Edited by Yaojun Li
Chapter 19: Institution-spanning social capital and its income returns in China
China’s gradual economic reform since 1978 has led to the coexistence of state and non-state sectors. Each sector contains a different kind of resources and opportunities from the other sector. This creates a dual-institutional structure in which institution-spanning social capital is a timely advantage for mobilizing different kinds of resources and opportunities across the sectors. Do institution-spanners retain higher-quality social capital and earn higher income than the non-spanners? We examine this question with the assistance of a 2009 survey we conducted in eight Chinese cities.
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