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The Effect of Social Capital on Social Entrepreneurial Intention among Vietnamese Students

This study develops the model to estimate the links between social capital;social entrepreneurial self-efficacy;perceived desirability and social entrepreneurial intention. Besides exploring the direct impacts of social capital;social entrepreneurial self-efficacy;and perceived desirability on social entrepreneurial intention;this study also focus on discovering the mediating roles of perceived desirability and social entrepreneurial self-efficacy on this relationship. Throughout adopting measures from some previous studies;the authors design the questionnaires and distribute to students in Vietnam. The study presents some demographic information of 289 students;who are studying at university and colleges in Vietnam. Then;the validity and reliability of scales are assessed using the value of Cronbach’s alpha;Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) and Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA). In addition;by utilizing the structural modeling structure (SEM);the authors show that social capital plays the important role in shaping social entrepreneurial self-efficacy;perceived desirability;and social entrepreneurial intention. Interestingly;besides the direct effects on social entrepreneurial intention;perceived desirability and social entrepreneurial self-efficacy also mediate the correlation between social capital and social entrepreneurial intention. Also;with the interesting findings of the study;the authors propose several recommendations for policy-makers;educators and academics to promote the social entrepreneurship and innovation among Vietnamese students.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Research Methods and Materials

4. Results

5. Conclusions

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