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Institutional grammar coded data of rules in Smart, 2017-2022

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posted on 2023-05-30, 09:42 authored by Damion BundersDamion Bunders, Tine De MoorTine De Moor

This dataset is compiled as part of Damion Bunders' PhD project on the challenges that gig workers face when organising themselves in a worker-owned and worker-governed cooperative enterprise. It aimed to answer the following research question: How are regulative institutions used to curb members’ opportunism in a heterogeneous cooperative of gig workers whilst faced with an external shock? The dataset involves the case of gig workers’ cooperative Smart Belgium between 2017 and 2022, thereby covering the COVID-19 pandemic as an external shock. Through a content analysis on their bylaws and other regulatory documents, 412 rules were coded using the institutional grammar approach.

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SCOOP: Sustainable Cooperation - Roadmaps to a Resilient Society

Dutch Research Council

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