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Bibliographic details for "Working on digital labour platforms"

  • Page name: Working on digital labour platforms
  • Author:
    Hannah Johnston
    Alina Caia
    Michael ‘Six’ Silberman
    Monica Ceremigna
    Diego Hernández
  • Publisher: ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute
  • Date of last revision: 15 February 2021 15:45 Europe/Brussels
  • Date retrieved: 08 May 2021 12:09 Europe/Brussels
  • Permanent link: https://etui.org/publications/working-digital-labour-platforms

Citation styles for "Working on digital labour platforms"

APA style:
ETUI contributors. (2021, February 15). Working on digital labour platforms. In ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute. Retrieved 12:09, May 08, 2021, from https://etui.org/publications/working-digital-labour-platforms

MLA Style Manual:
ETUI contributors. "Working on digital labour platforms" ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute. ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute, 15 Feb. 2021. Web. 08 May. 2021.

MHRA style:
ETUI contributors, 'Working on digital labour platforms', ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute, 15 February 2021 15:45 Europe/Brussels, <https://etui.org/publications/working-digital-labour-platforms> [accessed 08 May 2021].

Chicago style:
ETUI contributors, "Working on digital labour platforms," ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute, https://etui.org/publications/working-digital-labour-platforms (accessed May 08, 2021).

CBE/CSE style:
ETUI contributors. Working on digital labour platforms [Internet]. ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute; 2021 Feb 15 15:45 Europe/Brussels [cited 2021 May 08]. Available from: https://etui.org/publications/working-digital-labour-platforms.

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AMA style:
ETUI contributors. Working on digital labour platforms. ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute. February 15, 2021, 15:45 Europe/Brussels. Available at: https://etui.org/publications/working-digital-labour-platforms. Accessed May 08, 2021.

BibTeX entry:

@misc{ etui:xxx, author = "{ETUI contributors}", author = "{ETUI contributors}", title = "Working on digital labour platforms --- {ETUI}{,} The European Trade Union Institute", year = "2021", url = "https://etui.org/publications/working-digital-labour-platforms", note = "[Online; accessed 08-May-2021]" }

When using the LaTeX package url (\usepackage{url} somewhere in the preamble), which tends to give much more nicely formatted web addresses, the following may be preferred:

@misc{ etui:xxx, author = "{ETUI contributors}", title = "Working on digital labour platforms --- {ETUI}{,} The European Trade Union Institute", year = "2021, howpublished = "\url{https://etui.org/publications/working-digital-labour-platforms}", note = "[Online; accessed 08-May-2021]" }

Table of contents

Working on digital labour platforms-A trade union guide for trainers on crowd-, app- and platform-based work_2021.pdf

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