The combination of studies rooted in different disciplines has offered the opportunity to broaden the analysis of the main implications of digitalization on work and work relationships beyond the boundaries of the single disciplines. This chapter first summarizes the main suggestions for multidisciplinary reflection flawing from the comprehensive analysis of the studies included in the book, and then focuses on the question that cuts across all of them: How to regulate the digital transformation of work relationships with a view to ensuring adequate protections for digital workers’ interests and rights. This issue asks for an interdisciplinary perspective of analysis. The chapter highlights the conditions to achieve this end and draws attention to some bridging analytic categories that could help scholars with different disciplinary backgrounds to address the above issue.
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