Empoderar el Emprendimiento Femenino Universitario
Keywords:Entrepreneurial intention, women entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial attitude
In Latin America, university entrepreneurial education must adapt to the new context of the 4th Revolution and encourage women's entrepreneurial intention. The objective was to analyze the challenge of universities in the promotion of women's EIs so that they have a positive impact, and undertake as a career choice. An analysis based on structural equations was performed to measure its impact on entrepreneurial intention. The most relevant result: Personal Attitude, Perceived Internal Control, Family and University Contexts have a significant and direct effect on the entrepreneurial intention of university students.
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