2017 Academic Reads

Shaping the Gig Economy

Chappa, C, Varghese, M & Chandler, K

Proceedings of the Northeast Business & Economics Association

(Not) getting paid to do what you love: Gender, social media, and aspirational work

Book

Duffy, B.E.

(Not) Getting Paid to do what You Love: Gender, Social Media, and Aspirational Work

Nonstandard work arrangements and worker health and safety

Note

Howard, J.

American Journal of Industrial Medicine

The quantified self in precarity: Work, technology and what counts

Book

Moore, P.V.

The Quantified Self in Precarity: Work, Technology and What Counts

How employees are impacted

Book Chapter

Savage, R., Staunton, M.

Conquering Digital Overload: Leadership Strategies that Build Engaging Work Cultures

The resurgence of gig work: Historical and theoretical perspectives

Conference Paper

Stanford, J.

Economic and Labour Relations Review

Regulating work in the gig economy: What are the options?

Conference Paper

Stewart, A., Stanford, J.

Economic and Labour Relations Review

Beyond National Systems, Towards a 'Gig Economy'? A Research Agenda for International and Comparative Employment Relations

Article

Wright, C.F., Wailes, N., Bamber, G.J., Lansbury, R.D.

Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal

Public Policy in the Platform Society

Editorial

Nash, V., Bright, J., Margetts, H., Lehdonvirta, V.

Policy and Internet

Symposium on work in the 'gig' economy: Introduction

Conference Paper

Flanagan, F.

Economic and Labour Relations Review

Negotiating labour standards in the gig economy: Airtasker and Unions New South Wales

Conference Paper

Minter, K.

Economic and Labour Relations Review

Precarious jobs: Where are they, and how do they affect well-being?

Conference Paper

Lewchuk, W.

Economic and Labour Relations Review

Cueing Employability in the Gig Economy: Effects of Task-Relevant and Task-Irrelevant Information on Fiverr

Article

Carr, C.T., Hall, R.D., Mason, A.J., Varney, E.J.

Management Communication Quarterly

The mobilisation of gig economy couriers in Italy: Some lessons for the trade union movement

Note

Tassinari, A., Maccarrone, V.

Transfer

The Uber dilemma: Self-employed or employee? Britain wrestles with the gig economy

Article

[No author name available]

Economist (United Kingdom)

Unknowns of the gig-economy: Seeking multidisciplinary research into the rapidly evolving gig-economy

Review

Greenwood, B., Burtch, G., Carnahan, S.

Communications of the ACM

Sharing economy workers: Selling, not sharing

Article

Ravenelle, A.J.

Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society

Sharing economies: Moving beyond binaries in a digital age

Article

Davies, A.R., Donald, B., Gray, M., Knox-Hayes, J.

Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society

A framework to preserve confidentiality in crowdsourced software development

Conference Paper

Dubey, A., Abhinav, K., Virdi, G.

Proceedings - 2017 IEEE/ACM 39th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion, ICSE-C 2017

Workers on tap but income drying up? The potential implications for incomes and social protection of the 'gig economy'

Book Chapter

Gregory, L.

Social Policy Review 29: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, 2017

Remedies and legal categories: How to deal with work in the gig economy

Article

Treu, T.

Lavoro e Diritto

TAckling bogus self-employment: Some lessons from Romania

Article

Williams, C.C., Horodnic, I.A.

Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship

Digital labour and development: impacts of global digital labour platforms and the gig economy on worker livelihoods

Article

Graham, M., Hjorth, I., Lehdonvirta, V.

Transfer

The gig economy: employee, self-employed or the need for a special employment regulation?

Article

Todol?-Signes, A.

Transfer

Slave to the keyboard: The broken promises of the gig economy

Note

Milland, K.

Transfer

Precarious and Productive Work in the Digital Economy

Article

Coyle, D.

National Institute Economic Review

The Human Capital Hoax: Work, Debt and Insecurity in the Era of Uberization

Article

Fleming, P.

Organization Studies

Supplier Resources in the Sharing Economy: Three Regulatory Concerns

Article

Thorne, D.M., Quinn, F.F.

Journal of Marketing Channels

The Gig Economy and Contingent Work: An Occupational Health Assessment

Review

Tran, M., Sokas, R.K.

Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Bias in Online freelance marketplaces: Evidence from TaskRabbit and Fiverr

Conference Paper

Hann?k, A., Mislove, A., Wagner, C., Strohmaier, M., Garcia, D., Wilson, C.

Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, CSCW

Impact of the gig economy (Uber and AirBnB) in South Africa

Conference Paper

Haripershad, S., Johnston, K.

Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Social Media, ECSM 2017

Solo-self-employment, human capital and hybrid labour in the gig economy

Article

B?genhold, D., Klinglmair, R., Kandutsch, F.

Foresight and STI Governance

Winning the battle, losing the war?: Assessing the impact of misclassification litigation on workers in the GIG economy

Review

Dubal, V.B.

Wisconsin Law Review

Killing the goose that laid the golden egg: Outdated employment laws are destroying the gig economy

Review

Atmore, E.C.

Minnesota Law Review

The end of the subordinate worker?: The on-demand economy, the Gig Economy, and the need for protection for crowdworkers

Article

Todol?-Signes, A.

International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Alternative Work Arrangements: Two Images of the New World of Work

Review

Spreitzer, G.M., Cameron, L., Garrett, L.

Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior

Understanding the development implications of online outsourcing

Conference Paper

Malik, F., Nicholson, B., Heeks, R.

IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology

The new sharing economy: Creation of a new serfdom?

Review

Nnajiofor, P.

Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

Human capital. The audience labour on connective media platforms: Between user generated content (UGC) & professional generated content (PGC)

Review

Marinelli, A.

Comunicazioni Sociali

The regulatory challenges of 'Uberization' in China: Classifying ride-hailing drivers

Article

Zou, M.

International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Some reflections on the 'personal scope' of collective labour law

Article

Freedland, M., Kountouris, N.

Industrial Law Journal

Examining crowd work and gig work through the historical lens of piecework

Conference Paper

Alkhatib, A., Bernstein, M.S., Levi, M.

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings

The Big, Gig Picture: We Can't Assume the Same Constructs Matter

Review

Brawley, A.M.

Industrial and Organizational Psychology

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