Building communities in rural coworking spaces
In the last decade, the coworking movement, that was initiated in urban environments, has been expanding to rural areas. In both cases, the concept of community appears as one of the most crucial aspects.
Can social media influencers encourage healthier behaviour? A study of food influencers and home-cooking intentions.
Communicating customer value proposition in the French pharmaceutical industry. The case of OTC drugs
Corruption, economy and governance in Central Africa: An analysis of public and regional drivers of corruption
How Death Anxiety Influences Coping Strategies during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Investigating the role of Spirituality, National Identity, Lockdown and Trust
Increasing customer loyalty and WOM in an age of terror: cross-cultural development and validation of the customers’ reactions to terror scale
The threat of terror places customers in a vulnerable situation, giving rise to a variety of protective behaviors. The ability to employ these behaviors dictates customers' preferences for specific services.
Le corps dans l’espace organisé, l’organisation de l’espace qui prend corps : l’embodiment au sein des espaces de coworking
This article aims to understand spatial and social space in coworking spaces through a multiple ethnography located in Paris.