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Sharing Economy - Embracing Change with Caution

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Our presentation for Entreprenörskapsforum in connection with the release of our book on the Sharing Economy: The Sharing Economy: Embracing Change with Caution. The book can be downloaded here: http://entreprenorskapsforum.se/2015/06/16/ny-rapport-delningsekonomin-forandrar-de-ekonomiska-drivkrafterna/

Our presentation for Entreprenörskapsforum in connection with the release of our book on the Sharing Economy: The Sharing Economy: Embracing Change with Caution. The book can be downloaded here: http://entreprenorskapsforum.se/2015/06/16/ny-rapport-delningsekonomin-forandrar-de-ekonomiska-drivkrafterna/

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  1. 1. THE SHARING ECONOMY --- EMBRACING CHANGE WITH CAUTION
  2. 2. • Launched June 2010 300 cities in 58 countries • Limited physical assets • USD 41 bln valuation • Expected USD 50 bln valuation Uber Global platform for local community
  3. 3. Examples and well-known actors in the Sharing Economy
  4. 4. Peer-to-peer exchange of tangible and intangible slack (or potentially slack) resources, including information, in both global and local contexts. The Sharing Economy Harvard Business Review, 2014
  5. 5. Drivers of the Sharing Economy  Technology − Increasing penetration of Internet and smart phones − Technological advancements in areas such IT platforms and big data analytics − Falling entry barriers due to digitalization − Increased ease of financial transactions − Increased transparency  Declining consumption patterns  Financial crisis
  6. 6. Increasing access to capital through all forms of crowdfunding
  7. 7. Four forms of crowdfunding Form Benefits for funders Donation-based Donation Intangible benefits. Reward-based Donation or pre- purchase Rewards in addition to intangible benefits. Equity-based Investment Return on investment if company does well. Rewards sometimes also offered and intangible benefits may motivate too. Debt-based Loan Repayment of loan with interest. Alternatively intangible benefits if loan given interest-free. Ingram & Teigland 2013
  8. 8. From the north of Sweden
  9. 9. Hoffice – Home + Office
  10. 10. Hoffice – a Swedish concept gone global
  11. 11. Why is Sweden a leader? Average per capita monthly mobile data use 2008-2013
  12. 12. Mixed economic implications  New pricing mechanisms push inflation down  Lower demand for capital in “Zero Marginal Cost Society”?  Perfect competition on monopolistic platforms?  Labor productivity – net effect?
  13. 13. New pricing mechanisms push inflation down Income in Swedish music industry by format
  14. 14. Influence on labor productivity?
  15. 15. -Arun Sundarajan Professor, Stern School of Business The Sharing Economy will expand the job market faster than the job loss due to robotization - in the near term.
  16. 16. Thomas Jefferson (1816) “Laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind.” The problem is that the human mind itself can’t keep pace with the advances that computers are enabling. http://wadhwa.com/2014/04/15/mit-technology-review-laws-and-ethics-cant-keep-pace-with-technology/
  17. 17. Regulatory considerations  Employment  Production and commerce − Taxation − Safety − IoT and privacy − Intellectual property and ownership − Risk
  18. 18. Exercise For Uber Against Uber 1. Uber CEO 1. Taxi Stockholm CEO 2. Uber Taxi driver 2. Taxi Stockholm driver 3. Uber passenger 3. Average taxi passenger 4. Automobile Dealer Association Chairman 4. Taxi Industry Association Chairman 5. Politician 5. Politician Develop an argument for your position:
  19. 19. Scenarios for 2020
  20. 20. Four scenarios for 2020 High Tech Adoption Global Recession Global Growth Business as Usual •Limited SE platforms •Neo-sharers •Steady growth in freelancing •Crowdfunding Low Tech Adoption
  21. 21. Four scenarios for 2020 High Tech Adoption Global Recession Global Growth Shadow Economy •TaskRunner society •Vast urbanization •Monopoly SE platforms •Barter economy Low Tech Adoption
  22. 22. “Sharing” is big business… http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/2015/06/04/the-collaborative-sharing-economy-has-created-17-billion-dollar-companies-and- 10-unicorns/
  23. 23. Local initiatives
  24. 24. http://www.inc.com/adam-vaccaro/uber-isnt-a-car-service.html
  25. 25. Four scenarios for 2020 High Tech Adoption Global Recession Global Growth Freelance Economy • Differentiated SE platforms • High tech skills “exported” • Expansive crowdfunding • Neo-sharing • “De-urbanization” Low Tech Adoption
  26. 26. Four scenarios for 2020 High Tech Adoption Global Recession Global Growth Internet of Space • Differentiated SE platforms •Attraction of talent •Test market •Focus on privacy and integrity •Transitioning industries Low Tech Adoption
  27. 27. http://app.cotunity.com/space
  28. 28. La’Zooz – Real-time transportsharing
  29. 29. Four scenarios for 2020 High Tech Adoption Global Recession Global Growth Internet of Space • Differentiated SE platforms •Attraction of talent •Test market •Focus on privacy and integrity •Transitioning industries Freelance Economy • Differentiated SE platforms • High tech skills “exported” • Expansive crowdfunding • Neo-sharing • “De-urbanization” Business as Usual •Limited SE platforms •Neo-sharers •Steady growth in freelancing •Crowdfunding Shadow Economy •TaskRunner society •Vast urbanization •Monopoly SE platforms •Barter economy Low Tech Adoption
  30. 30. Policy Implications  Flexible regulation using “trial and error”  Facilitation of entrepreneurship  Government’s involvement in Sharing Economy  Challenges for general statistics  Dynamic clusters  Internet for all
  31. 31. Local Stockholm success story: Flippin’ Burgers Money raised: SEK 36,502 / €4,000 Number of investors: 186 Date funded: September 2011 Sector: Food
  32. 32. Jobs that did not exist 10 years ago  iOS/Android developer  Social media manager  UI/UX designer  Big data architect  Cloud services specialist  Digital marketing specialist  Sustainability expert  Zumba instructor  Beach body coach http://talent.linkedin.com/blog/index.php/2014/01/top-10-job-titles-that-didnt-exist-5-years-ago-infographic
  33. 33. Discussion

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