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Nicholas Bloom

Nick Bloom is a Professor of Economics at Stanford University. He has been researching working from home for almost 20 years. He has been heavily involved with policy, including meeting President Obama, and speaking in the 2014 Working Families Summit. He gave a 2017 TedX talk on working from home, has consulted with 100s of CEOs and managers, and has been interviewed extensively on working from home by international media including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, BBC, Financial Times and the Economist. He co-founded the website https://wfhresearch.com/ and was called the “Prophet of working from home” by Fortune Magazine and “America’s best work-from-home expert” by Business Insider.
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Atlantic City Press

Pandemic has weakened the requirement to work in person for good, by Nicholas Bloom

Before the pandemic, few people took remote work seriously. Researching the phenomenon for almost 20 years, I frequently heard disparaging comments like “working from home, shirking from home” and “working remotely, remotely working.”. This all changed in March 2020, and we are never going back to the...
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Quad-Cities Times

Nicholas Bloom: We need some in-person days as well

Before the pandemic, few people took remote work seriously. Researching the phenomenon for almost 20 years, I frequently heard disparaging comments like “working from home, shirking from home” and “working remotely, remotely working.”. This all changed in March 2020, and we are never going back to the...