Innoscape Talk #6.2: Over a third of jobs in the US are now partially or fully remote.
With this number expected to further increase it is important to investigate the economic effects of these fundamental changes in behavior.
The second part of our 6th Innoscape Talk with Nicholas Bloom, Professor at Stanford University, is dedicated to address exactly this question.
In the beginning of the interview we investigate how remote work is linked with globalization and how it reshapes labor markets. Afterwards we discuss how remote work affects urban development and public budgets. Last but not least Nicholas Bloom explains how even our leisure time activities are being affected by the new ways of working.
Our guest Nicholas Bloom has been studying remote work practices and their effects for over 20 years and is an internationally recognized expert in the field.