Opinie - The rise (and fall?) of the GIG economyI.J. Lloyd LLM, PhD1
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It is often asserted that the creative industries are drivers of economic growth. They are responsible also for one of the key concepts of the information societies; the notion of the, so called, GIG economy. The term traces its origins to the musical sector where bands and other musicians would make one off or short term performances, often referred to as gigs, before live audiences. At a wider level, the GIG economy is characterised by a move away from traditional contracts of employment and the established status and rights of employers and employees to reliance upon other, more flexible forms of contractual relationship, principally those involving agreements for the provision of services and the engagement of self-employed contractors.
The distinction between contracts of employment and contracts for services is not a rigid one. Many activities may be carried out on either basis. The essence of the GIG economy...
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