Modern work arrangements in the collaborative or ‘gig’ economy challenge and redefine traditional work patterns. Extensive scholarly writings in the last years have been dedicated to revealing the true nature and implications of such work, and this topic is a matter of heated debates. However, empirical research on the prevalence of ‘gig’ work is still relatively scarce and not reliable enough to reach any definite conclusions or provide prospective outlooks. This contribution does not aspire to analyse all open issues associated with the work in the ‘gig’ economy, but instead attempts to bring only the most pressing issues to the forefront.
- Nada Bodiroga - Vukobrat, Ana Pošćić, Adrijana Martinović
- Europeanization and Globalization, volume 4., Transnational, European, and National Labour Relations, Flexicurity and New Economy, Sander, Gerald G., Tomljenović, Vesna, Bodiroga – Vukobrat, Nada (eds.) Springer, Heidelberg,
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