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Title Sharing cities 2020 : a case-based approach / Iris Wang, Hideaki Ninomiya, Benjamen Gussen, editors.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, [2021]

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Subject Economics -- Sociological aspects.
Environmental sociology.
Urban economics.
Asia -- Economic conditions.
Alt Name Wang, Iris,
Ninomiya, Hideaki,
Gussen, Benjamen Franklen, 1968-
Description 1 online resource
Contents The San Franciscan Origins -- The World's First Sharing City -- The Story of the Sharing Cities Alliance -- The transformation of Milan -- Sharing Towns -- Building success with the sharing economy outside big cities -- Sharing cities in Australia -- The status of the sharing economy in Japan -- Challenges and expectations in Taiwan -- Laissez faire and sharing in Hong Kong -- Beppu -- Chiba -- Dublin -- Fort Lauderdale -- Gothenburg -- Hong Kong -- Ilsan -- Ishinomaki -- Kuala Lumpur -- Malmo -- Matsuyama -- Milan -- Osaka -- Perth -- Selangor -- Darul -- Ehsan -- Seoul -- Shinagawa -- Singapore -- Stockholm -- Sydney -- Taiwan -- Taku -- Teshio -- Umea.
Summary This book provides valuable insights into how cities are innovating in the field of the sharing economy through case studies. Each chapter explains how different cities have employed the sharing economy to solve their sui generis problems. The concept of Sharing Cities is getting considerable traction with grassroots groups and city governments around the world. Starting with the earliest Sharing City, Seoul, under the efforts of different Sharing Economy Associations and Organizations, more and more cities are being transformed. This book aims to highlight the positive changes that the sharing economy brings to cities and will be a valuable reference to those working in this emerging field.
ISBN 9789811580376 (electronic bk.)
9811580375 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-981-15-8037-6
OCLC # 1228845311
Additional Format Print version: 9789811580369
Print version: 9789811580383
Print version: 9789811580390

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