Sense of entitlement shapes students’ entrepreneurial intention

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Jinxiu Sun
Milad T. Jannesari
Haiqin Yao
Jianzhuang Zheng
Wenwu Xie
Chaoyan Wu
Cite this article:  Sun, J., Jannesari, M., Yao, H., Zheng, J., Xie, W., & Wu, C. (2022). Sense of entitlement shapes students’ entrepreneurial intention. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 50(1), e10489.


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We examined the effect of sense of entitlement on students’ entrepreneurial intention, and assessed attitude toward entrepreneurship as a mediator and authenticity as a moderator of this relationship. Data were collected from 265 Chinese undergraduate students. The effect of sense of entitlement on participants’ entrepreneurial intention was supported. In addition, attitude mediated the link between the sense of entitlement and entrepreneurial intention, and authenticity moderated this link. We explored how participants’ sense of entitlement that stems from personality traits relates to their entrepreneurial intention, and our results have implications for improvement of entrepreneurial intention and practice.

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