- Volume 11 Issue 5 Serial No. 43
Despite intensive inquiry, we still know relatively little about the entrepreneurship. The lack of progress in entrepreneurship may be due to the theories and methods used to identify those characteristics. But the appropriate approach for studying entrepreneurial behavior remains contentious. This study model used three themes (achievement motivation, risk-taking propensity, and preference for innovation) in order to measure a proclivity for entrepreneurship. In this study there was a significant difference in the plan for venture creation and the confidence for venture creation between high-entrepreneurship group and low-entrepreneurship group. In addition, It is found that proclivity for entrepreneurship is significantly related to create new venture and to build up confidence regarding venture creation.