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Social entrepreneurial intention: A systematic literature review and outlook

Author - Affiliation:
Bui Ngoc Tuan Anh - Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Vietnam
Pham Xuan Lan - University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Van Thi Hong Loan - Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Vietnam
Corresponding author: anh.bnt@ou.edu.vn

Since 2017, social entrepreneurial intention is a rapidly growing field of research. The research to explain the formation of intent to establish social enterprises be approached from many aspects, as well as based on different theoretical backgrounds. However, a large part of this study lacked systematization and classifications, and there seems to be a tendency to start anew with every study. Therefore, there should be an overview of current knowledge in this field. In this sense, this article does a literature review of social entrepreneurial intention. A total of 51/138 articles related to social entrepreneurship intentions searched from the Scopus database, published between 2006 and 2020, were analyzed. The purpose and contribution of this paper are to provide a clearer picture of the research approaches in social startup intent research. Several research gaps are identified in each of these approaches, with implications for researchers interested in filling these theoretical gaps.

social entrepreneurial intention; social entrepreneurship; systematic literature review

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