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Social traps and the problem of trust

Author: Bo Rothstein
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge Univ. Press, 2010.
Series: Theories of institutional design
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Digital print., [reprint der Ausg.] Cambridge 2005View all editions and formats
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Bo Rothstein explores how social capital and social trust are generated and what governments can do about it. He argues that it is the existence of universal and impartial political institutions  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bo Rothstein
ISBN: 0521612829 9780521612821 0521848296 9780521848299
OCLC Number: 743291903
Description: XI, 244 Seiten.
Contents: 1. Reflections after a very long day in Moscow; 2. On the rational choice of culture; 3. On the theory and practice of social capital; 4. Social capital in the social democratic welfare state; 5. How is social capital produced?; 6. The problem of institutional credibility; 7. Trust and collective memories; 8. The transition from mistrust to trust; 9. The conditions of trust and the capacity of dialogue.
Series Title: Theories of institutional design
Responsibility: Bo Rothstein.

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