The Rise of the Sharing Economy

The “Sharing Economy” is a complex phenomenon that has disrupted industries and transformed how we live and work, but experts can’t even agree on what to call it. Lawyers, public policy experts, academics and workers weigh in to define this dynamic phenomenon and to discuss legal and regulatory issues that emerge as these platforms play an increasingly role in our society.

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As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker.


Regulating Rideshare: Uber & Lyft in Austin, TX

The Rise of the Sharing Economy

What’s Yours Is Mine: Against the Sharing Economy by Tom Slee review – the problem with Airbnb and Uber

How Should Ridesharing Be Regulated?

The Whatchamacallit Economy

Racism is built into sharing economy, and startups can do little about it


Produced by:
– Tyler Lowe
– Matt Wood

Written by:
– Tyler Lowe

Director of Photography:
– Benjamin Gaskell

Edited by:
– Flatland

On-Set Director:
– Kirby Voss

Line Producer:
– JP Mandarino

Associate Producers:
– Samantha Schroeder
– Daniel T. Richards

2nd Unit DP:
– Matt Wood

– Flatland

– Mark Belcher
– Chase Gibon

Assistant Camera:
– Matt Wood (1st Unit)
– Todd Nash (2nd Unit)

Production Assistants:
– Varvara Degtiarenko
– Lucy Augustine
– Louis Watt
– Michelle Millette

Music by:
– The License Lab


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Comment (3)

  1. How can we have an economy that shares without using cell phones and computers that also is a benefit to local governments. Do you plan to do away with local government? They do serve a purpose. They are needed.