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Gerenciamento e disciplina algorítmica
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OLIVEIRA, Herbert Paolo Salles de; BRITTO, Jorge Nogueira de Paiva. Gerenciamento e disciplina algorítmica: uma análise focalizada em plataformas de emprego de elevada qualificação. Economia e Sociedade, Campinas, SP, v. 32, n. 3, p. 633–668, 2023. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/ecos/article/view/8675548. Acesso em: 18 jun. 2024.

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O artigo discute as práticas de gerenciamento e disciplina algorítmica no contexto das plataformas digitais de trabalho, com um foco particular em plataformas digitais de emprego de elevada qualificação, estruturando-se em quatro seções. Uma primeira seção busca caracterizar, de maneira geral, as plataformas digitais de trabalho. Uma segunda seção aborda especificamente as características das plataformas digitais de emprego de elevada qualificação, destacando as do trabalho freelance associado a estas plataformas, correlacionado a argumentos da literatura que discute estas transformações dos mercados de trabalho. Uma terceira seção discute o papel das práticas de gerenciamento algorítmico nas plataformas digitais de trabalho. Uma quarta seção aborda a questão da “disciplina algorítmica” em plataformas digitais de trabalho, referenciando esse processo às características de plataformas digitais de trabalho com maior qualificação. Uma última seção sumariza as principais conclusões e aponta desdobramentos desse programa de pesquisa.

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