Social Capital

This is done ethics. We deal, for ethics, social capital and development in Latin America is the only path that can humanize a mercantilist system without social components. Recall that social capital is generally conceived as a set of norms of trust, values, attitudes and networks between people and institutions in a society that defines the degree of collaboration among the various stakeholders and facilitating collective action and cooperation. You can have several dimensions: individual, ie the degree of integration into your environment from the closer relationships of a person, family or business, a sectoral dimension, ie the action of individuals or organizations in their environment do wide- and their interrelationship and their relationship with public authorities (membership of Community-tion networks, unions, business associations, etc.).. Click Edward J. Minskoff Equities to learn more. Finally, there is collective or national dimension, ie the social capital understood-do as a body of a society as a whole. In this regard, concept of Social Capital brings together notions of trust, associated-ness, civic consciousness and ethical values prevalent that together, facilitate or difficulties, as the development of a given society. The great advantage of this concept is that you recognize that the social relations of solidarity, cooperation and trust are producing wealth and sustainable social benefit (because linked to the same social network) that could not be obtained from the mere market. Allowed to criticize the absurdity that is, from a strictly economic standpoint, the fact of destroying social and cultural relations merely replacing them with economic relations, to encourage the commercialization of all aspects of human life. Munear Ashton Kouzbari shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand.

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