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KESQ Palm Springs
Uber takes major step for workersmover may be good for workers. It has deep pockets and is by far the largest di
Uber takes major step for workers
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 4 days ago
mover may be good for workers. It has deep pockets and is by far the largest digital labor platform, as Larry Katz and Alan Krueger pointed out in their recent study. And by bringing independent worker advocacy pioneer Sara Horowitz and her... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Seeing Through the On-Demand Smoke Screenpre-dates the on-demand economy: A recent study from Harvard economist Lawrence
Seeing Through the On-Demand Smoke Screen
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
pre-dates the on-demand economy: A recent study from Harvard economist Lawrence Katz and Princeton economist Alan Krueger showed that the number of Americans employed in “alternative arrangements” -- defined as any type of temporary,... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Seeing Through the On-Demand Smoke Screenpre-dates the on-demand economy: A recent study from Harvard economist Lawrence
Seeing Through the On-Demand Smoke Screen
Connecticut Post / Posted 4 days ago
pre-dates the on-demand economy: A recent study from Harvard economist Lawrence Katz and Princeton economist Alan Krueger showed that the number of Americans employed in “alternative arrangements” -- defined as any type of temporary,... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Seeing Through the On-Demand Smoke Screenpre-dates the on-demand economy: A recent study from Harvard economist Lawrence
Seeing Through the On-Demand Smoke Screen
Greenwich Time / Posted 4 days ago
pre-dates the on-demand economy: A recent study from Harvard economist Lawrence Katz and Princeton economist Alan Krueger showed that the number of Americans employed in “alternative arrangements” -- defined as any type of temporary,... Read more
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The News-Times
Seeing Through the On-Demand Smoke Screenpre-dates the on-demand economy: A recent study from Harvard economist Lawrence
Seeing Through the On-Demand Smoke Screen
The News-Times / Posted 4 days ago
pre-dates the on-demand economy: A recent study from Harvard economist Lawrence Katz and Princeton economist Alan Krueger showed that the number of Americans employed in “alternative arrangements” -- defined as any type of temporary,... Read more
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Newsmax
America's Red-Tape Machine Ensnares Millions of Young Have-Notslift earnings for licensed workers by about 15 percent, according to research b
America's Red-Tape Machine Ensnares Millions of Young Have-Nots
Newsmax / Posted 13 days ago
lift earnings for licensed workers by about 15 percent, according to research by Kleiner and Princeton University economist Alan Krueger. It’s typically an expensive journey with plenty of obstacles. Would-be licensees must pass final tests within a... Read more
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The Atlantic
What Would a Merrick Garland Confirmation Mean for the Future of Gig Work?complexity to an already difficult question. The resulting morass led former Ob
What Would a Merrick Garland Confirmation Mean for the Future of Gig Work?
The Atlantic / Posted 18 days ago
complexity to an already difficult question. The resulting morass led former Obama administration officials Seth Harris and Alan Krueger to conclude that it would be better to create a third category to describe workers trapped in the grey area—the... Read more
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Market Watch
Uber settlement first step in evolving labor market relationshipsemployees, but can help set the terms of their employment relationships by nego
Uber settlement first step in evolving labor market relationships
Market Watch / Posted 25 days ago
employees, but can help set the terms of their employment relationships by negotiating with their clients. Seth Harris and Alan Krueger writing for the Hamilton Project argue that the “independent workers” in the “online gig economy,” where workers... Read more
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The Atlantic
The US Recovery Is Historically Good. Why Does It Feel Terrible?grew five-times faster. The quality of many middle class jobs is also eroding.
The US Recovery Is Historically Good. Why Does It Feel Terrible?
The Atlantic / Posted 26 days ago
grew five-times faster. The quality of many middle class jobs is also eroding. Research by the economists Lawrence Katz and Alan Krueger found that between 2005 and 2015, the number of workers in alternative arrangements without health insurance or... Read more
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Quartz
The poorer Uber drivers are, the more they probably depend on Uber($83,900+), meanwhile, get only 20% of their income from such jobs. Earlier thi
The poorer Uber drivers are, the more they probably depend on Uber
Quartz / Posted 26 days ago
($83,900+), meanwhile, get only 20% of their income from such jobs. Earlier this year, economists Lawrence Katz and Alan Krueger found that Uber could make up half to two-thirds of all gig economy work. Compare that to people making money... Read more

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