social capital

social capital
social capital social capital capital

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social capital UK US noun [U] ECONOMICS, HR
the value of the relationships between people who work or live together and the knowledge and skills that they have and share: »

Although such countries are far poorer economically, in some ways they are richer in social capital.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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