct influence on social entrepreneurship, except organizational environment variables. Based on the analysis result that all the variables have no indirect effect to social entrepreneurship. While based on the second model of Social Entrepreneurship, the results of the analysis prove that organizational environment variables, social environment, economic environment, individual character, education and training, experience, and family demands affect indirectly to social entrepreneurship through entrepreneurial variables as intervening variables, economy. The Novelty of this study is aimed at fulfilling a model of social entrepreneurship, both the shaping and the influencing factors. Further research should be directed to examine the role of the government in the provision of capital, and the university in creating new entrepreneurs who contribute to solving emerging social problems.
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