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Making rural households' livelihoods more resilient: The importance of social capital and the underlying social networks

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  • Buchenrieder, Gertrud
  • Dufhues, Thomas
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TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface; Gertrud Buchenrieder and Tom Dufhues. Issues and evidence of social networks in boosting rural households' welfare; Gertrud Buchenrieder. Open issues and implications for measuring individual social capital in developing countries; Tom Dufhues and Gertrud Buchenrieder. What do Vietnamese farmers do when a crisis occurs? Covering lack of resources through social networks; Tina Beuchelt and Isabel Fischer. Structural social capital and agricultural income among corporate farmers in the Czech Republic; Axel Wolz, Jana Fritzsch and Klaus Reinsberg. Improving the functioning of Armenian rural financial markets: A social capital perspective; Milada Kasarjyan and Rüdiger Korff

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This book is provided by Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in its series Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Transition Economies with number 93010 and published in 2006.
Volume: 34
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