Omdat veel van de betalingen in deze nieuwe economie niet via officiële instituten verloopt, spreekt men ook wel van informele economie (=verborgen economie). De omzet in deze nieuwe economie komt niet in de officiële ...
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This is all tied to the concept of collaborative consumption. Investigate this if it tickles your interest. ~ Dennis
OuiShare is a pro-sharing advocacy community: an international network of entrepreneurs, citizens, activists, journalists and designers working toward the development of the collaborative economy. Though increasingly well-known and expanding fast, here are some details on its history and characteristics.
The Guardian The rise of collaborative consumption and the experience economy The Guardian The abundance of assets along with the relative affordability of almost anything, high-tech consumer platforms, the digitisation of products, close-knit...
When somebody is about to share an item with unknown people, we usually think “what if they break it? What if they don’t give it back to me? What if they give my object wrong use?”. This is because we are still a society where owning an object has a kind of special powers that makes us feel worried when that object that belongs to us is not with us. It even happens when we do not use it or do not care at all about it.
WHY pay through the nose for something when you can rent it more cheaply from a stranger online? That is the principle behind a range of online services that enable people to share cars, accommodation, bicycles, household appliances and other items, connecting owners of underused assets with others willing to pay to use them. Dozens of firms such as Airbnb, which lets people rent out their spare rooms, or RelayRides, which allows other people to rent your car, act as matchmakers, allocating resources where they are needed and taking a small cut in return.
In this interesting article, examples of the dark side and growing pains of the sharing economy and how part of the established parties that new business models take over. Good for the discussion at OuiShare Fest on 2,3,4 may in Paris.
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