A sudden bankruptcy of mobility capital? : the paradoxical effects of pandemics on human movement
[RSCAS], nccr – on the move, Blogpost, 2020
PICCOLI, Lorenzo, MORET, Joelle, A sudden bankruptcy of mobility capital? : the paradoxical effects of pandemics on human movement, [RSCAS], nccr – on the move, Blogpost, 2020 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/66674
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Do the current disruptions to human movement reverse or rather further reinforce inequalities? Between February and March 2020, many people accustomed to being highly mobile witnessed a massive curtailing of their right to travel both across and within countries. Among these measures were suppression of flights, closure of borders, banning of international student exchanges, halting of public transportation, lock-down of entire cities, freezing of posted army members, and prevention of people from going to work, school, religious ceremonies and sport events. But what do these disruptions tell us about human movement? Do they reverse or rather further reinforce inequalities?
Published on 17.03.2020
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Series/Number: [RSCAS]; nccr – on the move; Blogpost; 2020
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