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- County-level Measures of Social Capital (Pennsylvania State University)— http://aese.psu.edu/nercrd/community/social-capital-resources. This website provides a variety of data sources on social capital at the county level.
- Robert D. Putnam—www.BowlingAlone.com. This website provides important resources for analyzing social capital and includes the data used by the author in his book Bowling Alone.
- Roper Center/Social Capital Community Benchmark Survey (2000)—http://www.ropercenter.uconn.edu/data_access/data/datasets/social_capital_community_survey.html. This website provides a unique data set of 3,000 respondents in 42 communities. The data set provides a wide array of indicators of social capital.
- Saguaro Seminar (Harvard University)—http://www.hks.harvard.edu/saguaro. This is an ongoing seminar that is designed to improve the measurement of social capital and civic participation. It includes lots of data and information on social capital measurement.
- Social Capital Gateway—http://www.socialcapitalgateway.org. An excellent resource for topics related to social capital.
- World Bank—http://web.worldbank.org. This site is an excellent resource for social capital research. It includes references, data, published and unpublished papers, questionnaires, web guides, and more.