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Social Capital

Valuable personal and business connections between people and organizations. Social capital can enhance or even create success for a person or company. For example, a person may use his social capital by contacting friends and former colleagues to procure a job. Likewise, a company may use the collective social capital of its management to attract clients. See also: Networking.

social capital

see INFRASTRUCTURE.
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Social capital is the social linkage that enables a person to take action to achieve the desired goal (Putnam in Narayan and Cassidy, 2001) or ".
The speaker argues that the impact of social capital on financial development can be either positive or negative but researchers often neglect the negative effects.
However, entrepreneurs' internal and external social capital could be negatively related to firms' innovation behavior.
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These findings support the belief that the creation and utilization of stocks of social capital increase the efficiency of microfinance operations (Bastelaer, 1999a, 1999b; Bhatt & Tang, 1998; Ghatak, 2002; Ghatak & Guinnane, 1999; Larance, 1998; Rankin, 2002).
They cover Bourdieuconomics, civil society: the use of social capital in two local communities, multifunctional centers as facilitators of the use of social capital, public sector: libraries as facilitators of the use of social capital, and private sector: using social capital in firms.
Korte and Lin, 2013) The continuance of organizational social capital furthers the employment of standard performance information.
Scant literature exists on social capital and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, but there is a dearth of literature on the interaction of social mobility and social capital.
The concept of social capital has now gained currency amongst the researchers of social sciences.