City of Beats: Analysing Flânerie as a Practice for Living the Physical Space

Abstract: The flâneur is the urban vagabond in search of experiences and inspirations from serendipitously exploring a city environment. This construct is put beside post-modern stances about the suburban areas built and populated after the Second World War industrialization, along Continue reading

A new paradigm for the study of corruption across cultures

Abstract: Corruption frequently occurs in many aspects of multi-party interaction between private agencies and government employees. Past works studying corruption in a lab context have explicitly included covert or illegal activities in participants’ strategy space or have relied on surveys Continue reading