English title: Social Trust–Differences And Similarities Between Eastern European Countries

Author(s): Patricea Bertea - Ana Mihei -

Language: English

Type: Report, working paper

Year: 2014

Abstract

Social trust or the belief that others will not harm us or will look after us, if possible, is a concept of interest for many scientists coming from different areas. It can be important for economists, for sociologists, for psychologists or health researchers. Differences in social trust can predict differences in economic development as well. The present study aims to compare the levels of social trust from Romania, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic and Poland. To do that, we will use data from the European Social Survey, the 2008 round.

Edition: 0

Institution: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University

Number of pages: 0

Number: 0

Series: European Union In Times Of Crisis. Perspectives and solutions.

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