Cities make the sharing economy work. The sharing economy, also commonly referred to as collaborative consumption, encompasses peer-to peer transactions in which providers and consumers share resources and services from housing to vehicles and more. NLC helps city leaders understand and navigate this emerging trend.
|Shifting Perceptions of Collaborative Consumption
NLC's City Survey on the Sharing Economy is a nationwide analysis of the current state of the sharing economy in relation to local governments. This survey has been conducted as a part of NLC's Local Economic Conditions survey, which measures the performance of local economic indicators and drivers of local fiscal health.
Cities, the Sharing Economy, and What's Next
|The Sharing Economy: An Analysis of Current Sentiment Surrounding Homesharing and Ridesharing
This brief analysis presents a typology for measuring the sentiment of cities toward homesharing and ridesharing services, along with findings from cities grappling with issues related to the gradual shift of consumers away from traditional ownership, toward a new form of collaborative consumption.
The Sentiment on Sharing is Shifting (TechCrunch)
Cities Sentiment Towards Sharing Economy is Varied and Evolving (Illinois State League)
Cities Power the Sharing Economy (CityMinded)
A City View of The Sharing Economy (TechCrunch)
The Sharing Economy Advisory Network was created to develop best practices for cities in developing regulations while also allowing sharing economy businesses to expand and operate. For more information, please contact Nicole DuPuis.