Memberships and Inequality


1. Introduction Broadly understood, social capital refers to various types of community relationships that affect individual outcomes. As such, social capital is involved in many of the areas of current social science research where the explicitly social determinants of behavior are fundamental. Since Loury (1977) introduced it into modern social science… (More)


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@inproceedings{Durlauf2007MembershipsAI, title={Memberships and Inequality}, author={Steven Durlauf}, year={2007} }