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Uber and the Covid Crisis. Business model, state regulation and social impact. 02/2021

Date: 
06/02/2021
Hannah Johnston, Queen's University & Fairwork
Jamie Woodcock, Senior Lecturer at the Open University
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International Monthly Seminar. 02/2021

This seminar discusses how the COVID crisis has affected UBER as a company and the car hailing sector, focusing on the sustainability and future perspective of UBER as a business model, on examples of possible regulation and at the social impact of the crisis, with particular emphasis on the drivers.

The session will build on presentations by Dr Hannah Johnston (PhD Queen’s University Ontario, CA and former ILO) and Dr Jamie Woodcock (Senior Lecturer at the Open University, UK).

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