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