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Table 2 Logit estimates of determinants of entrepreneurial interest (reference category is no interest in entrepreneurship)

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

Variable Estimates
Subjective norm: not encouraged by family or friends is the reference category
 Encouraged by family 0.99b (0.018)
 Encouraged by friends 0.60 (0.136)
Perceived behavioural control: no difficulty in combining business and academics is the reference category
 Difficult −0.63b (0.021)
Gender: female is the reference category
 Male 0.03 (0.902)
Age in years: above 30 years is the reference category
 16–20 −0.99c (0.001)
 21–25 0.92c (0.001)
 26–30 0.06 (0.930)
Ethnic group: Hausa is the reference category
 Igbo −0.68 (0.130)
 Yoruba 0.59a (0.084)
 Others −0.5 (0.307)
Parents’ occupation: retired is the reference category
 Self-employed 0.91c (0.001)
 Salary worker 0.80c (0.006)
 Unemployed −0.80a (0.092)
Income: above ₦31,000 is the reference category
 Less than ₦10,000 −0.27 (0.388)
 ₦10,000–₦20,000 0.48a (0.076)
 ₦21,000–₦30,000 0.60a (0.094)
 Constant 14.55 (0.982)
 Diagnostics  
LR chi2 (16) = 49.84 prob. > chi2 = 0.0000  
Pseudo R2 = 0.1610  
Observation 245  
  1. Source: authors’ computation
  2. Marginal effects of coefficients are reported with z-values in bracket
  3. Superscript letters indicate statistical significance at 1, 5 and 10%, respectively