3: Rise of the Digital Nomad and Location Independent Working – With Paul Green, Social Anthropologist

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Paul Green, a Social Anthropologist at Melbourne University, talks to us about the effects that the rise of the Digital Nomad and Location Independent Working are having on communities and coworking spaces, and the opportunities and challenges this presents for coworking businesses, tourism, brain drain, and governmental policy around the world.

Paul's research focuses on the life experiences and mobility practices of digital nomads, or location independent professionals, in the context of theoretical concerns about mobility, self and place-making, and the future of travel and work.

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