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Kroesen, M. (author), De Vos, Jonas (author), Le, Huyen T.K. (author), Ton, Danique (author)
Research on the relationships between travel-related attitudes and travel behaviour has recently been reinvigorated by new theorizing as well as new empirical models. While traditional theories assume a rather static role of attitudes, i.e. acting as stable predispositions that cause behaviours in a unidirectional manner, recent models assume...
journal article 2023
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Park, S.Y. (author), Newton, C.E.L. (author), Lee, Rachel (author)
The sudden adoption of working from home (WFH) during the COVID-19 pandemic has required the reconfiguration of home spaces to fit space for remote work into existing spaces already filled with other domestic functions. This resulted in blurring of home and work boundaries, the potential lack of space for telecommuting from home, and...
journal article 2023
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Kroesen, M. (author), Le, Huyen T.K. (author), De Vos, Jonas (author), Ton, Danique (author), de Bruyn, Menno (author)
This study investigates whether the decline in public transit ridership is a temporary phenomenon or indicative of a structural shift in travel patterns and attitudes. We estimate a latent class trajectory model using data from a comprehensive and large-scale survey administered by the Dutch national train operator conducted at eight...
journal article 2023
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Uyttebrouck, C.F. (author), De Decker, Pascal (author), Newton, C.E.L. (author)
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Work from home (WFH) received much public attention. Imposing such a measure was feasible in the context of labour markets’ flexibilisation, which has reshaped urban live-work relationships. However, the pandemic’s effects on those relationships have rarely been explored in housing and planning studies. This...
journal article 2023
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Brimaire, Jil (author)
The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management is committed to enhancing the accessibility and sustainability of the Dutch mobility system. Working from home (WFH) has been discussed as a policy lever to decrease commute travel and, thereby, congestion for decades. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this discussion regained momentum. WFH...
master thesis 2022
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Huisman, Jeffrey (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic had a strong impact on travel behaviour and Dutch societal perspectives on that travel behaviour. During 2020 and even the first half of 2021, the number of airplane passengers and train passengers saw a massive drop during the pandemic. The car, while definitely affected early in the pandemic, saw less of a drop and car...
master thesis 2022
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Kroesen, M. (author)
Much research has been devoted to assessing the effect of commute duration on the subjective well-being of people, but as of yet, the respective body or research has been inconclusive as to whether there is indeed a (large) negative effect or not. To control the spread of COVID-19 governments around the world have taken unprecedented measures to...
journal article 2022
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Ortiz, Marco A. (author), Bluyssen, P.M. (author)
The worldwide spread of the Coronavirus disease 2019 forced governments to enact different measures to mitigate the infections. Employers and workers had to adjust by shifting a substantial number of jobs to a “work from home” configuration (WFH). On average, people used to spend around 90% of their time indoors, however, this number may have...
conference paper 2022
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Hesselman, Daniël (author)
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, students are having difficulties with working from home. Particularly those living in a single-room-home, where they have to find ways to separate work and private life, while signals from different activities are mixed in a single room. This thesis focussed on helping TU Delft students quickly, as 82% of...
master thesis 2021
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Remmerswaal, Leonie (author)
The amount of people working from home has been increasing. However, working from home has its issues and consequences. The degree to which one experiences recovery from stress and fatigue is limited when working from home, which has consequences on motivation, performance, health, and well-being. The aim of this project was...
master thesis 2021
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Barbour, N.M. (author), Menon, Nikhil (author), Mannering, Fred (author)
Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have dramatically transformed industry, healthcare, mobility, and education. Many workers have been forced to shift to work-from-home, adjust their commute patterns, and/or adopt new behaviors. Particularly important in the context of mitigating transportation-related emissions is the shift to work-from-home....
journal article 2021
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Colenberg, S.E. (author), Keyson, D.V. (author)
Background and aim – While remote working is not a new phenomenon, Covid-19 has forced many office workers to work from home for long consecutive periods. Recent research shows that while most of them say they can work productively from home, many feel less connected to their colleagues. This study explores how these experiences may influence...
conference paper 2021
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Tang, Xiaodi (author)
This master graduation project was started from the current issue - COVID 19 crisis, explored a special context - the first quarantined city, Wuhan. The main purpose of this project is to get deeper understanding of the people who were quarantined at home for long time, and try to use interactive design to help them improve their mental states...
master thesis 2020
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de Jonge, Eline (author)
COVID-19 has affected many economies all over the world. Due to COVID-19 employees worldwide are forced to completely work from home suddenly. There is not much literature yet on the effects of this sudden shift on productivity. This report aims to find the factors that influence productivity most while working remotely. An in-depth single case...
master thesis 2020
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Parukoor Thomas, B. (author)
This project deals with the creation of mechanisms for self-assessment in work-from-home (WFH) environments to enhance people's satisfaction. The core of the project lies in increasing WFH satisfaction by incorporating self-experimenting into work and family activities. This relies on the determinants of satisfaction and how homeworkers relate...
master thesis 2020
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Ralph, Paul (author), Baltes, Sebastian (author), Adisaputri, Gianisa (author), Torkar, Richard (author), Kovalenko, V.V. (author), Kalinowski, Marcos (author), Novielli, Nicole (author), Yoo, Shin (author), Devroey, Xavier (author), Tan, Xin (author), Zhou, Minghui (author), Turhan, Burak (author), Hoda, Rashina (author), Hata, Hideaki (author), Robles, Gregorio (author), Milani Fard, Amin (author), Alkadhi, Rana (author)
Context: As a novel coronavirus swept the world in early 2020, thousands of software developers began working from home. Many did so on short notice, under difficult and stressful conditions.<br/><br/>Objective: This study investigates the effects of the pandemic on developers’ wellbeing and productivity.<br/><br/>Method: A questionnaire survey...
journal article 2020
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