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José María Miranda Boto and Elisabeth Brameshuber (May 2022). Collective Bargaining and the Gig Economy:
A Traditional Tool for New Business Models. The book collects the results of the COGENS (VS/2019/0084) research project, funded by the European Union, that gathered scholars and stakeholders from 17 countries. It will be an invaluable resource for scholars, trade unionists, employers’ representatives and policy makers.
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This open access book investigates the role of collective bargaining in the gig economy.
As with the labour movement historically, the big question is whether individual rights for workers in the digital economy can ever become secure and meaningful in the absence of collective rights. And, as with the labour movement historically, the role of workers on the ground in defining their own forms of organisation and bargaining units. Despite its European focus, this book offers a basis for addressing these questions in a way that SA policymakers could be persuaded by and part of.
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