The Privilege of Working From Home at the Time of Social Distancing
Armanda Cetrulo (),
Dario Guarascio () and
Maria Enrica Virgillito ()
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Armanda Cetrulo: Sant’Anna - School of Advanced Studies Pisa
Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy, 2020, vol. 55, issue 3, 142-147
Abstract Although the common perception is that the pandemic is ‘the great equaliser’, workers’ tasks, contractual framework and position in the internal organisational hierarchy strongly affect their ability to work remotely.
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