Impact of the Sharing Economy in Germany

The aim of the research project i-share is to capture the economic, ecologic and social impact of the sharing economy in Germany.

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Johanna Mair, Nikolas Rathert and Georg Reischauer compare sharing economy organizations and social enterprises with focus on the role of community and the role of growth. Their analysis reveals that social enterprises and sharing economy organizations are quite different when it comes to community and growth.
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The sharing economy and its consequences for economy, society and the natural environment are subject to heated public and academic debates. In their current article, Dominika Wruk, Achim Oberg and Marina Friedrich-Schiebeck from the i-share team discuss how approaches to quantification can contribute to a socially desirable transformation of the sharing economy. The article has recently been published in GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society.
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Dominika Wruk, Achim Oberg, Indre Maurer and Jennifer Klutt present results of their analysis in the article "Types of business models in the sharing economy: An exploratory study in Germany", published in the 5th IWSE Best Paper Proceedings.
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Philipp C. Mosmann und Peter Karl Becker zeigen anhand urbaner Gemeinschaftsgärten auf, welcher Beitrag zur Wertschöpfung davon ausgeht und wie sich die modernen Gemeinschaftsgärten in die Geschichte der Gartennutzung einreihen.
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Which differentiation strategies can existing companies pursue in order to establish themselves in the Sharing Economy? Alexander Frey, Manuel Trenz and Daniel Veit address this question in their recently published article.
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Social Enterprises = Sharing Economy Organizations?
What types of business models exist in the sharing economy?
What are advantages of quantifying the sharing economy and how can we do it?
Dr. Achim Oberg
Prof. Dr. Dominika Wruk
Insights from the i-share project published in "MIS Quarterly Executive
Renaissance of Shared Resource Use? The Historical Honeycomb of the Sharing Economy
Dr. Achim Oberg
Prof. Dr. Dominika Wruk