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Table 1 Studies on factors affecting social entrepreneurial intentions

From: Development of a comprehensive model of social entrepreneurial intention formation using a quality tool

SNO. Author Year Number of factors Factors
1 Mair and Noboa 2005 6 Perception of desirability, perception of feasibility, propensity to act, support, opportunity creation, will power
2 Mair and Noboa 2006 6 Empathy, self-efficacy, perceived desirability, perceived feasibility, social support, moral judgment
3 Ryzin et al. 2009 9 Personality (extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, openness), social capital, human capital, attitude, background factors
4 Nga and Shanmuganathan 2010 5 Extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, openness
5 Prieto 2010 2 Proactive personality, hope
6 Urbano et al. 2010 4 Entrepreneurial and responsible social attitudes, social networks, new social values of a society, support mechanisms
7 Ernst 2011 6 Attitude towards becoming a social entrepreneur, social entrepreneurial social capital, perceived behavioral control on becoming a social entrepreneur, social entrepreneurial human capital, subjective norms on becoming a social entrepreneur, social entrepreneurial personality
8 Miller et al. 2012 5 Compassion, commitment to alleviate others’ suffering, perceived legitimacy, prosocial cost benefit analysis, integrative thinking
9 Prieto et al. 2012 7 Attitude, perceived behavior control, subjective norms, personality, critical pedagogy, mentors, social networks
10 Ayob et al. 2013 4 Empathy, exposure to social entrepreneurship, perceived desirability, perceived feasibility
11 Bosch 2013 5 Attitudes, perceived behavioral control, social norms, personal values (self-transcendence, conservation), personal values (self-enhancement, openness to change)
12 Orazio et al. 2013 6 Bonding social capital, bringing social capital, perceived desirability, perceived feasibility, previous business experience, previous self-job experience
13 Baierl et al. 2014 3 Perceived desirability, perceived feasibility, individual’s general social appraisal
14 Braga et al. 2014 5 Role models’ influence, altruism, volunteering associated with values, recognizing an opportunity, passion for entrepreneurial task
15 Chaudary and Fatima 2014 7 Agreeableness, conscientiousness, extraversion, neuroticism, openness, risk taking ability, leadership
16 Hayek et al. 2014 4 Attitude towards behavior, perceived behavioral control, subjective norms, personal norms
17 Jensen 2014 1 Social entrepreneurship education
18 Moorthy and Annalamalah 2014 5 Perceived self-efficacy, perceived desirability, perceived feasibility, propensity to act, perceived social norms
19 Yiu et al. 2014 4 Rural poverty experience, unemployment experience, perceived social status, entrepreneurs’ educational levels
20 Chipeta 2015 5 Attitude towards entrepreneurship, attitude towards entrepreneurship education/university environment, perceived behavioral control, proactive personality, risk-taking propensity
21 Hockerts 2013 4 Self-efficacy, moral obligation, experience, perceived social support
22 Hockerts 2017 4 Empathy, Self-efficacy, Moral Obligation, Social Support
23 Irengun and Erikboga 2015 5 Extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, openness
24 Kedmenec et al. 2015 5 Moral judgment competence, compassionate love, creativity, proactivity, hardship in life
25 Moon and Koh 2015 5 Compassion, appreciation of non-monetary compensation, perceived entrepreneurial ability, perceived meaningfulness, prosocial motivation
26 Sekliuckiene and Kisileus 2015 4 Individual, organizational: innovation management, contextual factors, social entrepreneurship initiative opportunity identification and evaluation
27 Yang et al. 2015 4 Behavioral attitude, perceived behavioral control, subjective norms, culture
28 Chipeta et al. 2016 5 Attitude towards entrepreneurship, attitude towards entrepreneurship education/university environment, perceived behavioral control, proactive personality, risk taking propensity
29 Mthombeni 2016 10 Self-efficacy, desire to innovate to solve for pain points, change maker (motivation to bring about change at the local, institutional and global level, extrinsic rewards not primary driver, goal setting theory—reaching set goals, mastery, need for achievement, need for autonomy, purpose, empowering beneficiaries as a motivation
30 Ong’ato 2016 4 Personal attitude, perceived behavioral control, subjective norms, entrepreneurial environmental factors
31 Politis et al. 2016 9 Personal attitude, creativity and problem solving, perceived behavioral control, propensity to risk, subjective norm, leadership and communication skills (locus of control)—type of thinking, need for achievement, preference for autonomy and independence, feelings of benevolence
32 Tran and Krflesch 2016 10 Agreeableness, conscientiousness, social entrepreneurial self-efficacy, extraversion, neuroticism, openness, role models, perceived support, education or entrepreneurship training, social entrepreneurial outcome expectations
33 Wilton 2016 5 Empathy, self-efficacy, exposure to social business, perceived desirability, perceived feasibility
34 Arroyo et al. 2017 7 Entrepreneurial attitude, entrepreneurial self-efficacy, financial returns interest, social innovation orientation, social vision, subjective norms, sustainable values
35 Chinchilla and Garcia 2017 3 Entrepreneurship training, mindfulness orientation, social volunteering
36 Chipeta and Surujlal 2017 5 Attitude towards entrepreneurship, attitude towards entrepreneurship education, perceived behavioral control, proactive personality, risk taking propensity
37 Ip and Liang 2017 5 Agreeableness, conscientiousness, extraversion, neuroticism, openness to experiences
38 Ip et al. 2017 9 Agreeableness, bonding social capital, bridging social capital, conscientiousness, extraversion, neuroticism, openness to experiences, originality, usefulness
39 Liu et al. 2017 9 Agreeableness, bonding social capital, bridging social capital, conscientiousness, extraversion, neuroticism, openness to experiences, originality, usefulness
40 Liu et al. 2017b 5 Empathy, social entrepreneurial self-efficacy, moral obligation, prior experience with social problems, perceived social support
41 Prabhu et al. 2017 6 Social entrepreneurial self-efficacy, proactive personality, concern for social problems, determinism, life satisfaction, perseverance
42 Tiwari et al. 2017 6 Attitude towards becoming a social entrepreneur, creativity, moral obligation, perceived behavioral control, subjective norms, emotional intelligence
43 Tiwari et al. 2017b 4 Attitude towards becoming a social entrepreneur, perceived behavioral control, subjective norms, cognitive style