نتایج جستجو برای Social Capital

تعداد نتایج: 328263  
2012
Hsieh-Hua Yang, Fen Fen Huang, Yi-Horng Lai, Hung-Jen Yang, Jui-Chen Yu,

The burgeoning interest in social capital within the technology community represents a welcome move towards a concern for the social elements of technological adaptation and capacity. Since technology plays an ever larger role in our daily life, it is necessary to articulate social capital and its relationship to technological literacy. A nationwide data was collected by area sampling, and posi...

2008
Paul S. Adler, Seok-Woo Kwon,

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2013
Ivan Light, Léo-Paul Dana,

Our research begins with a theoretical critique of the social capital literature, and then focuses on Old Harbor, Alaska. In this remote outpost, mainly populated by Alutiiq people, all entrepreneurs self-identified as Euro-Americans or multi-ethnic, not Alutiiq. Although Alutiiq people have abundant social capital, which they employed for economic purposes, they did not employ their social cap...

Journal: :Information Technology and Management 2009
Matthew S. Smith, Christophe G. Giraud-Carrier, Nathan Purser,

Social networks are typically constructed based on explicit and well-defined relationships among individuals. In this paper, we describe another class of social networks, known as Implicit Affinity Networks (IANs), where links are implicit in the patterns of natural affinities among individuals. An effective mathematical formulation of social capital based on implicit and explicit connections i...

1999
John Maluccio, Lawrence Haddad, Bob Baulch, Michael Carter, David Coady, Stefan Dercon, John Hoddinott,

The goal of this paper is to determine the nature of the causal relationship between "social capital," as measured by household membership in formal and informal groups and household welfare in South Africa. Using a recently collected panel data set in South Africa's largest province, we estimate per capita expenditure functions and find a positive and significant impact of household-level soci...

2005
Daniel S. Brisson, Charles L. Usher,

Social capital has recently become a guiding theoretical framework for family interventions in low-income neighborhoods. In the context of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Making Connections initiative, this research uses hierarchical linear modeling to examine how neighborhood characteristics and resident participation affect bonding social capital in low-income neighborhoods. Findings demonstr...

2002
Linda F. Edelman, Mike Bresnen, Sue Newell, Harry Scarbrough, Jacky Swan,

Recently, there has been a shift in the way management scholars view the firm, from more traditional models that are based on ideas of opportunism and market failure (Williamson, 1975), to newer knowledge-based theories that argue for a more socialized perspective (Kogut & Zander, 1992). One of the key components of these theories is the notion of social capital. Social capital is the set of re...

Journal: :CEJOR 2014
Stefan Wrzaczek,

In the constructed capital model, the steady state is derived under the assumption that each individual behaves optimally. Contrasting to this decentralized approach, in this paper we derive the first-best outcome a central planner would choose. The results show that catastrophic agglomeration is socially not optimal, irrespective of the level of trade barriers. Furthermore, the differences in ...

2001
Markus M. Möbius,

Social capital is embedded in social networks. For the purpose of these notes, I use the terms social capital and social networks interchangeably. At the most basic level it is useful to think of social capital in a supply-demand framework. Individual agents have some demand for social capital. More precisely, agents have demand for the services provided by social capital such as having access ...

2000
JOHN C. HAMBOR,

Much controversy has developed recently over capital formation and the claim that the eocial security system has reduced savings and a3 a reeult the potential for economic growth in this country. Concerned that there was much misunderstanding with respect to the subject, the Comm483ioner of Social Security asked the Ofice of Reeearch and Statietics to make a presentation to top-level stag to cl...

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