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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 2 (70), 2019
ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION AND ISSUES OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Lushkin A. Yu.
PhD student, Chair of Economic Cybernetics, St. Petersburg State University

Electronic platforms and new employment trends (Russia, St. Petersburg)
The article discusses the impact produced by technological changes upon the formation of the labor market and new forms of employment. Electronic platforms become an ever more popular tool of interaction between business non-hired labor, thus creating new possibilities, but also producing new risks. The author analyzes new trends in the interaction between employers and businesses, as well as institutional and systemic change brought about by the emergence of new entrepreneurial structures based on electronic platforms.
Key words: digital technologies, employment, labor market, independent workers, electronic platforms
Pages: 71 - 74



Статья подготовлена в рамках гранта РНФ №18-18-00099 «Трансформация социально-экономических и технологических систем: новое осмысление роли человека, машин и управления».

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