Publications on scientific journals

COST publications on peer reviewed journals

  1. Di Marino M. (NO), Aboutalebi Tabrizi H. (IT), Chavoshi H. (NO) & Sinitsyna A. (ES) (2022). Hybrid cities and new working Spaces - The case of Oslo. Monograph article. Progress in Planning https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305900622000666

  2. Méndez-Ortega C. (SP), Micek G. (PL) & Małochleb K. (PL) (2022). How do coworking spaces coagglomerate with service industries? The tale of three European cities. Cities 130: 103875 How do coworking spaces coagglomerate with service industries? The tale of three European cities - ScienceDirect
  3. Di Marino M. (NO), Tomaz E. (PT), Henriques C. (PT) & 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

  4. 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

  5. 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 
  6. 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/
  7. 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/book chapters

  1. Mariotti, I. (IT), Giavarini, V., Rossi, F. & Akhavan, M.(IT) (2022).‘Exploring the “15 minutes city” and near working in Milan using mobile phone data’, TEMA-Journal of Land Use, Mobility and EnviromentExploring the “15-minute city” and near working in Milan using mobile phone data | TeMA - Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment (unina.it)
  2. Ilaria Mariotti (IT), Dante Di Matteo (IT) & Federica Rossi (IT) (2022) Who were the losers and winners during the Covid-19 pandemic? The rise of remote working in suburban areas, Regional Studies, Regional Science, 9:1, 685-708, DOI: 10.1080/21681376.2022.2139194
  3. Mariotti I. (IT) and Pais I. (IT) (2022). Lavoro a distanza e nuovi luoghi del lavoro: il ruolo dei coworking pubblici in Italia, In Mirabile M., Militello E., (Eds.), South Working. Per un futuro sostenibile del lavoro agile in Italia, Donzelli Editore, Milan, pp.81-87.
  4. Mariotti I.(IT), Di Matteo D. (IT), & Rossi F. (IT) (2022). Who loses and who gains during the Covid-19 pandemic? The rise of remote working in suburban areas, accepted and forthcoming.
  5. Akhavan M. (IT), Mariotti I.(IT) & Federica Rossi (IT) (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

     

  6. Mariotti I. (2021). Is remote working emptying the city? Regions, DOI:10.1080/13673882.2021.00001107. pp.1-11. ISSN:1367-3882

  7. Bednář P. (CZ), Smékalová L. (CZ)  & Danko L. (CZ)  (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

  8. Di Marino M. (NO), 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

  9. Hölzel M. (GE) & 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

  10. Mariotti I (IT), Akhavan M (IT) & Rossi F. (IT) (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

  11. 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 5. December 2022 - 15:42