Data regulation, taxation, jurisdiction and competition are some of the main debates that could shape future platforms, business models, and forms of work. This report is focused on the current debates in the trade regime that impact crowdworking platforms, and how some domestic regulations are responding. Although most academic concerns regarding crowdworking platforms are related to labour standards, the trade regime imposes some challenges to the development of these technologies as a source of employment.
Amy, Fabiola and Michelle will share their highlights from the report, followed by an open Q&A.
- Watch a video preview of the report HERE
- View the full report HERE
- Fabiola Maza, Lawyer, Master student, International Affairs, IHEID with specialization in Labour and Gender
- Amy Nguyen, Master student, International Affairs, IHEID with a primary interest in the intersection of finance and global health
- Michelle Olguin, Master student, International Affairs, IHEID, video and podcast enthusiast interested in bringing intricate research topics to a mass audience.
Moderator: Kitrhona Cerri, Executive Director, TASC Platform
17:00 – Welcome and introductions by Kitrhona
17:05 – Short presentation of report findings by Amy, Fabiola and Michelle
17:20 – Audience Q&A, moderated by Kitrhona
17:28 – Thanks and event close
17:30 – End of event