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The Similarities and Differences of Car Sharing Companies in Russia, US and EU

Student: Shamkhan Arsabiev

Supervisor: Olga Konstantinovna Oyner

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Business (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The studying of sharing economy businesses seems a challenging task, because such forms of economic relations are relatively novel and unceasingly changing with development of mobile technologies. In this paper, we shall attempt to thoroughly explore a diversity of sharing economy businesses to distinguish main patterns, constraints and ways of its extension. The first part of the paper is dedicated to the study of different approaches towards defining the sharing economy, and particularly, the car-sharing phenomenon, ways its of development, current constraints and others aspects. The papers belong to quoted specialists in sharing economy sphere in general and particularly in car sharing business, amongst other authors, R. Botsman, D. Woscow, P. Goudin, Van Welsum, Quinones, João E. Gat. The analytical part focuses on comparison of implementation of car-sharing business model and remarkable car sharing business cases in Russia, The United States and European Union

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