This study aims to examine the drivers of sustainable entrepreneurship intention (SEI) among university students in Pakistan.Design/methodology/approachA survey-based methodology was used to collect the data from the participants. Further, this study used covariance-based structural equation modeling to test the proposed hypotheses.FindingsThe findings of this study confirm that the model of sustainable entrepreneurship is effective as it explains 83% variance to predict SEI among the students.Originality/valueThis research has contributed to the literature of sustainable entrepreneurship and proposed valuable insights in understanding the influence of sustainability education, sustainability attitude, self-efficacy and self-identity on SEI.
On the Horizon – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 4, 2021
Keywords: Self-efficacy; Sustainability education; Self-identity; Sustainability attitude; Sustainable entrepreneurial intention
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