Book chapters and International Conference Papers

Forthcoming special issue 2022

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

Edited volume forthcoming 2022

  1. M. Akhavan (IT), M.Hölzel (GE) and D. Leducq (FR). (Eds) (2022) European Narratives on Remote Working and Coworking during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Springer publication.

Book chapters forthcoming 2022

  1. Di Marino M. (NO) and Mariotti I. (IT). Public libraries as new community hubs for remote workers? In D.-G. Tremblay and G. Krauss (Eds) The Coworking (R)evolution. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Edited volume 2022

  1. Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) (2022) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003181163

Book chapters 2022 (N=20)

  1. Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO), Akhavan M. (IT), and Capdevila I. (FR) (2022). The effects of Covid-19 on coworking spaces – Handbook of Labor, Human Resources and Population Economics, Springer, https://link.springer.com/referencework/10.1007/978-3-319-57365-
  2. Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednár P. (CZ). (2022). Introduction: the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the future of working spaces. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds.)  The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 1-5, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-1
  3. Gerosa A. (UK-IT), Manzini Ceinar I. (UK) (2022). New working spaces and COVID-19: analyzing the debate through Twitter. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 11-24, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-3
  4. Danko L. (CZ), Bednár P. (CZ), Mariotti I. (IT), and  Rafaj O (SK) (2022). Changes in knowledge strategies under the COVID-19 pandemic: a tale of European coworking spaces. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 25-38,DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-4

  5. Micek G. (PL), Bednár P. (CZ), Rafaj O. (SK), Belvoncíková E. (SK), Paas T. (ES), Alfieri L. (ES), Małochleb K. (PL) and Matošková J. (HU) (2022) Independently operated coworking spaces and the effects
    of the COVID-19 pandemic. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds)  The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp.39-51, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-5

  6. El Sahli L. (IT), Akhavan M. (IT), and  Kassem A. (LB) (2022). A look into Beirut’s coworking scene: exploring the pre- and post-pandemic conditions. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp 52-65, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-6

  7. Tagliaro C. (IT), Zhou Y. (US), and Hua Y. (US) Community bonds in new working spaces of a small town. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 66-80, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-7

  8. Pacchi C. (IT) , Dotti N.F. (BE), and Barzotto M. (UK) (2022). New working spaces. Policy perspectives before and after the COVID-19 pandemic. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 83-94, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-9
  9. Lange B (GE), Herlo B. (GE), Willi Y. (CH) and Pütz M. (CH) (2022). New working spaces in rural areas: designing a research agenda for regional sovereignty in post-pandemic times. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 95-108, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-10

  10. Leducq D. (FR), Demazière C. (FR),  Bou Abdo É (FR) and Ananian P. (CA) (2022). Digital nomads and coworking spaces: reshaped perspectives? The Paris mega city-region after COVID-19. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 109-121,DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-11

  11.  Tomaz E. (PT), Moriset B. (FR), and Teller J. (BE) (2022). Rural coworking spaces in the COVID-19 era: a window of opportunity? In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 122-135, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-12
  12. Bajada T. (MT), Satariano B. (MT), Chavoshi S.H. (NO) (2022). Presenting coworking spaces and chrono-urbanism as a policy package for sustainable mobility in post-pandemic Malta. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 136-148, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-13

  13. Sinitsyna A. (ES), Di Marino M. (NO) and Paas T. (ES). (2022). Virtual coworking and remote working: lessons and perspectives on the COVID-19 pandemic from Estonia and Norway. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 153-164, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-15

  14. La Fleur M., Smit M., (NL), and Pais I. (IT). (2022). Coworkers in the Netherlands during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 165-187, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-16

  15. Seong Mi H, Brouwer A.E. (NL), Barzotto M. (UK), and Mariotti I. (IT). (2022). Coworking spaces and COVID-19: a South Korean perspective. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 188-199, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-17

  16.  Brouwer A.E. (NL), Westlund H. (SE) and Smit M., (NL). (2022). Perspectives on the dynamics of third spaces. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 200-212, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-18

  17.  Tagliaro T. (IT), Migliore A. (IT), Danivska V. (FI), Poutanen J. (FI), Pelsmakers S. (FI), Kaasalainen T. (FI), Nenonen S. (FI), (2022). Home, university, and other spaces: where Finnish and

    Italian academics did research prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 213-226, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-19

  18. Akhavan M. (IT), Fuzi A. (BL) and Calogero V. (IT). Women empowering women? Challenges and opportunities of new female-oriented workplaces in the post-pandemic era. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 227-241, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-20

  19. Smékalová L.(CZ), Matošková J. (CZ), Belvoncíková E. (SK) Kálmán j. (HU) , and  Crhová Z. (CZ). (2022).  Work-life balance services in coworking spaces and the impact of COVID-19. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 242-255, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-21

  20. Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednár P. (CZ). Concluding remarks, trends, and future research on new working spaces. In Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO) and Bednář P. (CZ), (Eds) The COVID-19 pandemic and the Future of Working Spaces. (in Routledge-RSA Regions & Cities Book Series – Regions, Cities and Covid-19), pp. 256-260, DOI: 10.4324/9781003181163-22

Conference proceedings 2022 (1)

  1. Di Marino M. (NO), and Mariotti I. (IT) Regenerating peripheral regions of Norway and Italy Profiling coworking and exploring the Covid-19 effects. IV Forum Gran Sasso, 2022, pp. 1037-1059 FORUM_PARTE_3.pdf (diocesiteramoatri.it)

International Conference papers 2022 (N=14)

  1. Zhang S, Mariotti I. (IT), Méndez-Ortega C. (SP). Typologies and location patterns of coworking spaces in China. Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RO). XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. .   
  2. Ciccarelli F. (IT), Marmo M., Mariotti I. (IT). The role of collaborative workspaces in creation processes: evidence from Italy. Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RO). XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. 
  3. Constantin D.L. (RO), Dardala A. (RO), Serbanica C. (RO). Co-working spaces and remote work in Romania: figures, facts, perspectives. Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RO). XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. .  
  4. Migliore A. (IT) and Tagliaro C. (IT). Escaping from home: where do academics perform their research work during covid-19 pandemic? Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RO). XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. 
  5. Belvončíková E. (SK), Kalman J. (HU), Smekalova L (CZ)., Matoskova J. (CZ). Covid-19 pandemic, remote work and work-life satisfaction in coworking spaces. Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RM). XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. 
  6. Smekalova L. (CZ) and Danko L. (CZ). Operators of the coworking spaces in the Czech Republic. Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RO). XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. 
  7.  Mariotti I (IT) and Barzotto M. (UK). The answer of coworking spaces to the increase of remote workers in Italy. Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RO).XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. 
  8. Tomaz E. (PT), Stankov U. (SB), Henriques C. (PT), Vujicic M.  For business or pleasure? Tourism as a factor of coworking spaces’ spatial distribution: an exploratory study from Portugal. Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RO).XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. 
  9. Di Marino M. (NO), Tabrizi H. (IT) and Sinitsyna A. (ES). Hybrid Cities and New Working Spaces -The case of Oslo. Abstract accepted for Special Session: the rise of remote working and new geography work, organized by CA18214, Mariotti (I), Bednar P. (CZ) and Constantin D. (RO). XLIII Conferenza Scientifica Annuale Città e Regioni in transizione, Milan, 5-7, September, 2022. 
  10. Réka Horeczki (HU), Dóra Bálint (HU), Gábor Lux (HU), Judit Kálmán (HU) Coworking places in Hungary during the Covid19 pandemic. 8th Central European Conference in Regional Science RESILIENCE OF CITIES AND REGIONS IN AN UNCERTAIN TIME, 21-23 November, 2022. 
  11. Réka Horeczki (HU), Dóra Bálint (HU), Gábor Lux (HU)XXVIII. Országos Urbanisztikai Konferencia – Az egyetemek. XXVIII. Országos Urbanisztikai Konferencia – Az egyetemek
  12. Synitsina A. (ES), Di Marino M. (NO) and Paas T. (ES). Remote working vs coworking  space: corona lessons from two nordic countries and otulooks for future. Abstract accepted for the 80th Scientific conference of the University of Latvia. Special session: New Labor Market Developments in the Context of Digitalization and Social Change https://conferences.lu.lv/event/71/
  13. Vogl T. (GE), Bargstädt H-J., Micek G (PL), Akhavan M. (IT). ANALYSIS OF COWORKING SPACES IN PERIPHERAL AREAS IN GERMANY. Abstract accepted for 28 Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) Annual Conference. http://www.prres.net/index.htm?http://www.prres.net/Conference.htm
  14. Vogl T. (GE), Bargstädt H-J., Micek G (PL), Akhavan M. (IT). Impact of Coworking Spaces on peripheral real estate markets. Abstract accepted for 28 European Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) Annual Conference

Book chapters 2021 (N=4)

  1. Manzini Ceinar I. (UK) and Mariotti I. (IT) (2021). The effects of COVID-19 on Coworkng Spaces: Patterns and Future Trends. In  I. Mariotti, S. Di Vita and Akhavan M. (Eds.) New Workplaces—Location Patterns, Urban Effects and Development. Trajectories A Worldwide Investigation, pp pp 277-297 . DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-63443-8_15
  2. Bednář P., (CZ) Mariotti I. (IT), Rossi F. (IT), Danko L (CZ). (2021) The Evolution of Coworking Spaces in Milan and Prague: Spatial Patterns, Diffusion, and Urban Change. In M. Orel, O. Dvouletý. In 'The Flexible Workplace pp 59-78| Cite as  (Eds. Marko Orel, Ondřej Dvouletý and Vanessa Ratten), https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-62167-4_4 DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-62167-4_4
  3. Migliore A. (IT), Tagliaro C. (IT)  and Manzini Ceinar I. (UK) (2021) 'Beyond Coworking: From Flexible to Hybrid Spaces'  In 'The Flexible Workplace pp 3-24| Cite as  (Eds. Marko Orel, Ondřej Dvouletý and Vanessa Ratten, 2021). https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.100/978-3-030-62167-4_1?fbclid=IwAR25cD0mJJidyDu9WCrNX6o7N5V4vzWeazbFt8zZf1ZKQmJF1t0sq4X_eM0 DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-62167-4_4
  4. Mariotti I. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO), Akhavan M. (IT) (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, pp.129-139.  https://doi.org/10.4337/9781800373594

International Conference papers 2021 (N=29)

  1. Méndez-Ortega C. (SP), Micek G. (PL), Malochleb K. (PL) How do Coworking Spaces coagglomerate with service industries: The tale of three european cities. Abstract accepted for XLVI International Conference on Regional Science, Madrid, 24-26 November 2021. 
  2. Yunitsyna A., Di Marino M. (NO), Tagliaro C. (IT), Karel Smejkal, Ernest Shtepani (AL), Prototyping a coworking space in the Post-COVID era. Abstract accepted for 4-ICAUD Final Detailed Conference, Tirana, 24-26 November 2021. 
  3. Tomaz E. (PT), Di Marino M. (NO), Henriques C. (PT), Chavoshi S. H. (NO). Coworking spaces in Lisbon and Oslo from a chrono-urbanism perspective Abstract accepted for Cityplus International Conference, Milan, 30 October 2021.
  4. Akhavan M. (IT), Fuzi A. (BL) Promoting female entrepreneurship in collaborative spaces: evidence from female oriented coworking spaces in Europe and US. Abstract accepted for AISRE Local Sustainable Development and Relaunch: What Role for Tradition and Innovation? 8-10 September 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Reshaping gender in third places for work: challenges and opportunities of Women focused coworking. Organized by CA18214 Akhavan M. (IT), Fuzi A. (BL) , Pacchi C. (IT).
  5. Smekalova L. (CZ), Matošková J. (CZ), Belvoncikova E (SK), Kalaman J (HU). Work-life balancing in coworking space: gender and coworking spaces.  Abstract accepted for AISRE Local Sustainable Development and Relaunch: What Role for Tradition and Innovation? 8-10 September 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Reshaping gender in third places for work: challenges and opportunities of Women focused coworking. Organized by CA18214 Akhavan M. (IT), Fuzi A. (BL) , Pacchi C. (IT).
  6. Tagliaro C. (IT), Migliore A. (IT). Come l'ecosistema di spazi di coworking a Milano puo' supportare le ricercatrici. Abstract accepted for AISRE Local Sustainable Development and Relaunch: What Role for Tradition and Innovation? 8-10 September 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Reshaping gender in third places for work: challenges and opportunities of Women focused coworking. Organized by CA18214 Akhavan M. (IT), Fuzi A. (BL) , Pacchi C. (IT).
  7. Tagliaro C. (IT), Migliore A. (IT). Spazi terzi come luoghi di lavoro per la ricerca accademica. Abstract accepted for AISRE Local Sustainable Development and Relaunch: What Role for Tradition and Innovation? 8-10 September 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the geography of work and new working spaces. Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), Di Marino M. (NO), Tagliaro C. (IT).
  8. Mariotti I (IT), Di Matteo D. (IT), Rossi F. (IT). Exploring the attractivness  of the Milan's suburban areas towards remote workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Abstract accepted for AISRE Local Sustainable Development and Relaunch: What Role for Tradition and Innovation? 8-10 September 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the geography of work and new working spaces. Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), Di Marino M. (NO), Tagliaro C. (IT).
  9.  Sinitsyna A. (ES), Di Marino M. (NO), Paas T. (ES).Virtual Coworking and Remote Working: Corona Lessons and Perspectives from Estonia and Norway. 8-10 September 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the geography of work and new working spaces. Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), Di Marino M. (NO), Tagliaro C. (IT).
  10. Di Marino M. (NO), Tomaz E. (PT), Henriques C. (PT), Chavoshi S. H. (NO). Coworking in 15-minutes cities. The cases of Lisbon and Oslo. Abstract accepted for Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual Conference, August 31 –September 3rd, 2021 Open Special Session Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the  COVID-19 pandemic. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION conf1024 Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organized by CA18214 Bajada T (MT), I. Mariotti, (IT), Satariano B. (MT).
  11. Mariotti I (IT), Di Matteo D. (IT), Rossi F. (IT). The attractiveness of the Milan neighborhoods towards remote workers and city users: evidence before and during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Abstract accepted for Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual Conference, August 31 –September 3rd, 2021 Open Special Session Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the  COVID-19 pandemic. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION conf1024 Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organized by CA18214 Bajada T (MT), I. Mariotti, (IT), Satariano B. (MT). 
  12. Bajada T. (MT), Satariano B. (MT). Using Coworking spaces and the timed city concept as a policy package for sustainable mobility. The Case Study of Malta: experiences, perceptions and reality. Abstract accepted for Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual Conference, August 31 –September 3rd, 2021 Open Special Session Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the  COVID-19 pandemic. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION conf1024 Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organized by CA18214 Bajada T (MT), I. Mariotti, (IT), Satariano B. (MT).
  13. Crovara E. (AU) and Bissel D. Rethinking commuting: how the future of coworking is reshaping everyday mobilities. Abstract accepted for Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual Conference, August 31 –September 3rd, 2021 Open Special Session Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the  COVID-19 pandemic. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION conf1024 Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic.Organized by CA18214 Bajada T (MT), I. Mariotti, (IT), Satariano B. (MT).
  14. Holzel M. (GE). Impact of coworking spaces on the vividness of their surrounding public space. Abstract accepted for Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual Conference, August 31 –September 3rd, 2021. Open Special Session Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the  COVID-19 pandemic. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION conf1024 Coworking spaces: a tool to reduce commuting and enhance well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organized by CA18214 Bajada T (MT), I. Mariotti, (IT), Satariano B. (MT).
  15. Tomaz E. (PT), Henriques C. (PT) Spaces of innovation and entrepreneurship in Lisbon in pandemic times. Abstract accepted for ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2021.  Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas.  Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), M. Di Marino (NO), Pavel Bednar (CZ) T. Baycan (TR) A. Frenkel (IL).
  16. Oliver R. (SK), Bednar P. (CZ), Belvoncikova E (SK), Paas Tiiu (ES), Alfieri L. (ES),  Malochleb K. (CZ). Independently owned coworking spaces and effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Abstract accepted for ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2021.  Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas.  Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), M. Di Marino (NO), Pavel Bednar (CZ) T. Baycan (TR) A. Frenkel (IL).
  17. Akhavan M (IT), Hölzel M (GE), Leducq D. (F). Evaluating the Covid-19 effects on new working spaces (NWS): a multiple entry European study. Abstract accepted for ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2021.  Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas.  Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), M. Di Marino (NO), Pavel Bednar (CZ) T. Baycan (TR) A. Frenkel (IL)
  18. Bednar P. (CZ), Danko L. (CZ), IMariotti I (IT), Tagliaro (IT).  University coworking space in the periphery: a driver of resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic? Abstract accepted for ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2021.  Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas.  Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), M. Di Marino (NO), Pavel Bednar (CZ) T. Baycan (TR) A. Frenkel (IL). 
  19. Di Marino M. (NO), Mariotti I (IT), Capdevila I (FR).  Profiling coworking spaces in the peripheral regions of Norway, Italy, and Spain and Covid-19 effects. Abstract accepted for ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2021.  Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas.  Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), M. Di Marino (NO), Pavel Bednar (CZ) T. Baycan (TR) A. Frenkel (IL).
  20. Smékalová L. (CZ), Matošková L. (SK), Belvončíková E. (SK), Kalman K. (HU). Work-life balancing in coworking spaces in Central and Eastern European countries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Abstract accepted for ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2021.  Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas.  Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), M. Di Marino (NO), Pavel Bednar (CZ) T. Baycan (TR) A. Frenkel (IL).
  21. Frenkel A. (IL),  Buchnik T. (IL). Typology of Coworking Spaces in Israel: Location, Type and level of Services they Provide to Members. Abstract accepted for ERSA 2020 Spatial challenges for the New World, 25-26-27 august, 2021.  Special session PS42-New working spaces, digital transformations and peripheral areas.  Organized by CA18214 I. Mariotti, (IT), M. Di Marino (NO), Pavel Bednar (CZ) T. Baycan (TR) A. Frenkel (IL).
  22. Małochleb K. (PO),  Micek G (PO),  Wojnar K. (PO) Dynamics and Transformation of Location Factors and Spatial Distribution of Collaborative Spaces in Poland. Abstract accepted for Regions in Recovery Global E-Festival 2021, Regional Studies Association, 2-18 June 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Functions and Impacts of collaborative workspaces in rural and peripheral regions and towns, co-organized by CORAL ITN and CA18214
  23. Mariotti I (IT), Di Matteo D. (IT), Rossi F. (IT). Near Working and Collaborative Spaces in Peripheral Areas During the Covid-19 Pandemic. Abstract accepted for Regions in Recovery Global E-Festival 2021, Regional Studies Association, 2-18 June 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Functions and Impacts of collaborative workspaces in rural and peripheral regions and towns, co-organized by CORAL ITN and CA18214
  24. Micek G (PO), Bednar P. (CZ), Rafaj O. (SK) Belvončikova E. (SK),  Alfieri L. (ES),  Małochleb K. (PO). Independently Run Coworking Spaces in the Capital Cities of Central and Eastern European Countries: Changes in Behaviour Due to COVID-19 Pandemic. Abtract accepted for Regions in Recovery Global E-Festival 2021, Regional Studies Association, 2-18 June 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Functions and Impacts of collaborative workspaces in rural and peripheral regions and towns, co-organized by CORAL ITN and CA18214
  25. Micek G (PO). Types and Location Factors of NWS: How do they Differ between Countries and Cities and Related Peripheries? Abstract accepted for Regions in Recovery Global E-Festival 2021, Regional Studies Association, 2-18 June 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Functions and Impacts of collaborative workspaces in rural and peripheral regions
    and towns, co-organized by CORAL ITN and CA18214
  26. Pavel Bednář (CZ), Mariotti I (IT), Lukáš Danko L. (CZ), Rossi F (IT). Local variations of spatial colocation of creative industries and coworking spaces in European metropolitan area. Abstract accepted for RSAI World Congress 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Mapping Co-Working Spaces: Spatial Patterns and Location Factors co-organized by Baycan T (TK), Micek G (PO) and Sinytsina A. (ES)
  27. Parlak M. (TR), Baycan T. (TR). Location Patterns and Spatial Distribution of Co-working Spaces in Istanbul. Abstract accepted for RSAI World Congress 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Mapping Co-Working Spaces: Spatial Patterns and Location Factors co-organized by Baycan T (TR), Micek G (PO) and Sinytsina A. (ES)
  28. Micek G (PO), Małochleb K. (PO), Wojnar K. (PO) Geographies of collaborative spaces in Poland. Abstract accepted for RSAI World Congress 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Mapping Co-Working Spaces: Spatial Patterns and Location Factors co-organized by Baycan T (TR), Micek G (PO) and Sinytsina A. (ES)
  29. Baycan T. (TR),  Özcan Alp G. (TR). Mapping Spatial Patterns of Co-working Spaces in Europe. Abstract accepted for RSAI World Congress 2021. OPEN SPECIAL SESSION Mapping Co-Working Spaces: Spatial Patterns and Location Factors co-organized by Baycan T (TR), Micek G (PO) and Sinytsina A. (ES)

International Conference papers 2020 (N=4)

  1. Di Marino M. (NO), Akhavan M. (IT), Mariotti M. (IT), and Chavoshi S.H. (NO) 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.
  2.  Akhavan M. (IT), Tagliaro C. (IT), Zhou Y. (US), and Hua Y. (US)  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.
  3. Bednar P. (CZ), Mariotti I. (IT), Rossi F. (IT), Danko L. (CZ), and Manzini Ceinar I. (UK). 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.
  4. Akhavan M. (IT), Di Marino M. (NO), Mariotti I. (IT) and Chavoshi S. H. (NO). 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.
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