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COVID-19 and the gig economy in Poland

  title={COVID-19 and the gig economy in Poland},
  author={Maciej Berkesewicz and Dagmara Nikulin},
We use a dataset covering nearly the entire target population based on passively collected data from smartphones to measure the impact of the first COVID-19 wave on the gig economy in Poland. In particular, we focus on transportation (Uber, Bolt) and delivery (Wolt, Takeaway, Glover, DeliGoo) apps, which make it possible to distinguish between the demand and supply part of this market. Based on Bayesian structural time-series models, we estimate the causal impact of the first COVID-19 wave on… 



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