“I’LL CALL MY UNION”, SAID THE DRIVER – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING OF GIG WORKERS UNDER EU COMPETITION RULES

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“I’LL CALL MY UNION”, SAID THE DRIVER – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING OF GIG WORKERS UNDER EU COMPETITION RULES. / Bergqvist, Christian; Jacqueson, Catherine; Huffmann, Max; Lind, Yvette; Schmidt-Kessen, Maria José.

I: Europaraettslig Tidskrift, Bind 2021, Nr. 2, 2021, s. 237-267.

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Bergqvist, C, Jacqueson, C, Huffmann, M, Lind, Y & Schmidt-Kessen, MJ 2021, '“I’LL CALL MY UNION”, SAID THE DRIVER – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING OF GIG WORKERS UNDER EU COMPETITION RULES', Europaraettslig Tidskrift, bind 2021, nr. 2, s. 237-267.

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Bergqvist, C., Jacqueson, C., Huffmann, M., Lind, Y., & Schmidt-Kessen, M. J. (2021). “I’LL CALL MY UNION”, SAID THE DRIVER – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING OF GIG WORKERS UNDER EU COMPETITION RULES. Europaraettslig Tidskrift, 2021(2), 237-267.

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Bergqvist C, Jacqueson C, Huffmann M, Lind Y, Schmidt-Kessen MJ. “I’LL CALL MY UNION”, SAID THE DRIVER – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING OF GIG WORKERS UNDER EU COMPETITION RULES. Europaraettslig Tidskrift. 2021;2021(2):237-267.

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Bergqvist, Christian ; Jacqueson, Catherine ; Huffmann, Max ; Lind, Yvette ; Schmidt-Kessen, Maria José. / “I’LL CALL MY UNION”, SAID THE DRIVER – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING OF GIG WORKERS UNDER EU COMPETITION RULES. I: Europaraettslig Tidskrift. 2021 ; Bind 2021, Nr. 2. s. 237-267.

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