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Symposium on Social Capital: Introduction

  • Economics
  • Social Sciences


This symposium contains three papers that discuss aspects of social capital. Social capital has become a major focus of research in many social sciences. Its increased prominence in economics reflects a general increase in interest in questions that have traditionally been deemed sociological. Regardless of one"s opinion of social capital "per se", this broadening of questions addressed within economics has been very salutary. Copyright Royal Economic Society 2002

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