sharing economy

  • Regulating the Sharing Economy

    Balancing Innovation And Regulation In The Sharing Economy

    The sharing economy is booming, as companies like Airbnb, Getaround, and Lyft are disrupting incumbent industries. But by using technology to create new services, these companies don’t fit neatly into the regulatory framework in those industries. New York University Stern School of Business professor Arun Sundararajan believes regulators should evolve to deal with these new businesses. Read More

  • Will Regulations Kill The Sharing Economy?

    Will Regulations Kill The Sharing Economy?

    It’s not just Uber that faces regulatory issues. There are a number of other startups seeking to make more efficient use of assets users already own. Those services provide marketplaces for connecting haves and have-nots. And each of those services seeks to provide alternatives to highly regulated incumbent service providers in the hotel, transportation, and car rental industries. Read More