peer-to-peer economy

Report
23 March 2017

This report looks at the ‘new economy,’ (peer-to-peer markets) - specifically, ride-sharing services, and outlines options for regulation and taxi industry compensation.

Report
20 October 2016

This research paper offers a jurisdictional comparison of legislation affecting Uber and other Transportation Network Companies (TNCs), within Australia and at an international level.

Report
4 October 2016

Provides a case study of Airtasker, looking specifically at the industrial implications for workers.

Article
16 September 2016

What are the implications of repurposing existing residential infrastructure for short-term accommodation?

Audio interviewAudio program
19 August 2016

Tim Lamacraft reports that the Victorian government is on the verge of legalising the ride-sharing service, Uber.

Report
20 July 2016

In this report, Richard Holden argues that the economic case for compensating existing taxi licence plate holders is not strong.

Discussion paper
20 May 2016

This paper has been designed to capture the key elements of the personalised transport industry in Queensland and to envisage what the industry might look like if the state adopted a range of...

Audio interviewAudio program
14 April 2016

Interview with Dr Jim Minifie, Grattan Institute Productivity Growth Program Director, to discuss the release of the report 'Peer-to-Peer Pressure: Policy for the Sharing Economy.'

Report
14 April 2016

Examines the rise of peer-to-peer economies and implications for governments and traditional industries.