Il capitale sociale nelle regioni italiane: un’analisi comparata
AbstractDrawing on survey data, this study carries out an assessment of the Italian regions’ endowments of social capital and of its relationship with well-being and the quality of development. The contribution of the paper to the literature is threefold: first, we advance a framework for the measurement of social capital acknowledging the very multidimensionality of the concept. Second, we study the correlation between each social capital’s dimension and a series of possible outcomes. Third, we discuss the role of public policies in the creation of social capital.
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Volume (Year): 99 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 (April-June)
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social capital; networks; trust; well-being; Italy;
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