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12. - 13.12.2019, 10:00 - 14:00 Uhr / Sozialrecht

Social Law 4.0: New Approaches for Ensuring and Financing Social Security for the Digital Age

Welcome

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Becker, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy

I. Starting Points: The Changing World of Work as a Challenge for Social Security

Social Security in the 21st Century

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Becker, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy

What is Really New? Critical Assessment of Empirical Studies and Implications for Social Security

Dr. Olga Chesalina, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy

II. Ensuring Social Security: Employment Status Classification and

Access to Social Security

Classification of Platform Workers – Implications for Social Security: The Swiss Example

Prof. Dr. Thomas Gächter, Zurich University

(Mis)classification of Platform Workers – Critical Assessment of the Italian Experience

Prof. Dr. Edoardo Ales, Parthenope University of Naples

Relationship between Employment Status and the Scope of Social Security Protection: The UK Example

Dr. Philip Larkin, Brunel University London

III. Ensuring Social Security: Innovative Solutions for Extending the Access

to Social Security

Extending Social Insurance Schemes to 'Non-Employees' and Adapting Social Insurance Schemes to Hybrid Employment: The Dutch Example

Prof. Dr. Gijsbert Vonk, University of Groningen

Collective Agreements as an Instrument of Social Protection for Non-Standard and Platform Workers: The Danish Experience

Dr. Natalie Videbæk Munkholm, Aarhus University

Looking for the (Fictitious) Employer – Umbrella Companies:

The Swedish Example

Dr. Annamaria Westregård, Lund University

Looking for the (Fictitious) Employer – SMart Cooperative: The Belgian Example

Dr. Jan Drahokoupil, European Trade Union Institute, Brussels

IV. Financing of Social Security: Experiences and New Approaches

The Influence of the Platform Economy on the Financing of Social Security:

The Spanish Case

Prof. Dr. Borja Suárez Corujo, Autonomous University of Madrid

Social Security in the Platform Economy: The French Example – New Actors, New Regulations, Old Problems

Prof. Dr. Francis Kessler, University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne

New Mechanisms of Calculating, Administering and Collecting Social Contributions and Taxes in the Platform Economy: The Estonian Case

Prof. Dr. Gaabriel Tavits, University of Tartu

V. Transborder Perspective: The Future Role of the European Union

Building Up and Implementing the European Standards

Prof. Dr. Paul Schoukens, KU Leuven

Challenges to the Coordination of Social Security

Prof. Dr. Grega Strban, University of Ljubljana

Taxation of the Platform Economy in the EU: What Are the Challenges and What Can We Learn for Social Security

Dr. Aikaterini Pantazatou, University of Luxembourg

Closing Remarks

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Becker, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy

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Olga Chesalina, LL.M.