Minimum wages on online labour platforms: a response to the ETUI and IG Metall's request for comment

Alex Wood, Mark Graham, Mohammed Amir Anwar, G Ramizo Jr

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Abstract

Some members of our research group have recently completed a three-year study of workers on online platforms who live in Africa and Asia (140 interviews; > 600 survey responses; and six months of transaction data from one of the world’s largest platforms). Our research into this topic continues in two ongoing five-year projects. The platforms that we looked at were global in nature, and in this response we focus on ‘non-geographically sticky work’ (i.e. ‘crowdwork’ or work that can, in theory, be done from anywhere).
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jun 2017

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