New output from the Urban Sharing Research Team
The Urban Sharing Team at IIIEE, lead by Principal Investigator Prof. Oksana Mont, has published their third snapshot for the Urban Sharing research programme.
“Urban Sharing in Shanghai” explores the landscape of the sharing economy in the city context. The snapshot is a first outcome of the data collection conducted in the spring 2020. The snapshot highlights the following themes: Drivers for sharing, Barrirers for sharing, Shanghai citizens and sharing, and Sustainability and sharing.
The national government expects the sharing economy to contribute to national and regional economic development. Shanghai’s Master Plan for urban development 2017-2035, Striving for the Excellent Global City, aims to make the city innovative and sustainable, and highlights the importance of a low carbon development.
View the Shanghai snapshot here
Read more about the Urban Sharing research project
Urban Sharing in Shanghai is part of the five-year research programme Urban Sharing, funded by the European Research Council (2018-2023). The project aims to investigate the sustainability impacts of the sharing economy as well as business models and institutionalisation pathways of urban sharing organisation for sustainability.