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Sharing Cities Sweden - A national programme for the sharing economy in cities

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The programme aims to put Sweden on the map as a country that actively and critically works with the sharing economy in cities. The objectives of the programme are to: develop world-leading test-beds for the sharing economy in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Umeå, and develop a national node, Sharing Cities Sweden, in order to strengthen national (and international) cooperation and promote a good exchange of experience. Through test-beds in four cities, sharing services and digital solutions will be developed. The opportunities and risks of the sharing economy will be tested and evaluated. The test-beds will be supported by a national node for coordination, national learning and international exchange. The programme will be conducted in collaboration with business, the public sector, and academia. The aim is to strengthen Sweden's work for global sustainability goals, and to strengthen Sweden's competitiveness by developing new services and companies for domestic and export markets.

Researchers at the IIIEE: Kes McCormick, Charlotte Leire

Funding Agency: Vinnova

   

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