Very interesting initiative in Denmark, to prepare and take action towards the new forms of work (“platforms”, freelancing, etc.) to keep things fair and in line with national values, also includes some measures towards the sharing (not sharing) economy.
To handle the impact of technological change on the labour market, the Danish government established the Disruption Council in 2017. The council is headed by the Prime Minister, and comprises eight ministers and 30 members, including CEOs, social partners, researchers and others. Discussion has centred around how public policy can embrace new forms of work while maintaining a well-functioning labour market. It has resulted in the following five steps to support innovation and the competitiveness of new tec