How do private entrepreneurs transform local social capital into economic capital? Four case studies from rural Denmark
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KeywordsForms of capital Social capital Economic capital Private entrepreneurs Local communities Repeated Prisoner' s Dilemma game Rural Denmark Bourdieu;
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