Publieke belangen in de deel- en kluseconomie

Translated title of the contribution: Public interests in the sharing and gig economy

Koen Frenken, A. van Waes, Magda Smink, Rinie van Est

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Abstract

The success of Airbnb and Uber has given rise to a public debate about the pros and cons of online sharing and gig platforms. This article reports on five case studies of platforms operating in car sharing (SnappCar), home sharing (Airbnb), home restaurants (Airdnd), ride hailing (UberPop) and cleaning (Helpling). The article then puts the sharing and gig economy into a historical perspective to highlight that the platforms build on pre-existing social practices. and presents a policy framework based on four basic policy options: enforce existing regulations, enact new regulations, deregulate, or tolerate.
Translated title of the contributionPublic interests in the sharing and gig economy
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)211-230
Number of pages20
JournalMens en Maatschappij
Volume93
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2018

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