Edited by Jean-Michel Bonvin, Professor of Sociology and Social Policy, Department of Sociology, University of Geneva, Nicola Cianferoni, Scientific Officer, State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO and Senior Researcher, University of Geneva, Switzerland and Maria Mexi, Senior Researcher and Fellow, Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy, Chair, Digital Innovation – Global Excellence Network/Tech Hub, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland and a consultant at the International Labour Organization
As our digital economy continues to expand, gig work becomes increasingly significant. This incisive book investigates the ways in which social dialogue can reinforce decent working practices and create inclusive workplaces in the growing gig economy, putting forward a framework for structured dialogue and collective bargaining among social partners, platforms, and workers.
Publication Date: 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80037 236 8 Extent: 172 pp
‘This is an excellent collection of research on the gig economy, providing much-needed comparative analysis that is too often missing from the literature. Throughout the collection, there are chapters that will appeal to students, academics, and practitioners who are interested in understanding the gig economy today.’– Jamie Woodcock, The Open University, UK