Session onCrowdwork and work in the sharing economy [ Part 2 ]: Regulation and current legal trends
Miriam Cherry (University of St. Louis) explores the current litigation landscape around crowdwork and the sharing economy, arguing for a minimum wage. Antonio Aloisi, (Bocconi University) discusses the standard terms and conditions of the most known platforms, highlighting relevant regulatory questions. Vishaka Wanasinghe, (Finance Ministry of Sri Lanka), explores problems virtual workers may face, from a developing country’s perspective. Session chaired by Janine Berg (ILO) and Valerio de Stefano (ILO).