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Work from home: how COVID-19 sped up the inevitable

US employees report that they anticipate a fourfold increase in the share of hours they will WFH going forward. Image: REUTERS/Eva Plevier

Morris Davis

Paul V. Profeta Chair of Real Estate and Academic Director, Rutgers Business School

Andra Ghent

Associate Professor of Finance, University of North Carolina

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