ZJAWISKO GIG ECONOMY I UBERYZACJA PRACY JAKO WSTĘPNE ETAPY BEZROBOCIA TECHNOLOGICZNEGO

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.19251/ne/2022.36(12)

Słowa kluczowe:

bezrobocie technologiczne, gig economy, uberyzacja, rynek pracy

Abstrakt

W artykule autor posługuje się metodami desk research (analiza dyskursu naukowego i analiza danych wtórnych), aby dowieść, że współczesne zjawiska zmian zatrudnienia: gig economy (ekonomia fuch) i uberyzacja mogą być interpretowane jako zapowiedzi i wstępne etapy nadchodzącego bezrobocia technologicznego. Autor skupia się na atomizacji pracy, wykorzystaniu platform, zautomatyzowanym nadzorze, kontroli nad procesem przydzielania i wykonywania pracy i zmianie językowej w dyskursie. W rezultacie można stwierdzić, że najbardziej charakterystyczne cechy uberyzacji, rozumianej jako trwający proces kształtowania gig economy, można powiązać z konkretnymi modelami powstawania bezrobocia technologicznego – modele te dotyczą automatyzacji konkretnych umiejętności, czynności rutynowych lub całych zawodów.

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