Jack Fisher is an economics PhD candidate at the LSE. His research applies lessons from behavioural, labour, and public economics to the "gig economy". In particular, he has focused on the impact of behavioural biases on self-employed workers, information provision by gig platforms to workers, and the management of insurance costs by independent contractors. His work aims to support business and government foster a gig economy that is beneficial and equitable for all its participants.
Behavioural Economics, Labour Economics, Public Finance
Johannes Spinnewijn, John Van Reenen
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