This article is a shortened version of a data release by Airbnb that demonstrates the impact of the automated limit installed after the MoU that was signed December 2016.
This research investigates how accommodation providers, platform operators, and consumers play their part in the framing of social, economic, and environmental sustainability of accommodation sharing
This study explains why people choose to use the short-stay platform Airbnb.
Analytical paper on market access requirements in the short-term accommodation rental sector in Barcelona, Berlin and Amsterdam.
This research argues that Airbnb should be held liable for limited actions of hosts that are consistent with the externalities typically associated with transient home sharing.
This paper explains the case of home-sharing, the nature of the national restrictions implemented in three beforehand selected cities with different regulatory frameworks: Brussels, Stockholm, and Bu
Analytical paper on liability issues in the short-term accommodation rental sector in Barcelona, Paris and Amsterdam.
Analytical paper on market access requirements in the short-term accommodation rental sector in Paris, Rome, Milan and London.
This study from Euromonitor outlines the drivers behind the growth in the travel sharing economy.
Using Airbnb as a test case, this study by Edelman et al. contributes to a small but growing body of literature suggesting that racial discrimination persists in online platforms.