Measuring the Impact of Venture Financing on Entrepreneurship and Job Creation: A Case Study of Sindh

Nawaz Ahmad, Imamuddin Khoso

Abstract


This study analyses the total jobs created as the result of entrepreneurial activity as well as total entrepreneurs establish each year. The significance of entrepreneurship in the job market is well recognized by researchers, policymakers, analyst and different authors. Different methods are used to collect data related to these variables such as for total university pass-out students, secondary data from bureau of statistics; entrepreneurial intention data from questionnaire and for exit of entrepreneur’s data from expert opinion. Data analysis techniques also differed since for university pass-outs growth model; entrepreneurial intention one sample t test and for exit of entrepreneurs content analysis are conducted. Variables were then added to final mathematical model to extract the total entrepreneurs and jobs created by them each year. The result obtained is very encouraging as for first year 33,8827 jobs are recorded, which keeps on increasing and reaches a respectable figure of 3,035,229.26 by 2018.


Keywords


Turnover intention, affective commitment, distributive justice, Job Satisfaction, POS, Business Schools, Karachi, Pakistan

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