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The emerging spectrum of flexible work locations: implications for travel demand and carbon emissions

@inproceedings{Caros2022TheES,
  title={The emerging spectrum of flexible work locations: implications for travel demand and carbon emissions},
  author={Nicholas S. Caros and Xiaotong Guo and Jinhuan Zhao},
  year={2022}
}
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, much has been made about the dramatic rise in working from home and the broader implications for society going forward. However, the simple term “working from home” belies the fact that people have been spending their remote work hours in a wide range of places: coffee shops, libraries, co-working spaces, friend’s living rooms. In this study, we demonstrate that the binary home-or-office-as-worklocations paradigm fails to capture the true dynamics… 

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