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I was invited to speak with Professor Arun Sundararajan‘s “Networks, Crowds and Markets” class on the topic of “Trust and the Sharing Economy.” The discussion focused on current trust ...

I was invited to speak with Professor Arun Sundararajan‘s “Networks, Crowds and Markets” class on the topic of “Trust and the Sharing Economy.” The discussion focused on current trust indicators on collaborative consumption platforms and potential ideas for solving the trust issue currently present.

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  • YochaiBenkler is the Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies at Harvard, and faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society
  • Commercial entity: AirbnbSharing economy: Flickr, YouTube, Craigslist“will dominate the architecture for commerce on the Web”PUBLISHED 2008Lawrence Lessig: Stanford professor and lawyer. Focused on digital intellectual property.
  • Commercial entity: AirbnbSharing economy: Flickr, YouTube, Craigslist“will dominate the architecture for commerce on the Web”PUBLISHED 2008Lawrence Lessig: Stanford professor and lawyer. Focused on digital intellectual property.
  • QUESTION: Anyone participated in collaborative consumption? If so, what’s your experience?
  • QUESTION: Altruism versus value? Why did you participate?
  • Personal story: not being able to decline (b/c search ranking)
  • QUESTION: Has anyone used a site that integrated social connections to improve trust?
  • Lloyd’s: specialist insurance market
  • QUESTION: Has anyone applied for TaskRabbit?
  • Buyers can request checks OR sitters can add checks to their profiles to improve chances
  • connector, interactive, influencer, longtimerQUESTION:Has anyone used of TrustCloud?
  • QUESTION: Who knows their Klout score (roughly)?FOLLOW-UP: Do you try to maintain your Klout score?

Trust and the Sharing Economy Trust and the Sharing Economy Presentation Transcript

  • Trust and theSharing Economy
  • Topics of Interest• Defining sharing economies• Current trust indicators• Solving the trust issue
  • Defining EconomiesCommercial economies: “prices are the primarysource of information about, and incentive for,resource allocation” Sharing economies: “non-price-based socialrelations play those roles.” - Yochai Benkler, “Sharing Nicely” View slide
  • Lessig’s Hybrid EconomyHybrid economies: “one that builds upon both thesharing and commercial economies, one that addsvalue to each … either a commercial entity thataims to leverage value from a sharing economy, orit is a sharing economy that builds a commercialentity to better support its sharing aims” - Lawrence Lessig, “Remix” View slide
  • Three Stages So Far• Purely digital – Flickr, YouTube, forums, communities, etc.• Focused on sharing – Freecycle, Couchsurfing• Driven by value – Airbnb, Skillshare, WhipCar, Spinlister, SnapGoods
  • The Rise of a New Term…Collaborative consumption: “an economicmodel based onsharing, swapping, bartering, trading or rentingaccess to products as opposed to ownership” - Wikipedia
  • What Can You Share?
  • Altruism vs. Value
  • When Trust Fails
  • Airbnb Aims To Fix It• $50,000 Host Guarantee• Address verification• 24/7 hotline• Social verification dashboard• And a whole lot more…
  • Transparent Profiles
  • Integrating the Social Graph
  • Airbnb’s Social Connections
  • Bespoke Insurance• Insurance for unusual items• Love Home Swap is working with Lloyd’s to develop insurance for housing swaps
  • TaskRabbit: An Intense Application• Essays• Video Interview (OVIA screening platform)• Criminal background check – SSN, name, address – National, state, local levels
  • Sittercity: Many Profile Checks
  • TaskRabbit: Leaderboards
  • Done.com: Credit Card Verification
  • TrustCloud: A Reputation System• Mission: help users understand and leverage online trust they’ve built in the sharing economy• Immediately accessible, portable, objective, transparent, secure
  • TrustCloud’s Methodology• Data vapor: transparency, consistency, longevity – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+• Virtuous data: credible, reliable, helpful – Yelp, TripAdvisor, Quora
  • What about Influence?• Klout: standard measurement of influence – measures network size, posting frequency, amplification – 1-100 scale
  • The Influence Wars• Kred enters the area – Influence: 1-1000 score based on retweets, followers, replies – Outreach: 1-10 score on generosity; rewards actions, interactions with others
  • Kred Scores are Transparent• Kred shows users an “Activity Statement”
  • Online Meets Offline• Kred lets users pull in “Offline Kred”
  • Influence vs. Reputation• Doesn’t account for negative feedback – 400 negative @mentions = 400 positive @mentions• Quantity over quality – Network size – Posting frequency – Responses
  • Solving the Trust Issue• Incorporating transparent profiles• Integrating the social graph• Developing bespoke insurance• Implementing screening processes• Ranking users on a leaderboard• Verifying buyer credibility• Creating a reputation system• Pulling in offline credibility
  • How can wesolve the trust problem?