Implications of ICT-based platforms on labor markets – the case of Uber

Iwona Maria Windekilde, Anders Henten

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ICT platforms mediating in the labor area build on labor markets with people being under-employed and/or part-time employed. The extent to which such platforms currently contribute to the general trends in part-time or self-employment can be difficult to assess, as the figures presently are relatively small in the large picture. But there can hardly be any doubt that these ICT platforms in the longer run will reinforce trends towards part-time employment and, at any rate, unstable work and work conditions.
Original languageEnglish
JournalEconomic Problems of Services, Scientific Journal of the University of Szczecin
Issue number2/2018
Pages (from-to)75-96
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 2021


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