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Title: Platform Economy in Lisbon During the Pandemic Emergency: Insights on the Circulation of Policy Ideas, in Spite of the Absence of a Specific Policy
Authors: Allegretti, Giovanni 
Holz, Sheila 
Rodrigues, Nuno
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Balão Editorial
Serial title, monograph or event: Policy Diffusion: New Constraints, New Realities
Place of publication or event: São José do Rio Preto
Abstract: The spreading of platforms’ economy worldwide has been one of the most interesting developments over the past decade. As clarified in both grey and academic literature (ILO, 2018; Gineikytė et al, 2020; Rani & Dhir, 2020), its irruption caught many countries and institutions off guard in relation to its consequences and effects, soon demonstrating that platform-driven economy is not “simply a new business model, a new social technology, or a new infrastructural formation (although it is also all of those things)”, but rather “the core organizational form of the emerging informational economy”, which does not limit itself to “enter or expand markets” but “replaces (and rematerializes) them, […] reshaping the landscape of legal entitlements and obligations” (Cohen, 2017, p. 133).
Description: Proceedings of the II International Conference on Policy Diffusion and Development Cooperation
ISBN: 978-65-86159-29-5
Rights: openAccess
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