What kind of new jobs does the sharing economy entail? Is it about new entrepreneurs or a form of precariousness? What legal regulation or social changes have to be made to prepare ourselves for the implications of this digital transformation?
These and other questions are those that the professor of the University of New York Mr. Arun Sundararajan tries to answer in his book “The Sharing Economy: The End of Employment and the Rise of Crowd-Based Capitalism”. Professor Sundararajan talks about “crowd-based capitalism” to refer to the peer to peer economy or sharing economy.
The name used is used, it is true that these digital platforms are reconstructing the way in which providers and consumers interact, insofar as digitalization reduces information asymmetries and allows an immediacy and direct contact with many more suppliers and recipients of information. those services.
More information about the book here.