2 June 2021, 12:30-2pm, ZOOM
Registration link: https://cloud.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/webform/view.php?id=12977784
This study employs the notion of embeddedness as an analytical framework to critically examine the social bases of gig work and platform-mediated labour market, and their connections with the broader capitalist systems. Taking Hong Kong as an example, this qualitative study conducts in-depth interviews with 24 workers who engaged in a variety of gig works or labour platforms. Drawing on the research findings, some implications for policy change and labour organising are suggested.
Tat Chor Au-Yeung (Lingnan University)
Centre for Social Innovation, HKIAPS, CUHK
Ms. Tsui – email@example.com