Tanja Jakobi is Principal Investigator for the for the Fairwork project in Serbia. She is also the Executive Director of the Public Policy Research Center.
Her research interests are focused on labour markets, discrimination at work and precarisation. She is also interested in the impact on new technologies on labour contacts and unionization. Tanja writes on digital economy and online platform work and co-edits CENTER’s main research products.
For the Fairwork project in Serbia, she oversees local research activities and contributes towards the publications emanating from the research.
Her recent works include:
- Andjelkovic, B., Jakobi, T., Radovanovic, Lj. (2020). The Rise of Food Delivery and Ride-Hailing Mobile Apps: The Case of Serbia. Belgrade: Public Policy Research Center.
- Kovač, M., Anđelković, B. & Jakobi, T. (2020). Nestandarndi oblici zapošljavanja u Srbiji: “Novi rad” u ekonomiji zasnovanoj na znanju [Non-standard Forms of Work in Serbia: ‘New work’ in the Knowledge Based Economy]. In T. Jakobi & B. Anđelković, Predvodnici promena na tržištu rada: Prototipovi dostojanstvenog rada za Srbiju u digitalnom dobu (pp. 4-10). Beograd: Centar za istraživanje javnih politika.
- Andjelkovic, B., Jakobi, T., & Kovac, M. (2019). The Gender Thread of Digital Entrepreneurship: Guidelines for the Economic Empowerment of Women in the Knowledge Based Economy. Belgrade: Public Policy Research Center.