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The Myth of the Sharing Economy and Its Implications for Regulating Innovation, by Abbey Stemler, Indiana University
The Myth of the Sharing Economy and Its Implications for Regulating Innovation is an exhaustive research by Abbey Stemler, Professor of Business Law and Ethics - Indiana University, published in the Emory Law Journal, on the impact of collaborative economics from the point of view of regulation (read the paper here), especially in the US and focusing on market failures.
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European Economic and Social Committee, Oct 2017 – European Taxation of the collaborative economy
The EESC is drawing up, upon the request of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU, an exploratory opinion on the topic of "Taxation of the sharing economy – analysing of possible tax policies faced with the growth of the sharing economy". This opinion is exploring how the new models of business, work, and consumption in the sharing economy can be taxed appropriately. Within its wider work on fair taxation the EESC considers proposals for appropriate taxation of the digital economy vitally important for the civil society at large.
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