Noreena Hertz

Economist and author

Economist and author of “The Lonely Century: How to Restore Human Connection in a World That's Pulling Apart”

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Several years ago, British economist Noreena Hertz began to notice something different: An increasing number of her students said that they felt lonely.

The global increase in loneliness

Several years ago, British economist Noreena Hertz began to notice something different: An increasing number of her students said that they felt lonely.

from Life Examined

Several years ago, British economist Noreena Hertz began to notice something different: An increasing number of her students said that they felt lonely.

The global increase in loneliness

Several years ago, British economist Noreena Hertz began to notice something different: An increasing number of her students said that they felt lonely.

from Life Examined

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