Unexpected Conclusions

Researching the gig economy throughout this summer has been far more enlightening and enriching than I could have ever expected.  My data and literature analysis and interviews led to numerous unexpected conclusions.  One of the findings I was most intrigued by was how far the impact of the gig economy reaches outside of its thriving […]

Go Gig or Go Home

The process of writing my research paper was definitely more challenging than expected.  The most formidable obstacle I faced was getting out of the traditional economics essay mentality that I have become so fixed upon.  Having studied in the UK for the last two years under an education system that permitted taking only classes within […]

Ready for Lyft-off!


My research on the gig economy has continued to intrigue and motivate me.  Going into this summer, I assumed that my paper would be primarily an analysis of the shortcomings and injustices of this faction of the labor market.  Most of the literature I had read and media I had been exposed to that led […]