The diverse coworking landscape and implications for commercial real estate provision: lessons from individual preferences and practice
We employ a mixed-methods approach, observing self-organised coworking sessions and online platforms, and a questionnaire of the coworking networks/groups.
We address the research questions: i) how do individuals’ make decisions about how and where to engage in shared working and ii) do they consider locational characteristics (beyond accessibility) and social and physical (environmental) aspects of coworking?
European Research Council, the Starting Grant WORKANDHOME (ERC- 2014-STG 639403)
Published inJournal of Property Investment & Finance
VersionAM (Accepted Manuscript)
CitationClifton, N., & Reuschke, D. (2022) 'The diverse coworking landscape and implications for commercial real estate provision: lessons from individual preferences and practice', Journal of Property Investment & Finance. DOI: 10.1108/JPIF-12-2021-0109
Cardiff Met Affiliation
- Cardiff School of Management
Cardiff Met AuthorsNick Clifton
Cardiff Met Research Centre/Group
- Welsh Centre for Business and Management Research