The Relationship Between Accounting Literacy Financial Literacy Financial Inclusion and Growth of Community Enterprises in Chainat Province

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Jirawan Plungpongpan


The purpose of this research was to analyze the relationship between accounting literacy, financial literacy, financial inclusion, and the growth of community enterprises in Chainat Province. This research is quantitative research. The 200 samples were community entrepreneurs in Chainat Province. using multi-stage. The community enterprises were selected by using cluster sampling and simple random sampling. Then, the respondents were selected by purposive sampling. A questionnaire was used as a tool for collecting data. Statistics used in data analysis were: 1) descriptive statistics: frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation; 2) Inferential statistics: path analysis.

The result of research found that the relationship between accounting literacy, financial literacy, financial inclusion with the growth of community enterprises in Chainat province and a model developed are in accordance with empirical data. The statistics showed that that c2 equals to .045, c2/df equals to .045, p-value equals to .831, GFI equals to 1.000, AGFI equals to .999 and RMSEA equals to .000. The results met the criteria for consideration on consistency at a good level. The results also showed that accounting literacy, financial literacy and financial inclusion have a positive direct relationship with the growth of community enterprises in Chainat province. In addition, accounting literacy is most related to the growth of community enterprises and indirectly related to financial inclusion as the mediate variable. The predictive coefficient was 0.39, indicating that the variables in the path analysis could explain the variance of the growth of community enterprises, Chainat province by 39 percent.

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Plungpongpan, J. (2023). The Relationship Between Accounting Literacy Financial Literacy Financial Inclusion and Growth of Community Enterprises in Chainat Province. Journal of Arts Management, 7(2), 402–419. Retrieved from
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Jirawan Plungpongpan, Management Science Faculty, Chandrakasem Rajabhat University




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