Future Ways of Working in the Digital Economy
A four-year research project funded by the Research Council of Norway
As digital labor markets continue to grow, transferring risks and costs onto workers, it is critical that the experience of the individual digital worker is re-prioritised as a focus within research and public discourse.
Accordingly, this project conducts an in-depth empirical investigation into the function, status, and meaning creation of individual workers in the future digital economy.
Research along five work packages, focusing on macro-, meso-, and micro- dimensions of the digital economy, will result in the development of inclusive labor designs for a fairer digital economy.
For the macro-dimension, this project will commence with a thorough mapping of the current and future digital economy.
For the meso-dimension, the project will investigate the roles of organizations and institutions, especially the pivotal role of platforms, in shaping the experiences of digital labor.
The micro-dimension refers to the situational experiences of digital workers, where we will explore questions of digital literacy and preparedness, identity, and status.
As an overall driving construct, this project aims to understand how individual digital workers can create a sense of belonging, meaningfulness, and mattering in the increasingly remote, decontextualized, and fragmented digital economy.
Tuesday, 03 March 2020 -
Workshop on Digital Justice at Oxford University
Tuesday, 14 January 2020 -
Presentation at the Sharing Smart Cities Switzerland Symposium – Lucerne, Switzerland
Monday, 13 January 2020 -
Workshop on the Governance of Next Gen Technologies: International Trends and Perspectives with the Electronic Transactions Development Agency in Bangkok
Friday, 29 November 2019 -
Session on Inclusion online at the Internet Governance Forum in Berlin
For all queries, please contact:
Professor Christian Fieseler
BI Norwegian Business School
This project has received funding from the Research Council of Norway within the Toppforsk project "Future Ways of Working in the Digital Economy" (275347).