How Estimates of a Gig Economy Went Wrong

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WASHINGTON—Two heading experts on a “gig economy” now contend their estimates of a impact were too high, lopsided by uneven information and a retrogression of a decade ago.

Alan Krueger of Princeton University and Lawrence Katz of Harvard sifted by new justification to explain how, in a 2015 survey, they overestimated how people cobbling together a vital from peculiar jobs, generally around apps like Uber, would invert normal work arrangements.

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