Working from home (WFH) and productivity

A useful summary, here. This largely looks at the question from the point of view of the economy as a whole.

“The individual firms’ decision to shift their workers to WFH could result in aggregate productivity gains only if workers can be more productive at home rather than in office, or if companies use WFH to cut office space without damaging their own productivity and the ‘freed-up’ space is then used by others for alternative productive purposes.“

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