The Role of Social Capital in Upgrading the Efficiency of Human Force

Masoum Ali Salimian, Behzad Farrokh Seresht, Farzaneh Chavoshbashi

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For creation of social capital most of advanced universities are intending to find better changing capacity and increase the knowledge level of their personnel and innovate better teaching methods, innovation and entrepreneurship as well. Regarding importance of the issue, the present study intends to evaluate the roles of social capital in upgrading of efficiency of human force besides to evaluate any significant relationship between social capital and efficiency and also any effects of social capital (Bonding, Bridging and Linking) in efficiency of human force and finally present necessary guidelines and proposals as well. Regarding the major question of the research, there is a significant relationship between social capital and upgrading of human force efficiency. The statistical population of this research include all staff of Islamic Azad University-Chaloos branch. Data collection tools include two questionnaires related to social capital and efficiency of human force. After determining the reliability and validity of questionnaire, all of them were divided among sample members. As a conclusion, it was specified that any increase of human force is possible just through social capital (with bonding, bridging and linking dimensions).


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Bonding social capital, Bridging social capital, Linking social capital, Efficiency of human force.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7596/taksad.v6i4.1139

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