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G. Tyge Payne

Social networks have for some time been viewed as a critical component for entrepreneurial success. Payne discusses the relationship between the network literature that focuses on relationships and their strength, and the social capital literature that focuses on resources embedded within and received through networks. Recent research highlights possibilities for conceptualizing networks but more work remains, especially relating to the role of social capital and its interplay with other network theories.
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Aaron F. McKenny, Jeremy C. Short and G. Tyge Payne