"The Social Capital of a nation is the sum of social stability and the well-being (perceived or real) of the entire population. Social Capital generates social cohesion and a certain level of consensus, which in turn delivers a stable environment for the economy, and prevents natural resources from being over-exploited. Social Capital is not a tangible value and therefore hard to measure and evaluate in numeric values. In addition to local historical and cultural influences, the social consensus in a society is affected by several factors: health care systems and their universal availability/affordability (measuring physical health); income and asset equality, which are correlated to crime levels; demographic structure (to assess the future generational balance within a society); and freedom of expression, freedom from fear and the absence of violent conflicts that are required for businesses to be able to generate value." http://solability.com/the-global-sustainable-competitiveness-index/the-index/social-capital Maat kartalla on väritetty mitatun sosiaalisen pääoman määrän mukaan. Mitä tummempi väri sitä parempi maa elää. Ei ihme että eurooppaan on tulijoita.