Legal Issues in the Digital Economy: The Impact of Disruptive Technologies in the Labour Market
It is a matter of fact that technological innovation is deeply impacting on our culture, society, economy and labour market. The massive and widespread use of Artificial Intelligence and the strengthening of the collaborative economy (also known as ‘gig’ or ‘platform’ economy) are blurring the traditional legal categories and creating new requirements for protection for employed and self-employed workers. This book represents a tool to understand where we are and where we are going, focusing on old and new legal categories and labour market policies. The chapters included in this volume cover different disciplines, such as legal informatics, labour law, social security law, civil law, and tort law, in order to offer scholars and legal specialists an overall view of ongoing changes, challenges and opportunities from a European Union law perspective.
This book is part of a series. View the full series, "ADAPT Labour Studies Book-Series", here.
Valeria Filì is Full Professor of Labour Law at the University of Udine, Italy. Her areas of research and teaching are labour law, employment law, industrial relations law, social security law and anti-discrimination law.
Federico Costantini is Researcher and Adjunct Professor of Legal Informatics at the University of Udine, Italy. His studies are focused on legal issues related to data protection, Artificial Intelligence and distributed system technologies.
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