THE EFFECTS OF SELF-LEARNING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, COMPETENCE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP ORIENTATION ON MICROBUSINESS PERFORMANCE IN THE SEPECIAL PROVINCE OF YOGYAKARTA
MUSTAFA EL QADRI, ZAINAL
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Abstract This research aims to empirically study the effect of self-learning, entrepreneurship competence, and entrepreneurship orientation on micro business performance in the special province of Yogyakarta. The research design used a quantitative approach through research instrument. The unit of analysis was 1,767 business units. The population of this microenterprise is individual; the number of samples in this study is 165. The data were gathered through face to face distribution by the researcher. Random sampling technique was used to collect the respondents of this study. The result of this study showed that all exogenous variables; self-learning, entrepreneurial competence, and entrepreneurial orientation have positive and significant effects on entrepreneurial behavior. All of these findings are proven by probability value < 0.05. The most significant influence is entrepreneurial orientation (0.504), and the second is entrepreneurial competency (0.466), and the lowest is self-learning (0.057). That is, the three exogenous variables can directly enhance entrepreneurial behavior. All exogenous variables, namely self-learning, entrepreneurial competence, and entrepreneurial orientation, do not affect the performance of micro-enterprises. All of these findings are proven by probability value < 0.05. That is, the three exogenous variables cannot directly improve the performance of micro-businesses. Since entrepreneurial behavior has a positive and significant direct effect on micro-business performance, all exogenous variables can indirectly improve micro-business performance through efforts to increase entrepreneurial action, which acts as a variable intervening.