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Capital Social: Concepto y Estudio Econometrico sobre el Capital Social en España

  • Portela, Marta
  • Neira, Isabel

En este trabajo analizamos el capital social, entendiendo este como el conjunto de redes, normas, valores, etc. que afectan e influyen en las relaciones sociales, y su relacion con el desarrollo economico. Planteamos un estudio comparativo entre España y una serie de paises europeos para analizar la situacion en la que se encuentra esta variable. Asimismo incluimos un modelo econometrico que analiza de forma cuantitativa la comparacion anteriormente expuesta In this paper we analysed social capital. This capital affects and influences in the social relations and in the economic growth. One also considers a comparative study between Spain and a series of European countries to analyse the situation of this variable. Also we included an econometric model that analyses of quantitative form the comparison previously exposed

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Article provided by Euro-American Association of Economic Development in its journal Estudios Economicos de Desarrollo Internacional.

Volume (Year): 2 (2002)
Issue (Month): 2 ()

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