How the gig economy could drive growth in developing countries

23 March 2017 - As the Uberization of all things spreads across the globe, what does this look like in developing countries? It turns out that in developing nations, platforms where freelancers can make money—the Ubers, Craigslists, and Postmates of overseas—may just be the next big driver of economic development.

Say, M. (2017), 'How the gig economy could drive growth in developing countries', Forbes, 23 March.

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