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CLMR Centre for Labour Management Relations, Ryerson University, August 8, 2016: Conference: The Gig Economy and Your Protections and Rights (PDF, 128 pages)
Economic Policy Institute, March 17, 2016: "Uber business model does not justify a new ‘independent worker’ category", by Ross Eisenbrey and Lawrence Mishel
Quartz, March 2016: Inside Instacart’s fraught and misguided quest to become the Uber of groceries
Grossman, N. & Woyke, E. (2016). Serving workers in the gig economy: Emerging resources for the on-demand workforce. O'Reilly.
Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, January 29, 2015: “Uber, Airbnb and consequences of the sharing economy: Research roundup”
Sofia, Ranchordás (2015). Does sharing mean caring? Regulating Innovation in the sharing economy. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology. 16(1).
DataSpace at Princeton University, January, 2015: "An Analysis of the Labor Market for Uber’s Driver-Partners in the United States" [28 pages, PDF]
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