Research Workshop on the Sharing Economy
November 3, 2017
McNamara Alumni Center
This workshop brought together faculty, researchers, and students at the University of Minnesota interested in the study of the sharing economy. The workshop featured a mix of research presentations and breakout sessions as well as discussion and networking opportunities.
The workshop's goal was to continue to establish the University of Minnesota as a center of thought leadership and research in the area of the sharing economy, an interdisciplinary research field which encompasses economics, urban planning, public policy, behavior, and information technology.
Transportation Sharing: Market-Based Policy Change
A Taxonomy of Contextual Trust in the Physical Sharing Economy
- Haiyi Zhu, Xinyi Wang, Casey Pierce, and Lionel Robert, Department of Computer Science and Engineering (PDF)
Examining the Impact of Ridehailing Services on Public Transit Use
We Are on the Way: Analysis of On-Demand Ride-Hailing Systems
- Guangwen (Crystal) Kong, Guiyin Feng and Zizhuo Wang, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (PDF)
Labor Platforms for On-Demand Services
- Saif Benjaafar, Jian-Ya Ding and Guangwen Kong, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (PDF)
Quality Standards, Service Orientation, and Power in Airbnb and Couchsurfing
CityLines: A Hybrid Hub-and-Spoke System for Urban Ride-Sharing Services
Spatial On-Demand Economy Robustness: A Provider‐Centric Utilization Aware Approach
Do New Bike Share Systems Increase Member Use: A Quasi-Experimental Study
Analysis of Operating Patterns of the Public Bicycling Sharing System in the Twin Cities
Peer-to-Peer Trading of Usage Quotas
- Behrooz Pourghannad, Jian-Ya Ding and Saif Benjaafar, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (PDF)
For additional information about the workshop, please contact Professor Saif Benjaafar, Initiative director, at email@example.com.