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|Title:||Gig Economy and Market Design. Why to regulate the market of jobs carried out through digital platforms|
|Citation:||Faioli M. (2019), Gig Economy and Market Design. Why to regulate the market of jobs carried out through digital platforms, , Sinappsi, VIII, n. 2, pp. 14-20. <https://oa.inapp.org/xmlui/handle/20.500.12916/340>|
|Abstract:||The most recent studies have focused on the classification of the working activities carried out by the so-called “riders”, differentiating between self-employment and employment, suggesting the reintroduction of other types of working arrangements (so-called “quasi-subordinate” or “coordinated” employment), or pointing to the inadequacy of domestic legal frameworks in enforcing protection in relation to wage, working time, monitoring, union freedoms and strike. The present essay is centred on another issue: it is assumed that the jobs carried out through digital platforms – in the specific case of working activities performed for Gig Economy companies delivering goods or providing services to individuals and households – fall under temporary agency work as per the Italian Laws nos. 81 dated 15 June 2015 and 276 dated 10 September 2003.|
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