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Bibliographic details for "The platform economy and social law: Key issues in comparative perspective"

  • Page name: The platform economy and social law: Key issues in comparative perspective
  • Author:
    Isabelle Daugareilh
  • Publisher: ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute
  • Date of last revision: 05 November 2020 13:19 Europe/Brussels
  • Date retrieved: 23 June 2021 05:12 Europe/Brussels
  • Permanent link: https://etui.org/publications/working-papers/the-platform-economy-and-social-law-key-issues-in-comparative-perspective

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