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    Envisioning the ‘Sharing City’: Governance Strategies for the Sharing Economy.Sebastian Vith, Achim Oberg, Markus A. Höllerer & Renate E. Meyer - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics 159 (4):1023-1046.
    Recent developments around the sharing economy bring to the fore questions of governability and broader societal benefit—and subsequently the need to explore effective means of public governance, from nurturing, on the one hand, to restriction, on the other. As sharing is a predominately urban phenomenon in modern societies, cities around the globe have become both locus of action and central actor in the debates over the nature and organization of the sharing economy. However, cities vary substantially in the interpretation of (...)
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    The Presentation of Self as Good and Right: How Value Propositions and Business Model Features Are Linked in the Sharing Economy.Dominika Wruk, Achim Oberg, Jennifer Klutt & Indre Maurer - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics 159 (4):997-1021.
    The sharing economy as an emerging field is characterized by unsettled debates about its shared purpose and defining characteristics of the organizations within this field. This study draws on neo-institutional theory to explore how sharing organizations position themselves vis-à-vis such debates with regard to the values these organizations publicly promote to present themselves as “good” sharing organizations and the business model features they make visible to appear as having the “right” organizational model. This study examines the online self-representations of 62 (...)
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    Envisioning the ‘Sharing City’: Governance Strategies for the Sharing Economy.Renate Meyer, Markus Höllerer, Achim Oberg & Sebastian Vith - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics 159 (4):1023-1046.
    Recent developments around the sharing economy bring to the fore questions of governability and broader societal benefit—and subsequently the need to explore effective means of public governance, from nurturing, on the one hand, to restriction, on the other. As sharing is a predominately urban phenomenon in modern societies, cities around the globe have become both locus of action and central actor in the debates over the nature and organization of the sharing economy. However, cities vary substantially in the interpretation of (...)
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