AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL IN E-GOVERNMENT FORMATION (azerb.)
Rasim M. Alguliyev, Irada Y. Alakbarova

With the development of theories on the study of the citizens' behavior and the features of development and formation of knowledge and skills in the e-government environment, are expanding the interests in the concepts as social capital, human capital and the system of social credit. Stimulating development and measuring social capital is one of the topical issues in e-government formation. This study explores some approaches to the concept of social capital and identifies the key indicators in measuring social capital. The problems posed by social capital in society are analyzed and classified, and certain proposals are developed to analyze the role of social capital in e-government formation (pp.35-46).

Keywords: social capital, e-government, social norms, trust, social network, actor, donor, recipient.
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