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COVID-19 e Pubblica Amministrazione: implicazioni dello smart working per il management e per la salute mentale dei lavoratori (COVID-19 and Public Administration: implications of smart working for management and workers' mental health )

Stefano Tripi () and Giorgio Mattei ()

Department of Economics (DEMB) from University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Economics "Marco Biagi"

Abstract: This paper focuses on the first outcomes due to the fast implementation of smart working within Italian public administrations, following the COVID-19 emergency, particularly in the field of management and mental health. Aware of describing a still ongoing situation, the authors adopt a deductive approach to integrate the main indications obtained from current literature and recent research on smart working. The evolution of the implementation of smart working within the Italian public administration (both in ordinary conditions and in emergency conditions) is first described; then, the authors describe the main implications of smart working with respect to management and workers’ mental health. Finally, some remarks concerning policies and further research are provided.

Keywords: Italy; COVID-19; smart working (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: pages 32
Date: 2020-05
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