Social Capital at the Individual Level A Reduced Form Analysis
This paper studies demographic variation in social capital investment. A specific focus is the effect of income on social ca pital. Findings show that once the endogeneity of income is accounted for, it does not seem to have an independent effect on social capital investment.
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