All three concepts mentioned in the title of this book have enjoyed wide currency among social scientists of all persuasions and disciplines. At first glance, there is one thing that the concepts concerned have in common – while the adjectives differ, the noun core is the same. Moreover, the origin of the term in question is in economics which somehow suggests that one of the questions considered in the present book will have to be the applicability of economic concepts outside the economy. However, this is not the only topic touched on in the book. Indeed, their range is bound to be much wider, as wide in fact as the scale of questions taken on in the human, social and cultural capital literature. The above remark on the special role played by economic concepts in the extra-economic social sciences that deal with respective varieties of capital might suggest that the author, whose one of the main academic interest is in economic sociology, is, at least potentially, well-equipped for this kind of study.