A MoLab Conversation with Jelena Dzankic, Timothy Jacob-Owens, Lorenzo Piccoli and Biao Xiang
Effective mobility restrictions rely on organized mobilities that ensure the delivery of essential goods and services whenever needed. Widespread socioeconomic security amongst residents is another precondition for a lockdown to work. So what would happen if mobility restrictions are imposed in a society that lack these capabilities to sustain immobility? How do we measure for those capabilities? Biao Xiang discusses immobilizing capabilities withJelena Dzankic, Timothy Jacob-Owens and Lorenzo Piccoli of the European University Institute (EUI).