Some people may refer to their company’s headquarters as the Mother Ship. But economist Robert Shiller has a different theory about the relationship between space, time and — well — work. As companies increasingly push workers to return to the office, one prominent economist says that a fundamental shift is underway.
“I think there’s going to be a revolution because of work at home,” Shiller, the Nobel-Prize winning professor of economics at Yale University and co-founder of the Case-Shiller Index, told MarketWatch.
“‘It’s just like the space project. The trips to the moon and to Mars came out after a horrible World War II. Sometimes bad things can stir things up a bit and make for a better outcome in the future.’”