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Labor Rights in the Fissured, Gig, and Algorithmic Economy: Exploring the regulation of work and the protection of workers’ rights in the changing global economy
Professors Kate Andrias (CLS), Ruth Dukes (University of Glasgow), Guy Mundlak (Tel Aviv University), and Brishen Rogers (Georgetown University Law Center) discuss the regulation of work and the collective rights of workers in a changing global economy.

More information about this session and the speakers is available at: https://parker-school.law.columbia.edu/events/labor-rights-fissured-gig-and-algorithmic-economyexploring-regulation-work-and-protection

Dec 10, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Kate Andrias
Kate Andrias is a Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. She teaches and writes in the areas of labor law and constitutional law with a focus on problems of political and economic inequality.
Ruth Dukes
Ruth Dukes is Professor of Labour Law at the University of Glasgow and principal investigator on the research project Work on Demand: Contracting for Work in a Changing Economy.
Guy Mundlak
Guy Mundlak is a Professor at the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law and the chair of the Department of Labour Studies. His work emphasizes the impact of law on the labour market and the welfare state. He recently published Organizing Matters: Two Logics of Trade Union Representation (2021).
Brishen Rogers
Brishen Rogers is a Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center. His recent work explores the relationship among labor and employment laws, workplace technological change, and economic inequality. His book Data and Democracy at Work is forthcoming from The MIT Press.