Features 4th Quarter 2018
Making a Case for Children’s Independent Travel

Imagine if someone told you that your child’s wellbeing, quality of life, physical health, and school performance could increase if their car travels were replaced by independent travel, defined here as the freedom to cycle or walk in public spaces without adult supervision. This is a rather daring statement but, in fact, research from different countries and across continents... >>

Dr. Jessica Westman Researcher at CTF, Service Research Center, Karlstad University
Features 4th Quarter 2018
Relocation in the Digital Age
Anatol Cebotaru Managing Director, Europe, Gosselin Mobility, Belgium
Features 4th Quarter 2018
Interview: Chiril Gaburici
Cover Stories 4th Quarter 2018
Cover Story: Virtual Lifetimes: Immortality in the Digital World
Opinions 4th Quarter 2018
Increasing Visa Liberalization Among African Nations
Ryan Cummings Director of Signal Risk
Opinions 4th Quarter 2018
The GDPR and the Right to Be Forgotten
Hendrik Seidel Associate in the Germany office of Baker McKenzie
Opinions 4th Quarter 2018
The Rise of Instrumental Citizenship
Prof. Dr. Christian Joppke Executive Director of the Institute of Sociology and Professor of General Sociology at the University of Bern
Columns 4th Quarter 2018
On Trend: Luxury and Entertainment Spending Today
Columns 4th Quarter 2018
Diogenes: The Myth of Sisyphus
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