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Try Knowledge and Social Capital, edited by Lesser, and _Corporate
Social Capital: Networks For Strategy, Marketing, Human Resources And
Entrepreneurship_ Edited By Shaul Gabbay and Roger Leenders, Amsterdam,
Kluwer (see the chapter Talmud, I, (2000) "Corporate Social Capital and
Corporate Liability", Pp. 96-195 , down loadable at
Zeynep Aksehirli wrote:
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> I would appreciate any help in locating a case study that illustrates organizational level efforts to understand social networks and/or enhance social capital. I'm redesigning a course on Organizational Social Capital, and I am having difficulty finding a business case that takes an organizational point of view rather than an individual point of view.
> Thank you for your time.
> Zeynep Aksehirli
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