¿Gobernar los cambios del empleo en la revolución digital?

Translated title of the contribution: [en] Job regulation in the digital revolution?

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Abstract

Spain is in the midst of a digital revolution. The quantitative effects of the digital revolution on employment remain highly uncertain, although we know that it will be important in the elimination of some ones, the creation of others and the transformation of many more. Based on the opinions of the protagonists in the current changes (experts, employers and trade unionists) and on the specialized literature, we have reviewed the main challenges that may affect Spain until 2025. Taking into account the country's weaknesses and strengths with regard to digitalization, we have assessed possible policies aimed to improve the quality and quantity of employment. To give more consistency to our analysis, we have studied the regulatory experiences of three European countries, Germany, France and United Kingdom, in the case of platform economies.

Translated title of the contribution[en] Job regulation in the digital revolution?
Original languageSpanish
Article numbere71122
JournalPolitica y Sociedad
Volume58
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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