Eszterházy Károly College Faculty of Natural Sciences
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Several settlements possess economically significant subsurface recourses in restricted quantity, these settlements out and away build upon local energies, as well as on their social potential. The chapter defines the characteristics of social resources and their significance in local economic development, plus their standardization discloses the region-developmental significance of this prominent resource. This social capital fundamentally circumscribes the economic potential of a particular region together with local structures embeddedness to international economy.