Income security in the on-demand economy : findings and policy lessons from a survey of crowdworkers
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Keywordsguaranteed income; social assistance; workers rights; precarious employment; casual workeres.; job insecurity; working conditions; work organization; survey.; revenu garanti; assistance sociale; droits des travailleurs; emploi précaire; travailleur occasionnel; insécurité de l'emploi; conditions de travail; organisation du travail; enquête; ingreso garantizado; asistencia social; derechos de los trabajadores; empleo precario; trabajador ocasional; inseguridad laboral; condiciones de trabajo; organización del trabajo; encuesta;
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