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SHARING ECONOMY, REGULATORY ARBITRAGE, AND URBAN GOVERNANCE: HOW CITY SPACE SHAPES ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INNOVATION

SHARING ECONOMY, REGULATORY ARBITRAGE, AND URBAN GOVERNANCE: HOW CITY SPACE SHAPES ECONOMIC... Employing recent research results (e.g. Davidson and Infranca, 2016) covering the relationship between sharing economy, regulatory arbitrage, and urban governance, and using data from Pew Research Center, I performed analyses and made estimates regarding the debate over the legality of home-sharing services, U.S. users’ views of ride-hailing services, and U.S. individuals who expect these services to play a role in managing the customer experience. Empirical and secondary data are used to support the claim that the numerous well-resourced disputes that sharing economy companies are having with city governments have established the conditions of the sharing economy and have altered the character of local government regulation. Keywords: sharing economy; regulatory arbitrage; urban governance; city space http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Geopolitics, History, and International Relations Addleton Academic Publishers

SHARING ECONOMY, REGULATORY ARBITRAGE, AND URBAN GOVERNANCE: HOW CITY SPACE SHAPES ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INNOVATION

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Addleton Academic Publishers
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© 2009 Addleton Academic Publishers
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1948-9145
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2374-4383
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Abstract

Employing recent research results (e.g. Davidson and Infranca, 2016) covering the relationship between sharing economy, regulatory arbitrage, and urban governance, and using data from Pew Research Center, I performed analyses and made estimates regarding the debate over the legality of home-sharing services, U.S. users’ views of ride-hailing services, and U.S. individuals who expect these services to play a role in managing the customer experience. Empirical and secondary data are used to support the claim that the numerous well-resourced disputes that sharing economy companies are having with city governments have established the conditions of the sharing economy and have altered the character of local government regulation. Keywords: sharing economy; regulatory arbitrage; urban governance; city space

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Geopolitics, History, and International RelationsAddleton Academic Publishers

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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