New development: the infrastructural aspect of social capital: suggestions for a bridge between concept and policy
Public Money and Management, 27, (5), . (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9302.2007.00606.x).
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Social capital is a fashionable concept but, as its more realistic academic exponents admit, not one readily translated into policy action. This article takes a sideways look at currently-accepted definitions and suggests a small modification—a physical handle to help policy-makers grasp the concept better and encourage social capital research with a stronger practical orientation.
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