Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation – Susan Houseman, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, Xavier de Souza Briggs, The Brookings Institution, and Hanyi (Livia) Yi, Boston College presents at the Entrepreneurship Issues Forum. This forum will explore the landscape of gig work in the U.S., the various types of gig work people engage in, the relationship between gig work and entrepreneurship, and what this all means for policy and practice. Register here.
University of Coimbra – Justice as Translation and Counter-storytelling Colloquium today. This event runs until the 28th and is open to the public, both in person and remotely. For those who wish to attend remotely, access is free, but requires registration. Register here.
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