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“Home Office is The Here and Now” Digital Nomad Visa Systems and Remote Work-Focused Leisure Policies

To attract highly qualified remote workers to their cities and countries, governments have implemented mechanisms for the stay of digital nomads, thereby promoting local economic development.

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Reliving a traumatic experience through emotional creativity: the bright side of cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic

Purpose – The COVID-19 outbreak has undoubtedly affected overall mental health. Thus, researching
resilience is important, as it has been previously discussed as a means to protect people from mental health

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The emergence of communities through interdependent dynamics of physical, cognitive and virtual contexts: the case of collaborative spaces.

Research about the emergence of communities has mainly focused on a single context of interaction, either physical or virtual.

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Can social media influencers encourage healthier behaviour? A study of food influencers and home-cooking intentions.

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Can you hold an advantageous network position ? The role of neighborhood similarity in the sustainability of structural holes in social networks

The literature has provided multiple metrics to measure the structural position of a node in a network or its structural social capital. However, the dynamics of social capital is rarely addressed.

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elBullifoundation (2011-2022)

Ferran Adria was the head chef and cofounder of elBulli - which many critics considered the finest high-dining restaurant in the world. In 2009, at the top of his game, he shocked the world by closing his restaurant.

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The Effects of Covid-19 on Coworking Spaces

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected people’s living, working, and travelling behavior. Knowledge workers began working in their homes, and a new demand for flexible working practices has arisen (e.g., remote working, teleworking, diverse flexible and hybrid forms of working).

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Making, hacking, coding. FabLabs as intermediary platforms for modes of social manufacturing

The article suggests that the emergence of FabLabs and other collaborative spaces of innovation imply new modes of manufacturing, based on a more social, inclusive, and open approach than current industrial mass-production models.

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