Sharing economy vs. Uber economy y las fronteras del derecho del trabajo: la (des)protección de los trabajadores en el nuevo entorno digital

Sergi Gálvez Duran, Anna Ginès Fabrellas

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The aim of this paper is to determine whether new forms of work emerged in the new digital environment have altered the boundaries of Labor Law. That is, if App-based companies, -correctly or incorrectly- included in the sharing economy that employ crowdsourcing and on-demand work by independent contractors, have occupied an area previously owned by Labor Law, expanding, therefore, the scope of non-legally binding relationships. Or if, on the contrary, the traditional characteristics of the employment relationship are still adequate to expose cases of possible fraud in hiring independent contractors in the new digital environment.
Títol traduït de la contribucióSharing economy vs. Uber economy and the boundaries of labor law: Vulnerability of workers in the new digital environment
Idioma originalCastellà
Pàgines1-44
Publicació especialitzadaInDret: Revista para el Análisis del Derecho
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 29 de gen. 2016

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