Social capital and development studies III: Social capital and the state (seen from Peru)
The article offers the author's views regarding the relationship of social capital and the state of Peru. It talks about the ways in which debates on social capital have handled state-society relationships and gives an account of how and why social conflicts and mobilization creates a discussion on state building. It presents insights on the social problems experienced by the extractive industry and its impact to the state. The factors that explain the change in state building, as well as suggestions on how to enrich social capital discussions of the state, are also offered.
Progress in Development Studies
Bebbington, Anthony, "Social capital and development studies III: Social capital and the state (seen from Peru)" (2008). Geography. 504.