That is, a higher score in the ACEMP scale, higher perceived preparation, and a higher score in the motivation scale imply a higher probability of considering the creation of a business desirable.
Although we selected three variables to explain the temporal aspect of the tendency towards business creation (TEM), only two of them were statistically significant at the individual level, the score in the ACEMP scale and perceived preparation.
Again, the variable with the greatest explanatory strength of the behavioral component of the attitude was the ACEMP score, showing that people who score high on this scale are 1.5 to 6.6 times more likely to create a new business.
In terms of the variables related to attitude towards business creation, we observed that the score on the ACEMP entrepreneurial attitudes scale was a good predictor of all the dimensions of the tendency towards business creation.
Besides the ACEMP score and the degree of perceived preparation, which are common factors to all three dimensions of entrepreneurship dealt with in this study, we also observed that the desirability of business creation is related to a motivational aspect and to the quantity of obstacles (viability) perceived by the person.
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