Monday, September 29, 2014

Lecture 12 - Wed Oct 1 (10-12) Teigland

Time & Place: Wednesday October 1 at 10-12 in D2.

GuestRobin Teigland, Associate Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics (Handelshögskolan).

Title: The Sharing Economy and Collaborative Consumption 

Talk: This lecture will discuss the Sharing Economy and Collaborative Consumption from a number of perspectives, e.g., underlying drivers, emerging business models, positive and negative impacts on society, as well as place it within the context of the Third Industrial Revolution.

AboutRobin Teigland is Associate Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and Program Director for SSE's PhD Program in Business Administration. Robin's research interests reside at the intersection of strategy, technology, and entrepreneurship and focus on how the internet, social media, virtual worlds (3D internet), and other emerging technologies such as 3D printing enable communities to create value outside of a firm’s traditional boundaries as well as challenge long-standing institutional structures. Robin was nominated one of the Global Top 50 Business Professors on Twitter (@robinteigland) in 2013 and 2014. In her free time, she loves to SUP (stand up paddle) on her Von Orange board in the Stockholm archipelago. For more information, see

LiteraturePlease take a look at these articles (available in Bilda):
- Benkler, Y. (2002). Coase's Penguin, or, Linux and" The Nature of the Firm". Yale Law Journal, 369-446.
- Botsman, R., & Rogers, R. (2010). Beyond zipcar: Collaborative consumption. Harvard Business Review, 88(10), 30.
- Keymolen, E. (2013). Trust and technology in collaborative consumption. Why it is not just about you and me. Bridging distances in technology and regulation, 135.
- You are furthermore encouraged to read about the benefits and drawbacks of the Sharing Economy and Collaborative Consumption through doing your own online search for relevant articles.

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