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Knowledge and Social Capital. Foundations and Applications by Eric L. Lesser

By Eric L. Lesser

"Social capital - the casual networks, belief, and customary knowing between contributors in a firm - determines significant aggressive benefits in cutting-edge networked economic climate. wisdom and Social Capital explains how social capital can force collaboration, reconcile an organization's inner and exterior exertions markets, and increase organizational effectiveness. This selection of articles is helping readers Read more...

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Four siblings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. Parents and children: Two parents, one sibling. One parents, four siblings. 4. Mother’s expectation for child’s education: Expectation of college ....................... No expectation of college ..................... 5. Three factors together: Two parents, one sibling, mother expects college . . One parent, four siblings, no college expectation . . 5 Estimates taken from logistic regression reported more fully in App.

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