Platform workers provide services through online platforms such as Uber (taxi), Helpling (cleaning) and Deliveroo (food delivery). Platforms give workers flexibility, but platform workers lack social protection and income security. The control platforms exert over platform workers is at odds with their status as self-employed and has prompted hearings and lawsuits. This project addresses the need for new regulations regarding platform work. In collaboration with Statistics Netherlands (CBS), ministries, and employee and employer organizations, the researchers develop an evidence base, policy options and implementation guidelines regarding platform work, focusing on the public values of decent work, social protection, non-discrimination, privacy and cyber security.