FINANCIAL BEHAVIOR AND SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF SANTRI ENTREPRENEURS
This study aims to analyze the relationship between financial behavior and subjective well-being from the perspective of student entrepreneurs. This research uses qualitative methods with a multisite case study approach. The study participants consisted of a group of student entrepreneurs operating in several different locations. The research data were obtained through in-depth interviews, participatory observation, and analysis of related documents. The results of data analysis show that financial behavior has a significant influence on the subjective well-being of student entrepreneurs. Factors such as effective financial management, wise decision making, and a positive attitude towards risk have a positive impact on their subjective well-being. In addition, contextual factors such as social, cultural, and religious environment also influence the relationship between financial behavior and subjective well-being. The findings of this study provide important insights for the development of financial education and student entrepreneurship coaching, as well as contribute to a better understanding of the factors that influence subjective well-being in the context of student entrepreneurship.
Financial Behavior, Subjective Wellbeing, Santri Entrepreneur.