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Listen to this podcast from a special seminar given by Jacques Poot on 22 October 2015 at IMI

Professor Poot of the University of Waikato, New Zealand is the 2015 NZ-UK Link Foundation Visiting Fellow. Following an evening event held at the Oxford Martin School on 21 October, Jacques Poot delivered a special seminar at IMI. In this seminar he compared immigrant and native-born social capital formation via New Zealand data which permits a distinction between indicators of stocks of social capital (viz. feelings of safety, interpersonal contact and inclusion) and indicators of investment in the form of participation in community and voluntary activities.

Duration 28:07

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Watch the webcast from Professor Poot's lecture on 21 October, 'Does cultural diversity boost innovation?'

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