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159.9316.6

Attitudes Towards Money and Social Capital

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Tatarko A. N., National Research University "Higher School of Economics", Moscow.
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The correlation between social capital and relationships to money was discussed. We suggested that social capital may perform a regulatory function in the people’s relation to material resources, which may occur at the individual level in relation to money. It was found that social capital at the individual level, demonstrates a negative effect on the following groups of monetary attitudes: «retention», «power» «inadequacy», «security».

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