Data for: Internal Oriented Resources and Social Enterprises' Performance: How Can Social Enterprises Help Themselves Before Helping Others?

Published: 30 November 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/fcn3yzpyvx.1
Contributor:
Jeffrey Cheah

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All data were obtained from the social enterprises operating in Malaysia and Singapore, between 20 September and 19 October 2017. The potential threat such as common method bias was assessed by Harman's single factor and proven not apparent in this study. Consequent, the reliability, convergent validity and discriminant validity assessments of the measurement model showed all model evaluation criteria has been met. After ensuring the goodness of the measurement model, the structural model was examined on the collinearity statistics and evidence as not an issue. The hypotheses were examined through this structural model by using PLS-SEM analysis. The results provide empirical evidence to determine the significance of the relationships between all the variables. The path model delivered sufficiently high coefficients of determination (R2 values) of the dependent variables with a significance level of 1%. The predictive relevance (Q2 value) of the path model was indicated more than zero. These substantial values confirm the path model's predictive capabilities.

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