Factors Affecting the Islamic Entrepreneurial Intentions: A Case Study in Bangladesh
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This paper highlights the overall situation of Islamic organizations in our country and examines the factors the influence the Islamic Entrepreneurial Intentions based on the primary survey in Dhaka city. The empirical method uses experimental survey to collect the sample of 200 individuals from the study areas during the months of December, 2018 and January, 2019.The study employs descriptive statistics, correlation Analysis, ANOVA test and path Analysis to Analyze the data. The study shows that the number of Islamic Organizations are increasing day by day in our country. The result of this study implies that factors (Empathy, Moral obligations, Islamic Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy, perceived social Support) affecting the Islamic Entrepreneurial Intentions and the relationship between the variables are positive based on correlation Analysis.
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