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Table 1 Summary statistics of variables

From: Entrepreneurial interest and academic performance in Nigeria: evidence from undergraduate students in the University of Ibadan

Variables Mean Minimum Maximum
Engaged in entrepreneurship .32 0 1
Not engaged in entrepreneurship .68 0 1
Attitude: desire to be one’s own boss .98 0 1
Attitude: no desire to be one’s own boss .02 0 1
Subjective norm: favourable family support .812 0 1
Subjective norm: unfavourable family support .188 0 1
Subjective norm: friends support .836 0 1
Subjective norm: no support from friends .164 0 1
Perceived behavioural control: difficult to combine academics with entrepreneurship .532 0 1
Perceived behavioural control: not difficult to combine academics with entrepreneurship .468 0 1
Male .632 0 1
Female .368 0 1
Age in years (16–20) .432 0 1
Age in years (21–25) .524 0 1
Age in years (26–30) .036 0 1
Age in years (31 and above) .008 0 1
Hausa .004 0 1
Igbo .136 0 1
Yoruba .756 0 1
Others .104 0 1
Parents: self-employed .412 0 1
Parents: salary worker .40 0 1
Parents: unemployed .128 0 1
Parents: retired .06 0 1
Income less than ₦10,000 .26 0 1
Income ₦10,000 to ₦20,000 .532 0 1
Income ₦20,000 to ₦30,000 .156 0 1
Income above ₦30,000 .052 0 1
  1. Source: authors’ computation