Latest Academic Reads

Understanding Conflict and Shifting Boundaries in the Gig Economy Through the Dynamic Structural Model

Page-Tickell, R. and Yerby, E.

Article

Emerald Publishing Limited

The Shifting Boundaries of Capitalism and the Conflict of Surplus Value Appropriation within the Gig Economy

Roy-Mukherjee, S. & Harrison, M.

Article

Emerald Publishing Limited

“I’m my own boss…”:
Active intermediation and ‘Entrepreneurial’ worker agency in the Australian gig-economy

Barratt, T., Goods, C., Veen, A.

Article in Press

Environment & Planning A: Economy and Space

The platform as factory: Crowdwork and the hidden labour behind artificial intelligence

Altenried, M.

Article

Capital and Class

‘If He Just Knew Who We Were’: Microworkers’ Emerging Bonds of Attachment in a Fragmented Employment Relationship

Panteli, N., Rapti, A., Scholarios, D.

Article

Work, Employment and Society.

Working everywhere and every time?—Chances and risks in crowdworking and crowdsourcing work design

Schulte, J., Schlicher, K.D., Maier, G.W.

Article

Gruppe. Interaktion. Organisation. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Organisationspsychologie

The social production of radical space: Machinic labor struggles against digital spatial abstractions

Briziarelli, M., Armano, E

Article

Capital and Class

Autono-preneurial agents in the community: Developing a socially aware API for autonomous entrepreneurial lawn mowers

Toombs, A.L., Whitley, D., Gray, C.M.

Article

Proceedings of the International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work

Solidarities In and Through Work in an Age of Extremes

Beck, V., Brook, P.

Article

Work, Employment and Society

Careers Delivered from the Kitchen? Immigrant Women Small-scale Entrepreneurs Working in the Growing Nordic Platform Economy

Webster, N. & Zhang, Q.

Article

NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research

Contesting ‘bogus self-employment’ via legal mobilisation: The case of foster care workers

Kirk, E.

Research Article


Capital & Class

Emerging forms of worker collectivism among the precariat: When will capital’s ‘gig’ be up?

Gall, G.

Article

Capital & Class

‘Becoming mainstream’: the professionalisation and corporatisation of digital nomadism

Aroles, J., Granter, E., de Vaujany, F.-X.

Article in Press

New Technology, Work and Employment

The platform as factory: Crowdwork and the hidden labour behind artificial intelligence

Altenreid, M.

Article

Capital & Class


Sceptics or supporters? Consumers' views of work in the gig economy

J Healy, A Pekarek, A Vromen

Article

New Technology, Work and Employment

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