Community-led coworking spaces: from colocation to collaboration and collectivization

Publication by Vasilis Avdikos & Eirini Iliopoulou , , ,
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Abstract in English:

Third places and creative hubs (Virani and Malem 2015; Dovey et al. 2016) such as coworking spaces, business incubators and fablabs represent new forms of collaborative working practices that have emerged along with the rise of the creative economy and the sharing economy paradigms. Workers in third places share office space, technology, information, and also they can socialize, form social bonds and professional relationships, as coworking spaces facilitate encounters and interaction through the spatial proximity of the co-workers.

Open Access? No

Book Title Creative Hubs in Question. Dynamics of Virtual Work
Publication Year 2019

Publisher Palgrave Macmillan

English | Discipline Social Science