How location affects friendship interactions

2015-07-20 Vox

At Vox, CEPR's Policy Portal, writes Eleonora Patacchini, Pierre M. Picard, Yves Zenou (affiliated to IFN) how social interactions are affected by geographical distance. They argue that students tend to interact more with those who are highly central in the network of social contacts, and who are geographically closer

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