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Dunaway Lecture Series

The Future and Impact of Working from Home

presented by

Professor Nicholas Bloom
Stanford University

Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 7:30 pm
108 Bessey Hall (434 Farm Lane)


Dr. Bloom will explore the explosion of working from home since the pandemic, how this is likely to persist, and how best to manage remote and hybrid workforces. Dr. Bloom will examine the impact of working from home on the economy and society that has impacted everything from real-estate markets, to city centers, to public transit and mid-week golf playing. Using data from several research projects including www.wfhresearch.com and discussions with more than 1,000 managers and policy makers, the talk will overview perhaps the biggest economic change to come from the COVID pandemic.



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Michigan State University Department of Economics