SHARING, MARKET AND REGULATION - Lectures and talk, followed by open World Café - Michael Hüther, Evgeny Morozov, Ulrich Schwalbe © Wikimedia
Lectures and panel with Michael Hüther, Evgeny Morozov and Ulrich Schwalbe; followed by open World Café (about 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.)

Things have quieted down in recent months in the public debate about the so-called sharing economy. Many are already talking about the end of the gold rush. But the growth rates and sales of the industry giants remain impressive. This raises the question of appropriate political and legal responses to the developments of the sharing economy. What policies and technologies have made the rise of the sharing economy possible? To what extent do new business models demand new regulations or deregulation, for instance in the taxi and hotel industries? And what are we supposed to think of the loud demands from Silicon Valley of all places for an unconditional basic income?

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