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Il Telelavoro è un tema affascinante ma complesso, tanto che nei decenni ha meritato l’interessamento da parte di molte discipline: dai Trasporti alla Comunicazione, dalla Psicologia all’Organizzazione, dall’Economia alla Sociologia e dal Diritto al Fisco, etc…

Nei post di questa sezione si tenta di analizzare alcuni aspetti con un approccio il più possibile multidisciplinare e soprattutto di riportare eventuali novità scientifiche rilevanti, anche al di fuori del rango accademico.

Di seguito si riporta un elenco (incrementale) di fonti basilari sull’argomento suddivise per tipologia.

Articoli, Paper e Tesi
  1. Di Martino, Vittorio & Wirth, Linda. (). Telework: A New Way of Working and Living. Int’l Lab. Rev., 129, 529;
  2. Joice, Wendell. (). The Evolution of Telework in the Federal Government;
  3. Kraut, Robert E. (). Telecommuting: the Trade‐Offs of Home Work. Journal of Communication, 39(3), 19-47;
  4. Kurland, Nancy B. & Bailey, Diane E. (). Telework: the Advantages and Challenges of Working Here, There, Anywhere, and Anytime. IEEE Engineering Management Review, 2000, 28.2: 49-60;
  5. McCloskey, Donna W. & Igbaria, Magid. (). Does “Out of Sight” Mean “Out of Mind”? An Empirical Investigation of the Career Advancement Prospects of Telecommuters. Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ), 16(2), 19-34;
  6. Messenger, Jon C. & Gschwind, Lutz. (). Three Generations of Telework: New ICTs and the (R)evolution from Home Office to Virtual Office. New Technology, Work and Employment, 31(3), 195-208;
  7. Mokhtarian, Patricia L.. (). Defining Telecommuting. Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis;
  8. Nilles, Jack M., Carlson, F. Roy, Gray, Paul & Hanneman, Gerhard. (). Telecommunications-Transportation Tradeoffs. Final Report, 1 Jul. 1973-31 Dec. 1974 University of Southern California, Los Angeles;
  9. Nilles, Jack M.. (). Telecommunications and Organizational Decentralization. IEEE Transactions on Communications 23, 10, 1142–1147;
  10. Olson, Margrethe H.. (). Remote Office Work: Changing Work Patterns in Space and Time. Communications of the ACM, 26(3), 182-187;
  11. Pratt, Joanne H.. (). Home Teleworking: a Study of its Pioneers. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 1984, 25.1: 1-14;
  12. Ramsower, Reagan. M. (). Telecommuting: an Investigation of Some Organizational and Behavioral Effects of Working at Home. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, 44(3-A), 809;
Reportistica istituzionale e non
  1. ECaTT. (). Benchmarking Progress on New Ways of Working and New Forms of Business across Europe. ECaTT Final Report;
  2. Eurofound & International Labour Office. (). Working Anytime, Anywhere: the Effects on the World of Work. Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, and the International Labour Office, Geneva;
  3. U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. (). Work at Home 2004;
Articoli e Post online
  1. Gan, Vicky. (). The Invention of Telecommuting. CityLab – Bloomberg;
  2. Schiff, Frank. (). “Working at Home can Save Gasoline”. The Washington Post, 02/09/1979. U.S.A.. The Washington Post Company;
Libri
  1. Alvesson, M. (). Knowledge Work and Knowledge-Intensive Firms. Oxford University: Oxford, UK,;
  2. Haywood, Martha. (). Managing Virtual Teams: Practical Techniques for High-Technology Project Managers. U.S.A.. Artech House Publishers;
  3. Huws, Ursula, Korte, Werner B. & Robinson, Simon. (). Telework: Towards the Elusive Office. No. Z24-C35 MIN;
  4. Igbaria, Magid, & Tan, Margaret (Ed.). (). The Virtual Workplace. Igi Global;
  5. Jackson, Paul J. & Van der Wielen, Jos (ed.). (). Teleworking: international Perspectives: from Telecommuting to the Virtual Organisation. Psychology Press;
  6. Langhoff, June. (). The Telecommuter’s Advisor: Working in the Fast Lane.. Aegis Publishing Group;
  7. Toffler, Alvin. (). Future Shock. Sydney. Pan;
  8. Toffler, Alvin. (). The Third Wave (Vol. 484). New York: Bantam books;
  9. Weißbach, Hans-Jürgen. (). Telework Regulation and Social Dialogue. Euro-Telework;
  10. Zingarelli, Delia & Scarpitti, Giovanna (ed.). (, ). Il Telelavoro — Teorie e Applicazioni: la Destrutturazione del Tempo e dello Spazio nel Lavoro Post-Industriale. Angeli.