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Department of Business and Economics

Research of our Project Partners to Coworking and New Work

In this overview, you find research on coworking, coworking spaces, and new work that was published by our project partners.

  • Vergara, I. S., Orel, M., & Capdevila, I. (2023). "Home office is the here and now". Digital nomad visa systems and remote work-focused leisure policies. World Leisure Journal
  • Capdevila, I. and Mérindol, V. (2022). Emergence of communities through interdependent dynamics of physical, cognitive and virtual contexts: the case of collaborative spaces. R&D Management
  • Mariotti, I., Di Marino, M., Akhavan, M., Capdevila, I. (2022). The effects of COVID-19 on coworking spaces. In: Zimmermann, K.F. (Ed.), Handbook of labor, human resources and population economics. Springer, Cham.
  • Garnier, C. & Capdevila, I. (2022). Making, hacking, coding: fablabs as intermediary platforms for modes of social manufacturing. Journal of Innovation Economics & Management.
  • Capdevila, I., (2022) Building communities in rural coworking spaces. In: Mérindol V. & Versailles, D. W. (Eds.), Open labs and innovation management: The dynamics of communities and ecosystems. Routledge.  ISBN: 9781003125587
  • Hensellek, S., Puchala, N. (2021). The emergence of the digital nomad: A review and analysis of the opportunities and risks of digital nomadism. In Orel, M., Dvouletý, O., Ratten, V. (Eds.), The flexible workplace. Human Resource Management. Springer, Cham.
  • Mérindol, V., Aubouin, N. & Capdevila, I. (2021). Combiner confiance résiliente et réflexive, hiérarchie formelle et prix au sein des communautés : le cas des open labs. Management International / International Management / Gestiòn Internacional25, 184–205.
  • Orel, M., Dvouletý, O., & Ratten, V. (2021). The flexible workplace: Coworking and other modern workplace transformations. Springer Cham.
  • Appel-Meulenbroek, R., Weijs-Perrée, M., Orel, M., Gauger, F., & Pfnür, A. (2020). User preferences for coworking spaces; a comparison between the Netherlands, Germany and the Czech Republic. Review of Managerial Science, 15, 2025 - 2048.
  • Boutillier, S., Capdevila, I., Dupont, L. & Morel, L. (2020). Collaborative spaces promoting creativity and innovation. Journal of Innovation Economics & Management, 31, 1-9.
  • Boutillier, S., Capdevila, I., Dupont, L. & Morel, L. (2020). Espaces et nouvelles formes d’organisation du travail créatif. Innovations, 61, 5-13.
  • Orel, M., Dvouletý, O. (2020). Transformative changes and developments of the coworking model: A narrative review. In: Ratten, V. (Ed.), Technological progress, inequality and entrepreneurship. Studies on entrepreneurship, structural change and industrial dynamics. Springer, Cham.
  • Mérindol, V., Gallié, E. & Capdevila, I. (2018). Technology-transfer offices and academic open labs as different types of organizational intermediaries in science-society relationships. Gestion 2000, 35, 125-144.
  • Capdevila, I. (2017). A typology of localized spaces of collaborative innovation. In: van Ham, M., Reuschke, D., Kleinhans, R., Syrett, S., & Mason, C. (Eds.), Entrepreneurial neighbourhoods – towards an understanding of the economies of neighbourhoods and communities. Edward Elgar.
  • Capdevila, I. (2017). The local and global knowledge dynamics through communities. The case of communities of makers and social entrepreneurs in Barcelona. Management International / International Management / Gestion Internacional, 21(3), 59-70.

  • Capdevila, I. (2016). Une typologie d’espaces ouverts d’innovation basée sur les différents modes d’innovation et motivations à la participation. Gestion 2000, 33, 93-115.
  • Capdevila, I. (2014). Coworking spaces and the localized dynamics of innovation. The case of Barcelona. SSRN Electronic Journal.

  • Cohendet, P., Grandadam, D., Simon, L., & Capdevila, I. (2014). Epistemic communities, localization and the dynamics of knowledge creation. Journal of Economic Geography, 14(5), 929–954.