Remote work and related mobility are on the rise – and the role of the state is changing

As a phenomenon, digital nomadism is defined as mobility as a way of life that involves telecommuting. In this context, digital nomads are defined as individuals who have adopted a mobile lifestyle and who are usually able to work remotely thanks to digitalisation. As a phenomenon, digital nomadism is defined as mobility as a wayContinue reading “Remote work and related mobility are on the rise – and the role of the state is changing”

How do mobility rights look like in the post-Covid19 world?

Being mobile in a global word is both a luxury and a privilege. For a long time, it has been accessible only to a part of the world’s population. However temporarily, Covid19 restrictions curtailed mobility for those with the most powerful passports in the world, including for location-independent workers called digital nomads. What does itContinue reading “How do mobility rights look like in the post-Covid19 world?”

Hello, I’m Mari!

Academy of Finland Research Fellow, Swedish School of Social Science, University of Helsinki What am I doing now? I am currently working on a project that deals with digital nomadism (2020-2025), in other words on location-independent work combined with life-style mobilities. What got me into this topic? I have been quite mobile for the mostContinue reading “Hello, I’m Mari!”