Gig Econiomy in the Eropean Union
Gig Economy

What is the Gig Economy?

The idea behind the Jean Monnet Module “Gig economy in the European Union: legal, economic, sociocultural, and political implications” (GE-EU-LESPI) arises from the growing importance of the gig economy as a sector in the global digital economy, and the need to examine its economic, legal, political, and sociocultural effects on both national and supranational entities, specifically in the European Union. The project is also closely connected to the research and practical experience of the project team members, who have expertise in both academia and business.

The GE-EU-LESPI project aims to advance teaching and research in the field of gig economy practices in the European Union, examining their economic, legal, political, and sociocultural implications, and exploring potential regulatory measures that could be adopted as best practices in other regions.

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The European Union as economic, political and sociocultural entity: historical and institutional framework

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The gig economy as an economic maverick in the digital era: comparative approach

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Seminar I

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The economic implications of the gig economy: the experience of the EU

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Social and sociocultural implications of gig economy: the EU countries practices

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Seminar II

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