What has covid-19 taught us about remote work?

1. Pre-covid studies of remote work have held up

2. Pre-covid beliefs about remote work were wrong but hard to correct

3. Concerns about social interaction and serendipity remain

4. Remote work will improve over time

5. Remote work will be more common after covid-19 subsides

6. The new equilibrium will have winners and losers, but will probably raise overall welfare

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Economist of innovation; matt-clancy.com

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Economist of innovation; matt-clancy.com

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