There is a death of research examining the phenomenon of entrepreneurial mindset in the context of young, enterprising women residing in rural, regional, and remote (RRR) regions, who according to the literature are the most itinerant cohort for employment opportunities in Australia (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2016). As such this study will fill a theoretical and practical gap. The objective of this research is to firstly examine from the perspective of young RRR enterprising women, the impact of their attitudes towards entrepreneurial behaviour, subjective norms (including subjective leadership environment) and perceived behavioural control on their entrepreneurial mindset. Secondly, to examine the impact of entrepreneurial mindset on their intentions to engage in entrepreneurial behaviour.
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