Currently a postdoc researcher at Data Society at the DVMT.
My main areas of interest can be grouped under the umbrella of digitalization and transformation of labor, and include: platform-mediated labor, platform capitalism, and platform-mediated household work. I am particularly interested in looking at platform-mediated labor via the lens of invisible work, developing an analytical framework for (in)visibility of platform-mediated labor.
I set my research in an interdisciplinary perspective of socioeconomics, political economy, feminist studies of labor. I work primarily qualitatively and am keen on further development of netnographic inquiries of digital platform infrastructures.
My educational background reflects the interdisciplinary character of my approach to research. I began my higher education with two master’s degrees in humanities: English Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow; and Culture, Communication & Globalization: Organizational Studies at Aalborg University). I continued with a PhD in in Economics and Social Sciences obtained at the Institute for Ecological Economics at the Department of Socioeconomics at the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, where I also spent the first years of postdoc time.