Tag Archives: Health

Planning, Politics, and the Pandemic

July 8, 2020

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Robert A. Beauregard blogs on the the political nature of planning and the Pandemic.

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Religious Capital, Social Capital and Health

June 8, 2020

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Religion plays a prominent role in many societies and can affect many aspects of people’s lives, including their health. Ephraim Shapiro and Chen Sharony explore this link.

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How Disorderly Democracies Can Outperform Efficient Autocracies in Tackling Coronavirus

May 13, 2020

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Germany has succeeded in fighting the coronavirus in part by combing strong national leadership with regional autonomy.
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Charles Hankla, Georgia State University

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Why Trust is Good for your Health

September 19, 2019

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iStock-970123180thumbsupIn the latest in a series of blog pieces examining the correlation between social capital and health, Martin Ljunge explores the relationship between trust and health. […]

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The Importance of being Social

June 4, 2019

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iStock-1125268244-smile-friend-balloonsSherman Folland investigates the influential role social capital plays in mental health and physical wellbeing. […]

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