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Mark Graham
Professor of Internet Geography at | Director of | PI of | Digital Economies, Economic Geography, Digital Inequality
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Replying to @didemozkul
Congrats Didem. I'm looking forward to reading this!
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Maggie Jack Sep 18
Fascinating call for papers: "digital work in the planetary market" at AAG 2020
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Mark Graham Sep 18
Huge congrats Payal!
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Mark Graham Sep 18
If you're in Brussels on Oct 25, consider coming to the lecture I'm giving as part of the programme. I'll be talking about why geographies of the platform economy matter.
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Mel Sep 17
Some excellent conference panels on work futures coming my way today. This one is by
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samim Sep 17
Today, Humans are seriously talking about creating "life-like Artificial Intelligences & Robots" - while constantly treating all existing life-forms in the world essentially like shit. Extreme hubris and sign of real stupidity.
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Arturo Arriagada Sep 17
La versión 2019 de la conferencia tendrá como invitados a de y de . ¿Los temas que se van a discutir? Trabajo digital, libertad de prensa y algoritmos en la economía de las plataformas: 9 de Octubre (9.30) en .
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L. Enrique Santana Sep 16
Save the date! Social Media Culture Conference, October 8-9, Valparaíso & Santiago guest speakers NYU-Harvard Oxford Internet Institute USC -Annenberg at by
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Fairwork Foundation Sep 3
We're hiring again! This time an 18-month postdoc to work with us as we pilot Fairwork in Germany and the UK. If you have any experience studying the gig economy and would like to join our action research project, please consider applying to this post.
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Mark Graham Sep 13
This data from Brancati et al (2019) indicates that an average of 2.3% of working-age Europeans (i.e. over 8 million Europeans) rely on platforms for their main source of income. Source: (the >8 million figure was my back of the envelope calculation)
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Holly Rigby Sep 13
Removing charity status so private schools pay business rates is a good start. But even Tories agree with this. If we really want to end grotesque inequality of private schools, Labour must go much further. Great to see full abolition being considered. It’s time to
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Mark Graham Sep 13
Replying to @DanjoKaz00ie
Once you're settled in, perhaps we can invite you down to give a talk. We're only a few hours away on the train.
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Mark Graham Sep 13
Replying to @DanjoKaz00ie
Congrats Dan! That's my hometown. I hope you enjoy it there.
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Mark Graham Sep 12
Replying to @kyjts @fabianlferrari
Looking forward to catching up!
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Mark Graham Sep 12
Consider submitting a paper to our session ** Digital Work in the Planetary Market ** (organised by me and )
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Sanna Ojanperä Sep 12
Thrilled to receive my copy of the 2nd edition of 'Society and the Internet'! The chapter I authored w & is in great company with 23 others presenting cutting-edge work on the economic, social & political forces shaping the Internet and its impacts on society!
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Alex Wood Sep 11
Our article 'Networked but Commodified: The (Dis)Embeddedness of Digital Labour in the Gig Economy' in is out in print today with
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David Palfrey Sep 12
Twitter hive-mind! Has there been any research on the numbers and social composition of people who work as annotators for machine learning?
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Ann Light Sep 12
Fairwork's Richard Heeks presents the background to the new system for protecting gig-workers in the platform economy.
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Pascal Del Giudice Sep 11
Exciting opportunity in the area of - for fair working future for millions of digital platform workers in
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