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The capitalist sharing economy is a way of purchasing goods and services that differs from the traditional business model of corporations hiring employees to produce products to sell to consumers. In the sharing economy, individuals are said to hire out things like their cars, homes and personal time to other individuals in a peer-to-peer fashion. There are two main types of capitalist sharing economy enterprises:
  • Initiatives, usually based on the concept of book-lending libraries, in which goods and services are provided for free (or sometimes for a modest subscription). This type of 'share' economy is in the true ethos of a share economy, which is not intended for any one person to make an income, or a profit.
  • Commercial business models in which a company provides (for a fee) a mobile app that suppliers and customers use to buy and sell goods or services. In commercial applications, the sharing economy can be considered a marketing strategy more than an actual 'sharing economy' ethos; for example, the company Airbnb has sometimes been described as a platform for individuals to 'share' extra space in their homes, but in reality the space is rented, not shared. Airbnb listings additionally are often owned by property management corporations.

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Wikidata : Q2277143
DBpedia EN : Sharing_economy
P2P Foundation : Sharing_Economy
Digital Library of the Commons : Sharing economy

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