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In this study, we examine the relationship between neighborhoodbased social capital and residents' life satisfaction by considering resident heterogeneity. Using a database of the city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands, we find a small but significant positive association between neighborhood-based social capital and individual life satisfaction. However, we also find considerable differences among residents because neighborhood-based social capital is important mainly for people who are moredoi:10.1080/02723638.2018.1474609 fatcat:ir75kcg4vng5tndgvjldrmwory