Cognitive Factors and Effects on Business Performance of Entrepreneurs in Small and Medium Construction Enterprises in Phnom Penh, The Kingdom of Cambodia

ผู้แต่ง

  • Kuchseyla Ly Student in Master of Business Administration in Business Management Strategies, Faculty of Management Sciences, Surindra Rajabhat University
  • Chonnatcha Kungwansupaphan Assistant Professor in Master of Business Administration in Business Management Strategies, Faculty of Management Sciences, Surindra Rajabhat University

คำสำคัญ:

Cambodian Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurial Motivation, Perceived Success Factors, Perceived Constraints, Business Performance

บทคัดย่อ

Cognitive factors of entrepreneurs include entrepreneurial motivation, perceived success factors and perceived constraints.  It is vital to focus on the entrepreneurial motivation, perceived success factors and perceived constraints of small and medium construction enterprises in Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia, for sustained and equitable development and creating employments and skills. Also, it is important to acknowledge what effect entrepreneurial motivation, perceived success factors and perceived constraints might have on business performance of small and medium construction enterprises. This research studied the effect of entrepreneurial motivation, perceived success factors and perceived constraints on business performance of small and medium construction enterprises in Phnom Penh. The researchers used multiple linear regression and test the hypotheses using questionnaire data gathered from 234 small and medium construction enterprises. The present research showed that entrepreneurial motivation and perceived success factors positively affect business performance of small and medium construction enterprises in Cambodia in a significant level, while perceived constraints showed a negative effect but not in a significant level. Therefore, business performance of small and medium construction enterprises in Phnom Penh, the Kingdom of Cambodia depends greatly on entrepreneurs’ motivations and perceived success factors.

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2021-04-14