Foreword. Social capital as a policy resource; J.D. Montgomery. Measuring social capital and its consequences; A. Inkeles. Both glue and lubricant: Transnational ethnic social capital as a source of Asia-Pacific subregionalism; Xiangming Chen. Social capital in the Japanese youth labor market: Labor market policy, schools, and norms; M.C. Brinton. Social capital and labor politics in Japan: Cooperation or cooptation? J.P. Broadbent. Social capital and power: Entrepreneurial elite and the state in contemporary China; Zhou Yongming. Trade unions and social capital in transitional communist states: The case of China; W. Taylor. Faith as social capital: Religion and community development in Southern Asia; C. Candland. Native social capital: The case of Hawaiian sovereignty and Ka Lahui Hawaii; Haunani-Kay Trask. Indigenous knowledge as intellectual property; C.H. Norchi. The World Bank and social capital: Lessons from ten rural development projects in the Philippines and Mexico; J. Fox, J. Gershman. Social capital in microfinance: Case studies in the Philippines; B.R. Quinones Jr., H.D. Seibel. Peasant federations and rural development policies in the Andes; T.F. Carroll, A.J. Bebbington. Social capital formation: The role of NGO rural development programs in Bangladesh; A.H. Mondal. Beyond community and society: The externalities of social capital building; J.M. Heffron. About the authors. Index.
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