This paper addresses the impact of ICT on the way firms organize their production in the Netherlands based on housing choice. Housing choice is adaptive behaviour designed to combine the various interdependent careers (e.g. educational, working and family) of the members of the household in time and space. ICT, specifically teleworking, may increase the time budgets of households and therefore housing demand. This article presents some of the results of two research projects related to (a) teleworkers and (b) self-employed entrepreneurs who use former agricultural buildings for non-agricultural activities.
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