A Model of Inclusive Capital for Analysis of Non-Economic Human Capital

Simon Hayhoe, Carla Tonin, Graziella Lunardi

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Abstract

Acknowledgement: This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 693229 – Appendix A.

This poster introduces a model of inclusive capital currently being developed to analyse institutional access. The model is based on Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Pierre Bourdieu and Sarita Yardi’s theories of human capital. Inclusive capital is the sense of inclusion we all need to feel. Inclusive capital is acquired, and a single cycle of acquiring it is in four stages: the first stage is bonding with a network of people; the second stage is learning inclusive capital through networks - learning inclusive capital consists of acquiring habits, knowledge and practices that lead to inclusion; the third stage is collecting information, and using technologies to gain information, and to update inclusive capital; the fourth stage is physical access to spaces and places, such as visiting or attending cultural institutions.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 2017
EventDecent Work, Equity and Inclusion: Passwords for the Present and for the Future - Universita degli Studi di Padova, Padova, Italy
Duration: 5 Oct 20177 Oct 2017
Conference number: 1
http://www.unipd.it/counseling-and-support2017/en/conference

Conference

ConferenceDecent Work, Equity and Inclusion
Abbreviated titleDecent Work, Equity and Inclusion
CountryItaly
CityPadova
Period5/10/177/10/17
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Economics
Human capital
Inclusion
Pierre Bourdieu
Funding
Innovation
Habit
Karl Marx
Network learning
European Union
Adam Smith

Keywords

  • Human capital
  • inclusive capital
  • inclusion
  • disability
  • cultural heritage
  • KARL MARX
  • Adam Smith
  • Bourdieu
  • Sarita Yardi
  • social inclusion

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Hayhoe, S., Tonin, C., & Lunardi, G. (2017). A Model of Inclusive Capital for Analysis of Non-Economic Human Capital. Poster session presented at Decent Work, Equity and Inclusion, Padova, Italy.

A Model of Inclusive Capital for Analysis of Non-Economic Human Capital. / Hayhoe, Simon; Tonin, Carla; Lunardi, Graziella.

2017. Poster session presented at Decent Work, Equity and Inclusion, Padova, Italy.

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Hayhoe, S, Tonin, C & Lunardi, G 2017, 'A Model of Inclusive Capital for Analysis of Non-Economic Human Capital' Decent Work, Equity and Inclusion, Padova, Italy, 5/10/17 - 7/10/17, .
Hayhoe S, Tonin C, Lunardi G. A Model of Inclusive Capital for Analysis of Non-Economic Human Capital. 2017. Poster session presented at Decent Work, Equity and Inclusion, Padova, Italy.
Hayhoe, Simon ; Tonin, Carla ; Lunardi, Graziella. / A Model of Inclusive Capital for Analysis of Non-Economic Human Capital. Poster session presented at Decent Work, Equity and Inclusion, Padova, Italy.1 p.
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