Coworking spaces are now widespread in Italy, and coworking is presented as an organisational innovation able to meet the needs of the new self-employed work. But what kind of work is actually performed in these spaces? What conditions and difficulties is it dealing with? How do these work experiences reshape the boundaries between different life times and between work and non-work? And what strategies are implemented by coworkers in their search for a "good job"? The book addresses these questions on the basis of a case study on coworking experiences in the city of Florence, exploring the subjective aspects of this form of work, the intertwining of contents, conditions and meaning of work.
University of Florence, Italy