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Kollaborativer Konsum in der Sharing Economy – Motive, Aktivitäten und Ressourcen sowie Fähigkeiten von Akteuren

  • Sabine BenoitEmail author
  • Thomas L. Baker
  • Ruth N. Bolton
  • Thorsten Gruber
  • Jay Kandampully
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Zusammenfassung

Kollaborativer Konsum, der durch eigentumsersetzende Dienstleistungen ermöglicht wird, ist eine Form der Markttransaktion, die zunehmend verbreitet ist. Im vorliegend Beitrag wird zunächst kollaborativer Konsum von verwandten Konstrukten abgegrenzt. Hierzu werden drei Kriterien herangezogen: (1) Anzahl und Typ von Akteuren, (2) Art des Austausches, (3) Direktheit des Austausches. Durch systematisches Aufarbeiten der Literatur wird ein Bezugsrahmen entwickelt, der die Rollen der Akteure im kollaborativen Konsum nach drei Dimensionen beschreibt: Motive, Aktivitäten und Ressourcen sowie Fähigkeiten. Basierend auf einer qualitativen Studie mit Wissenschaftlern sowie mit Praktikern werden abschließend Forschungslücken herausgearbeitet.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sabine Benoit
    • 1
    Email author
  • Thomas L. Baker
    • 1
  • Ruth N. Bolton
    • 1
  • Thorsten Gruber
    • 2
  • Jay Kandampully
    • 1
  1. 1.SurreyGroßbritannien
  2. 2.LoughboroughGroßbritannien

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