Brandao Moniz, António. Digitalização e pandemia In, 2020.
Boavida, Nuno, António Moniz, Juan Aransanz, Pablo Sanz de Miguel, Maria Caprile, Julia Frias, Linda Nierling, Bettina-Johanna Krings, Leon Küstermann, Csaba Makó, Miklós Illéssy, and Katalin Bácsi. Work in digital platforms: Literature review from Germany, Hungary, Portugal and Spain. Lisbon: CICS.NOVA, 2019. Abstract

This 1st Report of the project CrowdWork21 presents a summary of the information collected about workers in digital platforms by country (German, Hungary, Portugal and Spain). Each national report describes first the scientific debates about workers of digital platforms. After, the reports present the information collected about the national public debates and identifies the angles normally covered by the media in relation to the organisation of digital workers. Lastly, the reports present initial conclusions about the information collected in each country.

Boavida, Nuno, and António B. Moniz. Work in digital platforms: Literature review and preliminary interviews in Portugal. Lisbon: CICS.NOVA, 2019.
Boavida, Nuno, and António Brandão Moniz. Project Deep View: Concluding report for Portugal. Lisbon: CICS.NOVA, 2019.

DEEP VIEW Decent and Productive Virtual Work

DEEP VIEW aims at favouring a deeper understanding on how social dialogue and collective bargaining at national, sectoral and company level is addressing the challenges of work transformation due to New ICTs with the view of promoting decent and productive virtual work.

EC - DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

Dynamics of Virtual Work (COST action, EC)

The changing geography of virtual work and the emergence of new value-generating virtual activities have major implications for economic development, skills and innovation policies. However these are poorly understood because they have been studied in a highly fragmentary way by isolated researchers.