Biography

Angeliki is a DPhil in Law candidate researching algorithmic management practices in the workplace, under the supervision of Professor Jeremias Adams-Prassl. She aims at understanding how algorithms impact the world of work and seeks to identify the necessary regulatory interventions to ensure decent work. 

She holds a Master of Laws from University College London (2019) and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Sussex (2018).

Before joining the university, Angeliki worked as a legal researcher at the International Labour Organisation in Geneva, Switzerland, and was among the authors of the Organisation’s 2021 flagship report on digital labour platforms. She also completed the Blue Book Traineeship of the European Commission, during which time she worked on the Commission’s legislative initiative on platform work, as part of the Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion.

Angeliki is interested in developments at the intersection of law and technology, and human rights in general.

 

Publications

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  • U Rani, R K Dhir, A Moraiti and others, The role of digital labour platforms in transforming the world of work. (International Labour Organisation 2021)
    Digital labour platforms are transforming the world of work and are raising fundamental questions about its future. Despite creating work opportunities and enabling businesses to grow, these platforms are also presenting numerous challenges related to decent working conditions and fair competition. The report explores the impact of digital labour platforms on both workers and businesses, and highlights the need for international policy dialogue and regulatory cooperation to ensure that all platform work is decent work.

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U Rani, R K Dhir, A Moraiti and others, The role of digital labour platforms in transforming the world of work. (International Labour Organisation 2021)
Digital labour platforms are transforming the world of work and are raising fundamental questions about its future. Despite creating work opportunities and enabling businesses to grow, these platforms are also presenting numerous challenges related to decent working conditions and fair competition. The report explores the impact of digital labour platforms on both workers and businesses, and highlights the need for international policy dialogue and regulatory cooperation to ensure that all platform work is decent work.

Research Interests

Angeliki is interested in developments at the intersection of law and technology, and human rights in general.

Research projects