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Entrepreneurship: Theory, P

: This study aims to assess attitudes and entrepreneurial behavior by
analyzing the causal relationships of entrepreneurial commitment, entrepreneurial
intentions, entrepreneurial competence, and self-efficacy. The student population
within the scope of Faculty of Economics, State University of Makassar is 450 people
obtained by using survey method then as many as 212 students as sample by using
Slovin formula. Data collection techniques used questionnaires and analyzed using
structural equation modeling (SEM). The analysis showed that there was not a
significant direct effect on the efficacy of self-commitment to entrepreneurship.
Furthermore, there is an indirect effect on the efficacy of self-commitment to
entrepreneurship through entrepreneurial intentions. While there was no indirect
effect of entrepreneurial commitment to self-efficacy through entrepreneurial
competence. Conclusion from the analysis is the level of confidence of students to
become entrepreneurs is determined by the commitment to entrepreneurship through
entrepreneurial intentions.