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Influence of Gender on Entrepreneurial Intentions among Business Management Students

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 54 Issue 3

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Swaranjeet Arora and Shakuntla Jain | Author(s) Affiliation: Associate Prof., Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore (M.P.), India.
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Abstract

generation is considered as an important resource as future entrepreneurs by bringing innovations directly or indirectly to productivity. Hence, entrepreneurial intentions among students are of great concern. Being male or female involves a gender selfconceptualization, derived to a great extent from taking on gender roles. This self- conceptualization also induces career-related psychological variables. The present study aims at identifying entrepreneurial intentions among male and female students. Hence, present investigation was undertaken to compare entrepreneurial intentions of male and female students of public and private management institutes in India. The study was based on primary data and respondents were selected from postgraduate students perusing management studies. The result indicated that there is a difference in the level of entrepreneurial intention between male and female students.

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