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What's mine is yours : the rise of collaborative consumption / Rachel Botsman and Roo Rogers.

By: Botsman, Rachel
Contributor(s): Rogers, Roo
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York HarperBusiness cop. 2010Edition: 1. edDescription: xxii, 279 p. ill. 24 cmISBN: 9780062046451 (Int. ed.); 9780061963544 (hbk); 0061963542Subject(s): Consumption (Economics) | Cooperation | Resource allocation | Konsumtion -- miljöaspekter | Konsumtion -- sociala aspekterDDC classification: 339.47 Other classification: 339 | Qaace
Contents:
"An idea-fueled book that explores the rise of new economic models based on shared resources and collective consumption--and the first articulation of a major socioeconomic phenomenon"--
Describes a shift from 20th century hyper-consumption to a 21st century age of "collaborative consumption" in which traditional sharing, bartering, lending, trading, renting, gifting, and swapping are adopted and redefined through technology and peer communities
Pt. 1: Context. Enough is enough ; All-consuming ; From Generation Me to Generation We --Pt. 2: Groundswell. The rise of collaborative consumption ; Better than ownership ; What goes around comes around ; We are all in this together -- Pt. 3: Implications. Collaborative design ; Community is the brand ; The evolution of collaborative consumption
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Includes bibliographical references and index

"An idea-fueled book that explores the rise of new economic models based on shared resources and collective consumption--and the first articulation of a major socioeconomic phenomenon"--

Describes a shift from 20th century hyper-consumption to a 21st century age of "collaborative consumption" in which traditional sharing, bartering, lending, trading, renting, gifting, and swapping are adopted and redefined through technology and peer communities

Pt. 1: Context. Enough is enough ; All-consuming ; From Generation Me to Generation We --Pt. 2: Groundswell. The rise of collaborative consumption ; Better than ownership ; What goes around comes around ; We are all in this together -- Pt. 3: Implications. Collaborative design ; Community is the brand ; The evolution of collaborative consumption

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