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    Title: 台灣社會資本與個人所得之關聯分析
    Other Titles: An inquiry into the relationship between social capital and personal income in Taiwan
    Authors: 李哲昊;Li, Che-Hao
    Contributors: 淡江大學產業經濟學系碩士班
    洪鳴丰;Hung, Ming-feng
    Keywords: 社會資本;社會網絡;個人所得;地理分區;Social Capital;Social Network;personal income;geographical divisions
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:44:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文所探討的是社會資本與個人所得之間的相互作用,並期望透過實證資料的分析找出兩者間是否存在相互影響的關係。
    參考Putnam(2000)的定義,本論文透過Putnam所提供的14項社會資本指標變數,並藉由「台灣社會變遷基本調查問卷」2010年的資料集,建立了一個適用於台灣地區的社會資本指標,以對社會資本與個人所得間的相互影響進行分析。另外藉由將台灣劃分為北、中、南、東四個區域,本論文希望能檢測地理上的差異是否也會對個人所得與社會資本造成影響。
    研究發現台灣地區大多數民眾皆處於社會資本對個人所得有顯著正面影響的狀態,且隨著社會資本的增加,對所得的影響也越大;但所得對社會資本則無顯著影響,兩者間的關係只是單向的,因此無法藉由兩者間互為因果的關係以達成永續循環。另外,從地區分類來看,不論是個人所得或社會資本方面,皆有顯著影響。
    This thesis focus on the interaction between social capital and personal income and expects to find out whether there are effects between these two variables through the research of empirical data.
    In this thesis, the definition of social capital is referred to Putnam (2000). By 14 indicators of social capital provided by Putnam and by the data set provided by "Taiwan Social Change Survey" in 2010, this thesis established a suitable social capital index for Taiwan to analyses the interaction between social capital and personal income. I also detect that whether geographic differences affect personal income and social capital by dividing Taiwan into four areas — north, middle, south, and east.
    The research find that the social capital has a significant positive effect on personal income, and the effect increases with the increase of social capital, however the personal income has no significant impact on social capital. Furthermore, geographic differences do have a significantly impact to both social capital and personal income.
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