Prof. Oranburg discusses sharing economy at Univ. of Nebraska College of Law
The Nebraska College of Law's Federalist Society invited Professor Seth Oranburg to present his latest paper, which proposes a new worker classification for the sharing economy and speculates on the implications of blockchain technology on the future of work.
Oranburg's March 13, 2018 presentation is available on YouTube.
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