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Technology at service_communities_senabre

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Presentation made by Enric Senabre during the GSEF 2016 in Montréal

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Technology at service_communities_senabre

  1. 1. Bridging the collaborative economy and the social economy: technological implications Enric Senabre Hidalgo @esenabre Digital Commons Research Group Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3) - Open University of Catalonia Member of BarCola & Procomuns.net
  2. 2. Node about Collaborative Economy and Commons Based Peer Production
  3. 3. v Procomuns: from event to community & policies
  4. 4. Few examples: Hybridization: growth of “sharing economy” KEY MARKET FORCES SOCIETAL DRIVERS ● Desire to connect ● Sustainable mindset ● Pupulation dynamics ECONOMIC DRIVERS ● Financial climate ● Unttaped idle rerources ● Startups heavily funded TECHNOLOGY ENABLERS ● Internet of everything ● Mobile technologies ● Social networks 2015: aggregate turnover reached by “sharing economy” businesses = 28 billion €
  5. 5. Hybridization: growth of “sharing economy”
  6. 6. Expansion to more areas of activity
  7. 7. Platform cooperativism " Worker–owned cooperatives could design their own apps-based platforms, fostering truly peer-to-peer ways of providing services and things" Trebor Scholz
  8. 8. Platform cooperativism Platform cooperativism
  9. 9. Platform cooperativism
  10. 10. Platform cooperativism
  11. 11. Platform cooperativism Platform cooperativism http://platformcoop.net/2016
  12. 12. Some reflections and steps FOR SOCIAL ECONOMY ACTORS ● Will need to explore innovation from startups at digital market levels ● Can provide more “membership” and less “usership” to sharing economy ● Pay attention to “real sharing” elements: open source and open data FOR POLICY MAKERS ● Move from regulation to promotion of economic alternatives ● Forget the “unicorn” model and support coop values for incubation ● Support more dissemination, collaboration and research

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