Social Infrastructure

Social infrastructure is the interdependent mix of facilities, places, spaces, programs, projects, services and networks that maintain and improve the standard of living and quality of life in a community.2


AMCORD notes that "social infrastructure applies to services such as health, education and community services."

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  2. The Role of social infrastructure in local and regional economic development (Linda Perrine)
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