Luca Ratti, coordinator of the WYP consortium, and Antonio Garcia-Muñoz, from the University of Luxembourg, continue (and conclude) here the conversation which was opened last December in EU Law Live’s Weekend Edition (No. 82, 3 December 2021).
In the first part of the Special Issue they discussed the proposal for a Directive on adequate minimum wages and the debates on minimum income at EU level as relevant topics in connection to in-work poverty. In this second part (No.111, September 2022) they present two contributions: one dealing with the regulation of platform work at EU level and the other with collective bargaining of the self-employed. Both topics are relevant from an in-work poverty perspective.
Read the publication here.