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Capital Social

Capital Social

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El capital social de la Universidad debe practicar los valores
El capital social de la Universidad debe practicar los valores

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¿Qué es el Capital Social y cómo Analizarloen contextos de Exclusión Social y Pobreza?
 Estudios de Caso en Buenos Aires, Argentina
byPablo Forni (IDICSO, USAL) Marcelo Siles (SCI/JSRI, MSU) Lucrecia Barreiro (IDICSO, USAL)
Research Report No. 35
 December 2004
 
¿Qué es el Capital Social y cómo Analizarloen contextos de Exclusión Social y Pobreza?
 Estudios de Caso en Buenos Aires, Argentina
byPablo Forni (IDICSO, USAL) Marcelo Siles (SCI/JSRI, MSU) Lucrecia Barreiro (IDICSO, USAL)
Research Report No. 35
 December 2004
About the Authors:
 Pablo Forni
Licenciado en Sociología de la Universidad del Salvador (Buenos Aires), M.A. (1995) y Ph.D. (2000) in Sociology,University of Notre Dame. Emerging Scholar Award, Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and VoluntaryAction (ARNOVA) 2000. Investigador del CONICET. Director del IDICSO (Instituto de Investigación en CienciasSociales), Universidad del Salvador. Profesor de la Universidad del Salvador y de FLACSO (Facultad Latinoamericanade Ciencias Sociales). Su área de investigación incluye la Sociología de las Organizaciones, en especial lasorganizaciones del Tercer Sector. Actualmente investiga sobre el accionar de las organizaciones de base y las ONGs, eldesarrollo de redes organizacionales y la formación de Capital Social.
 Marcelo Siles
Marcelo E. Siles is a Senior Research Associate with the Julian Samora Research Institute at Michigan StateUniversity. He holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics and is a former Co-Director of the Social Capital Initiative atMichigan State University. His research focuses on the role of social capital in economic development and povertyreduction.
 Lucrecia Barreiro
Tesista en Sociología de la Universidad del Salvador (Buenos Aires). Asistente de Investigación del área de “Ong´s yPolíticas Públicas” del Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad del Salvador (IDICSO-USAL).Docente auxiliar en la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad del Salvador.
 
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Forni, Pablo, Marcelo Siles, and Lucrecia Barreiro.“¿Qué es el Capital Social cómo Analizarlo encontextos de Exclusión Social y Pobreza?,”
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