Authors: Khan A., Arafat M.Y., Raushan M.A., Saleem I., Dwivedi A.K.
Publication: International Conference on Sustainable Management, India
Tags: Intellectual Capital, India, Entrepreneurial Intention
Although the intellectual capital (IC) has already received much attention from the researchers in the field of innovation performance, there is still a paucity in the measuring the role of IC in venture creation. The present study is an attempt to examine the influence of IC on start-ups. In this study a large data set of 3360 respondents from India has been used. The data has been provided by the largest entrepreneurship research project GEM. A logistic regression technique has been applied to measure the influence of IC on the entrepreneurial intentions. It has been found that all the components of IC, Human Capital (HC), Structural Capital (SC) & Relational Capital (RC) have a positive and significant impact on the entrepreneurial intentions. To the best of our knowledge it is among the initial studies, which have examined the relationship between intellectual capital and entrepreneurial intentions. Only a few studies have already been done in developing countries like India by using a large data set.
Khan, Ahmed & Arafat, Mohd & Raushan, Mohd & Saleem, Imran & Dwivedi, A. (2018). Does Intellectual Capital affect the Venture Creation?.