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The geography of New Working Spaces and impact on the periphery CA18214

Funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework programme of the European Union
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BOOK REVIEWS

BOOK REVIEWS

Two book reviews of New Workplaces—Location Patterns, Urban Effects and Development Trajectories. A Worldwide Investigation (Eds by our COST Members I Mariotti, S. Di Vita & M. Akavan) are out.

FØRSTE NASJONALE WORKSHOP I NORGE

FØRSTE NASJONALE WORKSHOP I NORGE

2 november arrangerer COST-medlemmer fra Norge det første nasjonale workshopet om “new working spaces” i samarbeid med Coworking Norge.

Early Career Investigators in the COST Action CA18214

Early Career Investigators in the COST Action CA18214

CA18214 promotes the early career investigators which are the  researchers who are within a time span of up to 8 years from the date they obtained their PhD/doctorate (full-time equivalent), as well as the gender equality. 

The COST ACTION CA18214 'The geography of New Working Spaces and the impact on the periphery' involves 160 research partners from 35 Countries, from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2023.

The aims of the project are as follows: i) sharing the scientific outcomes on New Working Spaces which are classified  by the CA18214 as follows: i) collaborative and creative working spaces (coworking spacesand smart work centres); (ii) makerspaces and other technical spaces (fablabs, open workshops); (iii) other new working spaces (hackerspaces, Living Lab and corporate labs); (iv) informal new working spaces (coffee shops and libraries); ii) comparing the best practices and direct and indirect impacts with a particular focus on the periphery iii) sharing the policy tools across the countries.

 


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