Publications on scientific journals

COST publications on peer reviewed journals

  1. Di Marino M. (NO), Tomaz E. (PT), Henriques C. (PT) and Chavoshi H.S (NO). (2022). 15 Minute City Concept and New Working Spaces: A Planning Perspective From Oslo And Lisbon,  European Planning Studies https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09654313.2022.2082837

  2. Vogl T. (GE) & Akhavan M. (IT) (2022). A systematic literature review of the effects of coworking spaces on the socio-cultural and economic conditions in peripheral and rural areas A systematic literature review of the effects of coworking spaces on the socio-cultural and economic conditions in peripheral and rural areas | Emerald Insight

  3. Vogl T. (GE) & Micek G. (PL) (2022). Why do they go to the peripheries? Studying the relations between the real estate market and coworking spaces in the peripheral areas of Germany https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/JPIF-11-2021-0095/full/html 
  4. Manzini Ceinar, I. (UK) &Mariotti, I. (IT), (2021). Teleworking in post-pandemic times: may local coworking spaces be the future trend?, Romanian Journal of Regional Science, 15(1): 52-76 (http://rjrs.ase.ro/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/V151/V1513.Manzini.pdf) https://ersa.org/2021/06/28/new-issue-of-the-romanian-journal-of-regional-science-vol-15/

  5. Manzini Ceinar, I (UK), Pacchi, C. (IT) & Mariotti, I. (IT), (2021). Shift in the working culture and emerging working modalities. Implications for the coworking spaces in pandemic-recovery. Professionalità Studi, 4, 134 159. http://riviste.gruppostudium.it/professionalit%C3%A0/professionalit%C3%A0-studi

 OTHER publications by single country members on peer reviewed journals

  1. Akhavan M., Mariotti I. & Federica Rossi (2022). The rise of coworking spaces in peripheral and rural areas in Italy, N. 97-Supplemento (2021): I territori fragili della pandemia: interpretazioni, luoghi, progetti, politichehttps://doi.org/10.3280/tr2021-097-Supplementooa12925
  2. Bednář P.  Smékalová L. & Danko L. (2021). Coworking spaces and creative communities: making resilient coworking spaces through knowledge sharing and collective learning. European Planning Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2021.1944065
  3. Di Marino M., Rehunen A., Tiiu M. & Lapintie K. (2021). New working spaces in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area: Understanding location factors and implications for planning, European Planning Studies, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09654313.2021.1945541
  4. Hölzel M. and & de Vries W. (2021). Digitization as a Driver fur Rural Development—An Indicative Description of German Coworking Space Users. Land https://doi.org/10.3390/land10030326
  5. Mariotti I (IT), Akhavan M (IT) & Rossi F. (2021). The preferred location of coworking spaces in Italy: an empirical investigation in urban and peripheral areas. European Planning Studies DOI: 10.1080/09654313.2021.1895080
  6. Pacchi, C. (IT), & Mariotti, I. (IT) (2021). Shared Spaces or Shelters for Precarious Workers? Coworking Spaces in Italy. Professions and Professionalism, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.7577/pp.3911

 

 

Published 20. November 2019 - 15:51 - Updated 2. June 2022 - 20:00