Multilocality: Case Studies from Helsinki, Frankfurt/Rhein-Main, Wales, and the Metropolitan Region of Styria

22 Jun 2020


This Short Report on Multilocality was prepared by ROBUST's Public Infrastructure and Social Services Community of Practice (COP). The report discusses the concept of multilocality, why it is relevant for rural-urban governance, and how the ROBUST conceptual framework can be applied to multilocality. It highlights four case studies from the ROBUST Living Labs: Helsinki, Frankfurt/Rhein-Main, Wales, and the Metropolitan Area of Styria.

Key words: multi‐local living, tele‐work, new forms of working, commuting, residential multilocality

Author: Ulla Ovaska, Rolf Bergs, Bryonny Goodwin‐Hawkins, Jesse Heley and Theresia Oedl‐Wieser

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