Edited by Sherman Folland and Eric Nauenberg
Chapter 2: How does social capital contribute to health?
This chapter introduces social capital concepts and explains the main hypotheses described in the economic approach. Health economists develop multivariate regressions where several of the independent variables are chosen to represent social capital. The dependent variable is chosen to represent health. Various covariates are included to adjust for extraneous factors.
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