Urban Sharing: Sustainability and Institutionalisation Pathways

Project: ResearchInterdisciplinary research

Description

Urban sharing of assets has emerged as a prospective solution to sustainability challenges faced by cities. But, its sustainability potential and institutionalisation pathways have not been systematically examined. Urban Sharing aims to examine, test and advance knowledge about urban sharing organisations (USOs) across 5 cities from 5 continents: Amsterdam, Toronto, Shanghai, Seoul and Melbourne by undertaking a novel inter- and trans-disciplinary study with three objectives:

1. DESIGN: To examine how USOs are designed and operate and how they vary in different city contexts
2. PRACTICES: To study the sustainability impacts of USOs and how they vary across cities
3. PATHWAYS: To advance theoretical understanding of institutionalisation pathways of USOs across cities.
AcronymUrban Sharing
StatusActive
Effective start/end date2018/09/012023/08/31

Participants

Related research output

Oksana Mont, Andrius Plepys, Yuliya Voytenko Palgan, Jagdeep Singh, Steven Curtis, Lucie Zvolska & Ana Maria Arbelaez Velez, 2019 Oct 10, Lund: Lund University (Media-Tryck). 69 p.

Research output: Book/ReportReport

Steven Curtis & Matthias Lehner, 2019, In : Sustainability. 11, 3, 25 p., 567.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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