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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Philipp C. Mosmann and Peter Karl Becker show based on the example of urban community gardens, what they contribute to value creation and to what extent these modern forms continue and discontinue the historical development of garden land usage.
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On November 8th 2017, a workshop on current research on the sharing economy will take place at the University of Mannheim, Germany. Paper contributions can be conceptual, methodological or empirical. Please submit a short paper till September 15th.
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Johanna Mair and Georg Reischauer address this question in their paper which has just been published in "Technological Forecasting and Social Change". They also provide a video overview and a policy comment on the paper.
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On the 25th and 26th of September 2017, an international conference organised by NaWiKo, titled „SustEcon Conference – The contribution of a sustainable economy to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals,”
will take place at the Freie Universität in Berlin, Germany. Submission window is open from March 15th to April, 25th.
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On the 25th and 26th of September 2017, an international conference organised by NaWiKo, titled „SustEcon Conference – The contribution of a sustainable economy to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals,”
will take place at the Freie Universität in Berlin, Germany. Submission window is open from March 15th to April, 25th.
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From rural necessity to urban lifestyle. Garden usage as an example for historical forms and current developments of a sharing economy.
How to capture the dynamics of the sharing economy?
Call for Paper - Research Workshop: Taking Stock of and Theorizing the Sharing Economy: Variety, Trajectories, and Consequences
Dr. Achim Oberg
Prof. Dr. Dominika Wruk
SustEcon Conference: Call for Papers
REMINDER: Submit an abstract to the SustEcon Conference before April 25th!
Dr. Achim Oberg
Prof. Dr. Dominika Wruk