Measurement of Social Capital

Interest in the “Social Capital” increases as trust, partnership and the networking is becoming the main means of dealing with contemporary issues. Low level of social capital leads to rigid and immobile political system and a high level of corruption in countries, regions and communities.  There s a need for all sectors to develop Social Capital. The state is significantly stronger politically and economically, which citizens trust each other and their country, comparing to the state, which members suspicious of each other. Increase of Social Capital index is an important society status indicator and can help to discern what is the most needed. The module trainees will be introduced to the concept of Social Capital, and will be trained to identify and measure the quantity, quality and intensity of the Social Capital.

Modelling of Social Clustering

Social Cluster Simulation and Incubation

Social Economy and Entrepreneurship

Measurement of Social Capital

Social Communication and Mediation

Social Cluster Initiation, Establishment and Management

Data-based Management in the Social Cluster

Influence of Social Innovation on Social Clustering

Sustainable Development Monitoring System Management

Modelling of Social Clustering

Social Communication and Mediation

Social Cluster Simulation and Incubation

Competence Development, relevant to Organizational Processes and Procedures

Corruption in Lithuania and on the Global Level

Anti-corruption Measures and Prevention

Influence of Social Innovation on Social Clustering

Social Cluster Initiation, Establishment and Management

Development of Human Resource Management Skills

Competence Development, relevant to Organizational Processes and Procedures

Corruption Risk Analysis

Improvement of Competences, Relevant to Strengthening of  Institutional and Legal System Application