Airbnb, Kickstarter, Uber, Fab Labs, The Food Assembly, etc.: the rise of these collaborative initiatives no doubt constitutes one of the most striking revolutions of the present day. However, despite the rise of the "sharing economy", no consensus about its definition yet exists. Botsman (2013) defines this sector as “an economic model based on sharing, swapping, trading, or renting products and services, enabling access over ownership.”
It thus pertains to a broad set of industries, including collaborative finance (crowdfunding), collaborative production (3D printing, FabLabs, DIY, etc.) collaborative education (e.g. open education and open knowledge) and finally collaborative consumption.
Please find bellow further instructions regarding registration :
1 - Registration
The deadline to register is the 15th of December.
To register, please click on the following link.
2 - Workshop Fees (including coffee breaks, lunches and dinner on Thursday night)
We accept only Mastercard and Visa credit card.
A receipt will be given at the beginning of the workshop.
Payment Deadline: 15th of December.
3 – Submission of full paper
We invite you to submit the full text of your paper by January 10th, 2016 by email to the email address (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please, let us know if you would accept the possibility publish it on the conference website.
The paper should follow the following format standards: Times Roman font size 12 ; bold style for titles and subtitles ; double spaced; page numbers in the lower-right corner; top and side margins of 2 cm. There are no strict guidelines for the format of the references. The first page of the document should include : Title of the paper, author’s name, email and affiliation ; an abstract and 5 keywords.
has been called one of the most prolific consumer behaviour and marketing
scholars of the contemporary age. He is especially focused on anthropological
and visual approaches to understanding consumption.
Belk has authored more than 100 journal publications, several books, and
numerous chapter contributions about consumers, identity, possessions,
collecting, gift giving, and the digital world.
Throughout this workshop, we aim to explore the impact of the sharing economy on various dimensions :
1) Individual behaviors
2) Industry and competition
3) Public regulation
Papers focused on other dimensions of the sharing economy are also welcome.
Guest Editors :Aurélien Acquier, Associate Professor - ESCP Europe email@example.com
Thibault Daudigeos, Associate Professor - Grenoble Ecole de Management firstname.lastname@example.orgJonatan Pinkse, Professor - Alliance Manchester Business School email@example.com
While sharing is an old social practice (Belk, 2010), it is currently
being expanded and redefined into an exploding “sharing economy” through
the addition of information technologies. The sharing economy refers to
peer-to-peer sharing of goods, services, and information coordinated
through community-based technological services and by new venture
companies (Hamari, Sjöklint & Ukkonen, 2015). Such an economy holds
major promises for the transformation of the way we work, produce,
consume and exchange goods and services (Botsman & Rogers, 2010).
Alternatively, the sharing economy is presented as a way to boost
environmental stewardship through recirculation or a more intensive use
of goods; a field of experimentation of new, distributed governance
models; a way to democratize access to services and information; and as a
case for open innovation and new (disruptive) business models (Schor,
2014). It also questions some fundamental institutions of our societies,
such as employment, work and state regulation (Sundararajan, 2016).
Dates: Submission of full paper: 12th July 2016
Call for Papers for
"Organizing in the Shadow of Sharing"
sub-theme at EGOS Colloquium
(in Naples, July 7–9, 2016)
Aurélien ACQUIER, ESCP-Europe
Florence BENOIT- MOREAU, Université Paris Dauphine
Flore BERLINGEN,Ouishare & ZéroWaste France
Simon BOREL, Université Paris Sud
Maelle CAPPELLO, Université Paris IV - Sorbonne
Valentina CARBONE, ESCP-Europe
Arthur DE GRAVE, Ouishare
Aurélie DEHLING, Skema Business School
Damien DEMAILLY, IDDRI – Science Po Paris
Koen FRENKEN, Utrecht University & Lund University
Magali GIRAUD, IAE Toulouse mais
Vadim GRINEVICH, University of Southampton
Valérie GUILLARD, Université Paris Dauphine
Franz HUBER, University Seeburg Castle
Brian J. HRACS, University of Southampton
David MASSE, ESCP-Europe & Ecole polytechnique
Toon MEELEN, Utrecht University
Beatrice PARGUEL, Université Paris Dauphine
Peter PELZER, Utrecht University
Dominique ROUX, Université Paris Sud
Peter SUNLEY, University of Southampton
Benjamin TINCQ, Ouishare
Yuliya VOYTENKO, Lund University
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