Yearly Archives: 2020

Social capital: in the days of Covid-19, good neighbours keep their distance

 Francesca Borgonovi and Elodie Andrieu. In Bowling Alone, Robert Putnam illustrated the decline of social capital in the United States and traced it to changes in how individuals spend time at work, family and leisure – alone. According to Putnam,

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