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Capital Social Y Calidad De Vida

  • Alejandro Vivas

    (Instituto de Políticas de Desarrollo IPD)

  • Alberto Alvarado Acevedo

    (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana)

La formación de Capital social es un factor clave para el desarrollo de programas y proyectos dirigidos a la superación de la pobreza. La investigación hace explícitos los factores asociados a la generación de capital social en un proyecto de desarrollo llevado a cabo en un barrio pobre de la ciudad de Bogotá, al tiempo que mide el aporte tanto global como de cada uno de sus componentes a la Calidad de Vida de la población afiliada y no afiliada al Proyecto. Por otra parte, investigación ofrece resultados importantes para ser utilizados en otras experiencias similares, al tiempo que orienta sobre la formulación de políticas e incentivos institucionales para promover proyectos de desarrollo semejantes y sugerir estrategias para incorporar este tipo de experiencias en programas y proyectos tendientes a aliviar la pobreza en las poblaciones económicamente menos favorecidas.

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Length: 36 pages
Date of creation: 11 Oct 2004
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Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwphe:0410004
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