Program

We will have several disciplinary sessions. In each session, researchers from one discipline will present and discuss projects and papers. This guarantees a profound, disciplinary exchange and discourse. However, disciplinary sessions will not take the whole day so participants will be able to attend several sessions from different disciplines. This enables a fruitful interdisciplinary exchange. 

Draft of Sessions

Please check if you find yourself on the program and if title, name, co-authors etc. are correct. Write an email to Dominika (wruk@ifm.uni-mannheim.de) if you have any questions or remarks considerung the program. Please note that we might have to make some smaller changes to the program and that we will provide some additional information. Please make sure that you check the final program shortly before the workshop. We will provide a printed version at the registration desk.

 

 

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

19:00 Welcome Reception

We will start the workshop with a welcome reception for getting to know each other and networking. The reception will take place at the University of Mannheim, so the next day you will already know where to go. We hope to have great wether so we can welcome you in the “Rektoratshof” for some drinks and snacks, just right of the main entrance to the University.

University of Mannheim
Schloss (Castle)
Main Entrance East Wing
Carl-Theodor-Platz
68161 Manneim

 

Thursday, June 28th, 2018

09:00-12:00 Academic program

09:00-10:00 Plenary Presentation

We start the conference with a short introduction and a plenary presentation of a researcher from Vienna, Austria.

 
Dr. Stephan Leixnering will talk about a non-standard sharing example of sharing a concern. He will present the paper "Rethinking the Sharing Economy: The Nature and Organization of Sharing in the 2015 Refugee Crisis"
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10:00-12:00 Parallel Session I 1: Social Psychology Perspective I (room O 129 Göhringer Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Jennifer Klutt

Carsharing as a Social Innovation? Norwegian Experiences (Vibeke Nenseth)

Is Sharing up for Sale? Market Exchanges in the Sharing Economy (Inken Blatt)

Sharing is caring? Sharing Economy Participants between ideals and economic logic (Sebastian Jürss, Thomas Eichhorn, Christian P. Hoffmann)

Users and potential users of carsharing – what characterizes the users, and what is the upscaling potential of Norwegian cities? (Mari Andrine Hjorteset)

10:00-12:00 Parallel Session I 2: Organization Theory Perspective I (room O 131 Wilhelm Müller Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Alex Frey

Ambidextrous Platform Coordination as Capability of Organizations in the Sharing Economy (Georg Reischauer, Johanna Mair)

How do sharing organizations create and disrupt institutions? Towards a framework for institutional work (Lucie Zvolska, Yuliya Voytenko Palgan, Oksana Mont)

Peer-to-peer platforms as institutions of the Sharing Economy : A new way of managing work? (Sophia Galiere)

Shared mobility business models - Trust building in the Sharing Economy (Barbara Hartl, Elfriede Penz, Elke Schüßler, Eva Hofmann)

10:00-12:00 Parallel Session I 3: Economic Perspective I - Pricing, Work, Impact (room O 133 KPMG Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Philipp Mosmann

Determinants of Accommodation Prices Provided by Airbnb and the Hotel Industry (Kristof Gyodi)

Dynamic pricing methods and heat maps as coordination mechanisms in ridesharing platforms (Harit Joshi, Sudarshan Kumar, Saral Mukherjee)

The Dynamics of Airbnb in Berlin: Implications for Housing Affordability (Ulrike Holder)

The socio-economic impact of organizational and data-related ownership models in the platform economy. An agent-based simulation approach (Clara Wolff)

10:00-12:00 Parallel Session I 4: Political Science Perspective I (room O 135 Saal der Starken Marken Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Jonas König

Economic Methods to improve the Regulatory Scheme for Home-Sharing Practices? (Thomas B. Zott)

Peer-to-peer platforms in the sharing economy – The role of trust mechanisms and regulation (Sarah Marth, Barbara Hartl, Elfriede Penz)

The Politics of Regulation / Which Interest Groups Influence the Policymaking-Process of the Sharing Economy? (Jonas Pentzien)

The regulatory entanglement of peer-to-peer accommodation in Spain (Ana-Maria De la Encarnacion)

 

12:00-13:30 Lunch

13:30-17:30 Academic program

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session II 1: Social Psychology Perspective II (room O 129 Göhringer Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Jennifer Klutt

Bicycle tourism and sharing economy – the role of trust, sharing interest, reciprocity and other keys to the sustainable hospitality exchange of Warmshowers (Jana Heimel, Seth Portner)

Experimental evaluation of single-role and mixed-role reputation systems in a Trust Game and a Lending Game (Judith Kas, Rense Corten, Arnout van de Rijt)

Exploring Car-sharing Potentials through Mobility Biographies: The case of Oslo, Norway (Tanu Priya Uteng, Eivind Farstad, Tom Erik Julsrud)

Sustainability as areason to enter the sharing economy, or just a nice bonus? (Thomas Sabitzer, Barbara Hartl, Eva Hofmann, Elfriede Penz)

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session II 2: Organization Theory Perspective II - Focus on Platform Coopertives (room O 131 Wilhelm Müller Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Georg Reischauer

Platform cooperatives: Opportunities and obstacles (Martijn Arets)

Platform cooperativism: an alternative vision for the platform economy (Guillaume Compain)

Range of organizational forms in the platform economy; focus on hybrig platforms and unique configurations that drive their performance (Karanovic, Berends, Engel)

Sustainable sharing economy through decentralization? An analytical framework and research agenda (Dominika Wruk, Jonas Pentzien, Clara Wolff)

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session II 3: (Economic) Geography / Sociology (room O 133 KPMG Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Karla Münzel

An international perspective on Sharing Economy: The impact of online platforms in Germany and South Africa (Anja Herrmann-Fankhänel, Khalida Akbar)

Sharing economy report from Hungary (Marcell László Tóth)

Spatial resilience with the help of shared-use mobility – Hungarian ridesharing platform case-study (Dora Balint)

Overview of the sharing economy platforms in India (Keren Khambhata)

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session II 4: Political science perspective II - Focus on Urban Governance + Multidisciplinary Perspective (room O 135 Saal der Starken Marken Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Afrah Tenambergen

Sharing and the City: Roles, Relations and Governance Mechanisms (Yuliya Voytenko Palgan, Oksana Mont and Lucie Zvolska)

The Sharing City: Europe’s Urban Sharing Economy between the Public and Private Realm (Sinaida Hackmack)

If the Sharing Economy Is Everything, Then It Is Nothing - A Multidisciplinary Survey on Basic Terms, Views and Current  Research Topics (Magnus Richter, Rainer Souren)

Maximizing Product Utilization via Place-Based Sharing (Najine Ameli, Gene Homicki, Oliver Stengel, Martina Stienemann)

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session II 5: Multidisciplinary Perspective - Focus on Impact (room O 126 Dozentenzimmer)

Session Chair: Frederik Plewnia

Facilitating or regulating the Sharing Economy? Uncovering the impact of Carsharing (Alexander Frey, Manuel Trenz, Daniel Veit)

Identifying and capturing the sustainability impacts of food sharing initiatives through the co-design of the SHARECITY sharescore (Stephen MacKenzie, Anna Davies)

The scope of platforms – how to investigate the sustainability of new business models of the sharing economy (Michael Jäger)

Your home or your hostel? An exploration of the Airbnb phenomenon in Barcelona (Cristina Miguel)

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

16:00-17:30 Plenary Presentation and Closing of the Day

 
Achim Oberg, Indre Maurer and Dominika Wruk will present some of the insights from the i-share project "Impact of the Sharing Economy in Germany".
 

19:00-22:00 Conference Dinner

Our evening event will take place at “Die Küche”. The restaurant/bistro offers great food and a fantastic view over a harbor. Here, you get the best feeling of the industrial romanticism that Mannheim has to offer ;-)

DIE KÜCHE
Hafenstraße 49
68159 Mannheim

http://www.diekueche-mannheim.de/

How to get there

After the conference dinner ...

The restaurant/bistro “Die Küche” is in the heart of “Jungbusch” – a popular district in Mannheim for night owls. After dinner, there are plenty of possibilities to get a nice beer or cocktail. Some recommendable places are the Taproom, to get craft beer, the Hagenstolz or Kaprowbar for great cocktails and a lively atmosphere and the Sailer & Sieferle, a small bar (and barber shop) where you have to ring the bell and can only get in when there is enough space left. As such, it is a good place for an intense discussion on some of the insights that you have gained during the day… You find a more “rustic” (and not smoke-free!!) atmosphere in the Blau or the Rhodos – two real “institutions” in Mannheim.

Friday, June 29th, 2018

09:00-12:00 Academic Program

09:00-10:00 Plenary Presentation

 
Dr. Yair Friedman (Tel Aviv University and WEconomize) and Dr. Zafrir Bloch-David (The Tel Aviv - Jaffa Academic College and WEconomize) will present two highly linked research projects, centered around the Sharing Economy's ability to promote social and geographic peripheries (in Israel and in general).
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10:00-12:00 Parallel Session III 1: Sociology perspective/Social Psychology Perspective I (room O 129 Göhringer Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Yuliya Voytenko Palgan

Alternative Lifestyles in urban environment: an insight into sharing economy from the social usages of bicycles (Vera Diogo, Afonso Rosa, Célia Ferreira,  Maria José Araújo, Paula Guerra)

From shared mobility to shared lifestyles – understanding whether and how household car sharing practices are spread to other sectors (Eivind Farstad, Iratxe Landa Mata)

The impact of sharing on trust: an online field experiment among Airbnb users (Joyce Delnoij, Rense Corten, Paolo Parigi)

To share or not to share: A Digital Divide in the Sharing Economy (Thomas Eichhorn, Sebastian Jürss, Christian Pieter)

10:00-12:00 Parallel Session III 2: Organization theory perspective III - Struggles, Legitimacy and Trust (room O 131 Wilhelm Müller Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Georg Reischauer

Developing stakeholder ethics in the sharing economy (David Oliver, Matt Statler)

Doing good by doing it right: How value propositions and business model features are linked in the sharing economy (Dominika Wruk, Achim Oberg, Jennifer Klutt, Indre Maurer)

The diffusion of new technologies: How the Blockchain-Technology becomes knowledge. (Tino Schöllhorn)

The rise of the platform economy: an institutional perspective (Koen Frenken, Laura Piscicelli, Taneli Vaskelainen)

10:00-12:00 Parallel Session III 3: Information technology perspective (room O 133 KPMG Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Manuel Trenz

Algorithmic Sociality. The Socio-technical Infrastructure of the Sharing Economy (Gernot Grabher, Jonas König)

In Blockchain we Trust: Consumer Trust Relationships in the Sharing Economy 2.0 (Florian Hawlitschek)

The Gig Economy: When Algorithms Mange Freelance Workers (Mareike Moehlmann, Lior Zalmanson, Ola Henfridsson)

Up or out? The dynamics of star rating scores on Airbnb (Timm Teubner, Florian Glaser)

10:00-12:00 Parallel Session III 4: Strategic perspective I (room O 135 Saal der Starken Marken Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Philipp Mosmann

Does the Sharing Economy evolve ideal characteristics for business on online platforms? (Anja Herrmann-Fankhänel)

Mapping the main categories of stakeholders and their relationships in the Sharing Economy (Catherine l’Ecuyer, Calin Gurau, Magalie Marais)

Non-transaparent "sharing economy" organizations (Simon Schumich)

Performing Collaborative Platform Design in the Sharing Economy: A Community Approach (Cecilia Cassinger, Mia Larson)

12:00-13:30 Lunch

13:30-17:30 Academic program

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session IV 1: Sociology Perspective/Social Psychology Perspective II (room O 129 Göhringer Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Philipp Mosmann

Can Sharing Economy regulate itself? A comparison of Uber and Machinery Rings. (Sabine Gruber)

From old to new – the case of charity shops in Germany (Christoph Schnabel)

Ideal User Types in Car Sharing: A Sequence Analysis of Car Sharing Usage Patterns (Polina Mosolova)

Reading for difference: Recognising the diversity of sharing practices (Inka Santala)

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session IV 2: Linguistics and semantics (room O 131 Wilhelm Müller Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Lucie Zvolska

A conceptual development of the sharing economy from the field of linguistics and semantics (Steven Curtis, Matthias Lehner)

Building trust in English and German for collaborative consumption: A comparative case study of the language and content used by collaborators on Airbnb (Alex Zarifis, Richard Ingham)

Is the construction of a sharing economy a shared process?: Lessons from the rise of Software as a Service (Edvalter Becker Holz)

How does the value-set influence the meaning of motivators and obstacles to share? (Gerrit Nagel)

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session IV 3: Economic Perspective II - odels to explain User Behavior (room O 133 KPMG Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Mareike Möhlmann

The limit of money in daily ridesharing: Evidence from a field experiment (Dianzhuo ZHU)

Does Education still Matter in Online Labour Markets? (Andrea M. Herrmann, Petra Zaal)

Macro Psychological Characteristics Predict the Adoption Uber and Airbnb in American Cities (Tobias Ebert, Lars Mewes, Martin Obschonka, P. Jason Rentfrow)

Regulating consumers’ contributions and usage of a shared good: An experimental approach (Eva Hofmann, Barbara Hartl, Thomas Sabitzer, Sarah Marth, Elfriede Penz, Erik Hoelzl)

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session IV 4: Strategic perspective II (room O 135 Saal der Starken Marken Hörsaal)

Session Chair: Clara Wolff/Jonas Pentzien

Understanding the business model portfolio of a shared mobility platform (Guyader, H., Piscicelli, L.)

A collaborative energy system -How business models of the sharing economy may drive the energy transition (Frederik Plewnia, Edeltraud Günther)

Dealing with the niche: Incumbent firms’ strategies to handle niche innovation in the field of shared mobility (Verena Hermelingmeier)

The disruption of private car use - moving from ownership to access: Insigths from the Dutch lease market (Karla Münzel, Wouter Boon, Koen Frenken, Taneli Vaskelainen)

13:30-15:30 Parallel Session IV 5: i-share in other countries? (room O 126 Dozentenzimmer)

In this session, we – the i-share team – want to discuss with you, how the i-share project could be carried out in other countries. Building on our plenary presentation on Thursday afternoon, we will present in more detail the research process (especially the mapping of organizations and initiatives and the surveys). We then want to discuss with you how and with what resources, we could do a similar study in other countries.

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

16:00-17:30 Plenary Discussion and Closing of the Workshop

For the closing plenary discussion, we will invite some of the participants to share with us their insights and impressions from the two days. We will try to make sure that different disciplines and perspectives are represented on stage, but of course the discussion will open up to everyone in the second part.

 

19:00 Heidelberg old city (optional / not covered by conference fee / please register)

We want to end the workshop with a short tour to Heidelberg. From Mannheim main station, it is only 20 minutes by train to get to the old city of Heidelberg. We are planning to take a short walk through the old city and then to have dinner at a place called “Nepomuk” at 19:30.

Wirtshaus zum Nepomuk & Hotel zur Alten Brücke
Obere Neckarstraße 2
69117 Heidelberg

http://www.hotel-zur-alten-bruecke.de/

Register for the Heidelberg tour

Please note that this is optional, meaning that the train ticket and dinner are not covered by the conference fee.

We will visit a restaurant without an obligation to eat or drink. In order for the restaurant to be able to plan and prepare the meals, we need you to register for the evening in Heildelberg before June 20 2018. Please leave your name and contact information here for the Heidelberg old city tour.

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Train Mannheim <-> Heidelberg

We are planning to take the train at 18:38 (S1), leaving from track 9 in Mannheim main station.

After dinner, you are of course free to explore the old town a bit more. The last direct connection leaves from “Heidelberg-Altstadt” to Mannheim main station at 23:59, but there are also later connections, which take a bit longer and where you would have to change trains.

Dr. Stephan Leixnering from Vienna University of Economics and Business at the 5th IWSE in Mannheim
Dr. Yair Friedman and Dr. Zafrir Bloch at the 5th IWSE
Results from the i-share project will be presented at the 5th IWSE