Concept Modelling of the Relation Firm Culture – Social Capital (the example of firms from the Bulgarian economic reality)
The study offers an idea for elaborating a conception model, based on visions and theoretical relationships as well as on hypothesis which have to be tested in the practice. Those relationships and theoretical constructions are approbated through specific methods for analyzing quality information stressed on the conceptions of the Social Capital, Firm Culture and the relationship between them in Bulgarian economic ambience. The main role of the business maturity is confirmed exactly in the manifestation of this kind of relationship. The role is also argued by the specific correlation between the national and the organizational dimensions of culture concerning as well the Social Capital itself.
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Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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- Suri Ratnapala, 2002. "Moral capital and commercial society," ICER Working Papers 41-2002, ICER - International Centre for Economic Research, revised Mar 2003.
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