Social and Solidarity Economy and the Future of Work** This paper draws on a work that was previously published by the ILO and is available at:—ed_emp/—emp_ent/—coop/documents/publication/wcms_573160.pdf (Copyright © International Labour Organization 2017.)

  title={Social and Solidarity Economy and the Future of Work** This paper draws on a work that was previously published by the ILO and is available at:—ed\_emp/—emp\_ent/—coop/documents/publication/wcms\_573160.pdf (Copyright {\textcopyright} International Labour Organization 2017.)},
  author={Carlo Borzaga and Gianluca Salvatori and Riccardo Bodini},
  journal={Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies},
  pages={37 - 57}
Abstract The global economy is affected by significant economic, technological and demographic changes that threaten to reduce decent work opportunities at a time when the demand for employment is growing, and economic inequalities are higher than ever. New technologies and automation are increasingly replacing human workers, and the sectors that are less likely to be affected by these phenomena and more likely to grow in the near future (e.g., like personal services) are also more prone to… Expand
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