The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the majority of companies to completely readjust to stay in business. For the sharing economy companies, in particular, the pandemic has highlighted that the gig economy has become an integral and necessary part of the American workforce. Yet, several regulatory and legislative initiatives expose the long-term viability of this working arrangement and the benefits it provides. In this episode, Arun Sundararajan, Professor of Entrepreneurship at New York University’s Stern School of Business, shares his perspectives on the current legislative and regulatory climate surrounding the gig economy.