Initiative on the Sharing Economy
Two proposals for the Initiative on the Sharing Economy's 2017 discovery grants have been selected: Mapping Sharing Economy Opportunities, and Quantifying and Improving Market Efficiency in App Based Ridesharing. Discovery grants support transdisciplinary partnerships and collaborative research by University of Minnesota faculty and researchers on themes related to the sharing economy.
November 3, 2017
July 24–26, 2017
May 16–17, 2016
To learn more about how you might participate in the Initiative on the Sharing Economy, please contact Saif Benjaafar, email@example.com or Michael McCarthy of the Center for Transportation Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Initiative on the Sharing Economy sheds light on the growing trend away from the exclusive ownership and consumption of resources to one of shared use and consumption. Peer-to-peer shared mobility is a particular focus.
The Initiative on the Sharing Economy was established by the Center for Transportation Studies in partnership with Saif Benjaafar, Distinguished McKnight University Professor in the Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, and other faculty members across the University of Minnesota and is administered by CTS.