Blog 5

The Sharing Economy


While listening to the podcast, I found myself mostly agreeing with the dissent’s arguments made by Milo Yiannopoulos. I agreed that some of the sharing economy sectors, specifically the Airbnb, seemed potentially dangerous for both consumer and lender. As Yiannopoulos said, you don’t know who you’re dealing with. Regarding the Airbnb, for all intensive purposes … Continue reading

A Kindergarden Concept
Blog 5

A Kindergarden Concept


Sharing is a fundamental concept. In fact it is a premise of our childhood. Could this concept really be taken to a new level and impact our economy? Arguably it is at the roots of economy itself. We have been providing goods that satisfy needs since the caveman era. “My rock for your club.” The … Continue reading

Sharing is Caring
Blog 5

Sharing is Caring


I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the multiple dimensions of a sharing economy that the speakers in the KCRW podcast discuss. However, I think we have been participating in a sharing economy for a long time now. Even when I was little my parents always told me to share my toys with my siblings and classmates … Continue reading