Current Issue

VOLUME 37, ISSUE 3 - Spring 2016


Introduction: Crowdsourcing, the Gig-Economy, and the Law
Valerio De Stefano

The Rise of the "Just-in-Time Workforce": On-Demand Work, Crowdwork, and Labor Protection in the "Gig Economy"
Valerio De Stefano 

Operating an Employer Reputation System: Lessons from Turkopticon, 2008-2015
M. Six Silberman and Lilly Irani

Income Security in the On-Demand Economy: Findings and Policy Lessons from a Survey of Crowdworkers
Janine Berg

Beyond Misclassification: The Digital Transformation of Work
Miriam A. Cherry

Beclouded Work, Beclouded Workers in Historical Perspective
Matthew W. Finkin

Uber, Taskrabbit, and Co.: Platforms as Employers? Rethinking the Legal Analysis of Crowdwork
Jeremias Prassl and Martin Risak

Commoditized Workers: Case Study Research on Labor Law Issues Arising from a Set of "On-Demand/Gig Economy" Platforms
Antonio Aloisi


Who Is a "Worker" in International Law?
Breen Creighton and Shae McCrystal



Ten Pathways to Death and Disaster: Learning from Fatal Incidents in Mines and Other High Hazard Workplaces, by Michael Quinlan
reviewed by Elizabeth Bluff

Comparative Labor Law, edited by Matthew W. Finkin and Guy Mundlak
reviewed by Adrián Goldin

The Right to Work: Legal and Philosophical Perspectives, edited by Virginia Mantouvaloureviewed by James A. Gross