Valentina Vukmirović, Željko Spasenić, Miloš Milosavljević


Online labor platforms have been disrupting the landscape of employment in recent years. The efficient model of taxation of this new employment model has, however, lagged. This paper aims to provide an early scoping review of the literature on the taxation of online labor platforms. When observed through the stakeholder point of view, we see that cross- and transnational, government-to-platform, and platform-to-employee relationships are the only topics examined so far. This paper can serve other scholars in navigating their investigations related to the taxation of platform work.

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Vukmirović, V., Spasenić, Ž., & Milosavljević, M. (2024, May 10-11). Online Labor Platforms and Taxation: A Scoping Review. In M. Maričić, V. Jeremić & N. Zornić. (Eds.), Proceedings of the first International conference on sharing economy and contemporary business models: Theory and practice, IC-SHARE 2024, Belgrade, Serbia, (pp. 6-10). https://doi.org/10.62863/IOUX9766