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Deliverables

International Conference papers 2020

  • Di Marino M, Akhavan M., Mariotti M., and Chavoshi S.H. New Working Spaces in the age of digital transformation. Location factors and implications for planning in two cities of Oslo and Milan. Abstract accepted for the 5th RGCS Virtual Symposium co-organized by CA18214 “Collaborative practices, workspaces and communities in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis”, December 14-15, 2020.
  •  Akhavan M., Tagliaro C., Zhou Y., and Hua Y. A comparison of European and American coworking spaces. drivers, spatial characteristics and management structures. Special session SO-40-New working spaces, local development and innovation, ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2020.
  • Bednar P., Mariotti I, Rossi F., Danko L., and Manzini Ceinar I.. The agglomeration of cultural and creative industries: are coworking spaces co-locating. Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas, ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2020.
  • Akhavan M., Di Marino M., Mariotti I. and Chavoshi S. H.  Coworking Spaces in Milan and Oslo Typologies, Location Factors and Policy Tools. Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas, ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2020.

Forthcoming book chapters 2021

Mariotti I., Di Marino M., Akhavan M. (2021) The emergence of coworking models in the face of pandemic. In J. R. Bryson, L. Andres, E. Aksle, L. Reardon. Living with Pandemics: People, Place and Policy: Edward Elgar publisher, forthcoming in 2021.

Bednář P., Mariotti I., Rossi F., Danko L. (2021) The Evolution of Coworking Spaces in Milan and Prague: Spatial Patterns, Diffusion, and Urban Change. In M. Orel, O. Dvouletý. The Flexible Workplace: Coworking and Other Modern Workplace Transformations: Springer Nature, forthcoming in 2021

Forthcoming edited volume accepted for publication

Mariotti I., Bednar P., Di Marino M. (Eds) (2021) COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19)

Forthcoming special issue

Ilaria Mariotti, Bastian Lange and Ignasi Capdevila (Eds) (2021). Flexible geographies of new working spaces. Special Issue of European and Planning Studies.

Published 5. November 2020 - 17:02 - Updated 3. January 2021 - 14:08

CONFERENCES, ROUNDTABLES AND SPECIAL SESSIONS organized by the COST members CA18214 in 2020

4) December 14-16, 2020, 5th RGCS Symposium coorganized by the RGCS and CA18214. "Collaborative practices, workspaces and communities in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis". International conferences with 200 participants.

3) December 14, 2020, 5th RGCS Symposium "Collaborative practices, workspaces and communities in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis". Roundtable moderated by Ilaria Mariotti «Collaborative spaces: new models and new geography, with COST Action CA18214 ‘The geography of New Working Spaces and impact on the periphery’» with Mina Di Marino (Norvegian University of Life Science, NO), Pavel Bednar (Tomas Bata University in Zlín, CZ) , Tiiu Paas (University of Tartu, EE), Ignasi Capdevila (Paris School of Business, FR), Bastian Lange (University of Leipzig, DE)

2) Summer School, July 6-24, 2020, e-learning and live webinars organized by the Cost Action CA18214. COST member amongst organizers, students reviewers and/or speakers: Ilaria Mariotti, Mina Akhavan, Chiara Tagliaro, Carolina Pacchi, Pavel Bednar, Mina Di Marino, Petr Dubrosky and Anita Fuzi.

1) August 25, 2020, 60th ERSA Congress "Territorial Futures – Visions and scenarios to cope with megatrends in a changing Europe". Special Session SO-40-New working spaces, local development and innovation organized by Ilaria Mariotti, Pavel Bednar, Tuzin Baycan, Amnon Frenkel. COST members who presented conference papers in the session are: Ilaria Mariotti, Pavel Bednar, Mina Akhavan, Mina Di Marino, Seyed Hossein Chavoshi, Federica Rossi, Irene Manzini Ceinar, Lukas Danko and Dante Di Matteo.

 

Published 5. November 2020 - 8:09 - Updated 22. December 2020 - 16:32

The first two deliverables have been completed within the first grant period

1) Micek G., Mariotti I., Di Marino M., Akhavan M., Di Vita S., Lange B., Paas T., Sinitsina A., Alfieri L. and Chebotareva M. (2020). Definition and typologies of the new working spaces Deliverable D 1.1. Internal working paper. COST Action CA18214: The geography of new working spaces and impact on the periphery (2019-2023).

2) Di Marino M., Mariotti I., Tagliaro C., Fiorentino S. and Di Vita S., (2020). Defining a template for a structural comparison of international research findings. Deliverable D 1.2. Internal working paper COST Action CA18214: The geography of new working spaces and impact on the periphery (2019- 2023).

Published 20. November 2019 - 15:51 - Updated 15. December 2020 - 13:43

In the spring and summer 2020, COST Members supposed to participate to several conferences, special sesssions and roundtables in order to present the first outcomes of the COSTAction researh, such as:

 

1. RSA Annual Conference, Lubjana 2020 https://www.regionalstudies.org/events/2020rsaannualconf/#!  Special session organized by the COST members Pavel Bednář (Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic), Grzegorz Micek (Jagiellonian University, Poland), Mina Akhavan, Politecnico di Milano, Italy) and Ilaria Mariotti (Politecnico di Milano, Italy). SS38: New Working Spaces as a Driver of Regional and Urban Transition to Digital and Creative Economy

2. ERSA Congress Bolzano 2020 https://ersa.eventsair.com/60th-ersa-congress-bolzano-25-28-august-2020/  

3. AESOP Annual Congress, Bristol 2020 https://www.aesopbristol.org/ Roundtable proposal on 'New Working Spaces in the age of digital transformation and implications for planning by Mina DI Marino, Stefano Di Vita (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Sofia Morgado, Divya Leducq and Valeria Fedeli.

However, due to the coronavirus, these conferences and other congresses around the world have been cancelled. 

This preparation of papers, special sessions and roundtables, however, has intiated several collaborations under the COVID-19 amongst the COSTmembers  and comparitive studies and exchange of data on new working spaces.

Published 20. November 2019 - 15:51 - Updated 5. November 2020 - 16:51