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Analysis of Sharing Economy Services : Initial Findings from Sharing Cities Sweden

Author:
  • Jan Markendahl
  • Mohammad Istiak Hossain
  • Kes Mccormick
  • Tove Lund
  • Jon Moller
  • Philip Näslund
Publishing year: 2019
Language: English
Publication/Series: Nordic and Baltic Journal of Information and Communications Technologies
Volume: 1
Issue: 239-260
Document type: Journal article

Abstract english

In this paper, we analyze different types of sharing economy services. The sharing economy is a wide concept where many types of activities and services can be included. Overall we aim to identify recurrent patterns but also similarities and differences between different types of sharing services. We discuss a multitude of different services, e.g. car pools, bike pools, sharing of tools and equipment, sharing of land for farming, sharing of parking and homes, and co-working spaces. It is a mix of different set ups regarding if it is commercial or community driven, type of service provider, usage fee or for free, open or closed access.

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Kes McCormick
E-mail: kes [dot] mccormick [at] iiiee [dot] lu [dot] se


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