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The Effects of Covid-19 on Coworking Spaces

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected people’s living, working, and travelling behavior. Knowledge workers began working in their homes, and a new demand for flexible working practices has arisen (e.g., remote working, teleworking, diverse flexible and hybrid forms of working).

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Making, hacking, coding. FabLabs as intermediary platforms for modes of social manufacturing

The article suggests that the emergence of FabLabs and other collaborative spaces of innovation imply new modes of manufacturing, based on a more social, inclusive, and open approach than current industrial mass-production models.

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Can you hold an advantageous network position ? The role of neighborhood similarity in the sustainability of structural holes in social networks

The literature has provided multiple metrics to measure the structural position of a node in a network or its structural social capital. However, the dynamics of social capital is rarely addressed.

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Building communities in rural coworking spaces

In the last decade, the coworking movement, that was initiated in urban environments, has been expanding to rural areas. In both cases, the concept of community appears as one of the most crucial aspects.

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Geographic dimension, information asymmetry, and the success of crowdfunding campaigns

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Le corps dans l’espace organisé, l’organisation de l’espace qui prend corps : l’embodiment au sein des espaces de coworking

This article aims to understand spatial and social space in coworking spaces through a multiple ethnography located in Paris.

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The Role of Materiality in the Evaluation of Novel Ideas: Evidence from Gastronomy and Performing Arts

Processes of novelty generation and adoption have received much more attention than novelty evaluation.

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Ars longa, vita brevis1 . Les paradoxes organisationnels au prisme du street art

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