A new Centre for Research on Self-Employment (CRSE) think piece by Terri Griffith, Chester Spell, Katerina Bezrukova and Athena Floro, found that the lowest paid self-employed are most at risk of computerisation.
Freelancers working in the project sector contribute more to the economy than the creative industries and drive wider economic performance, new CRSE (Centre for Research on Self-Employment) research by Andrew Burke, Dean of Trinity Business School
New to the research library is a video featuring Charlie Tchinda. In this video he discusses his recent research presented at the Annual Global Research Workshop on Freelancing and Self-Employment 2018.
The CRSE is the leading international think tank working to improve the understanding of the self-employment sector and its impact on the economy. In collaboration with a global network of academics at the forefront of self-employment studies, the CRSE conducts and promotes leading edge multidisciplinary research. The aim of the CRSE is to better inform public policy and add value to practitioners.
Philip Ross examines how technology can be used to organise the self-employed commercially, with bargaining power a… https://t.co/WeT1WDAcgk