This report maps the breadth of the sharing economy across Melbourne – and contributes the first comprehensive listing of networks active and available to people in Melbourne.
This research paper offers a jurisdictional comparison of legislation affecting Uber and other Transportation Network Companies (TNCs), within Australia and at an international level.
Examines the rise of peer-to-peer economies and implications for governments and traditional industries.
This working paper looks at the different and common characteristics of both smart cities and sharing economy models, in order to explore their interaction and complementary dynamics.
From its inception on 26 January 1950, the Republic of India has possessed the strategic vision of playing a major role in Asian and world affairs.
Uber and other large technology firms have received their share of both good and bad press for 'disrupting' traditional business models. But what if the game is much larger and these companies are...
This guide curates scores of innovative, high impact policies that US city governments have put in place to help citizens share resources, co-produce, and create their own jobs. It focuses...