Sharing and Caring Podcast Series - Episode Four
This is the fourth episode in the Sharing and Caring podcast series. This podcast is a series of interviews and discussions with leading scientists in the collaboration economy. The Sharing and Caring podcast series is produced in association with the COST Action 16121, ‘From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy’ and the University of Nicosia.
Dr. Penny Travlou is lecturer in cultural geography & theory in the Edinburgh School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture at the University of Edinburgh with a PhD in Cultural Geography from Durham University. Her research focuses on social justice, the commons, collaborative practices, emerging networks, feminist methodologies, epistemologies of the South and ethnography. She is the Co-Leader of our Working Group 1 in the Cost Action: From Sharing to Caring: The Socio-technical Impact of Collaborative Economy.
Dr. Dimitris Pettas is a Marie Sklodowska Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Urban and Regional Planning at the Technical University of Berlin. His research interests include the study of: the social production of public space, the development of platform economy and its impact on urban environment, the role of power relations and agency in modes of urban governance and the exploration and comparative analysis of epistemological and ontological approaches concerning the production of urban environment and urban life.
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.LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. PENNY TRAVLOU
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Armin, A. (2009), The Social Economy: International Perspectives on Economic Solidarity, Zed Books.
Kawano, E. (2016), Solidarity Economy: Building an Economy for People & Planet, U.S. Solidarity Economy Network
LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. DIMITRIS PETTAS
Colomb, C. and De Souza T.M. (2021), Regulating Short-Term Rentals. Platform-based property rentals in European cities: the policy debates, London: Property Research Trust.
Srnicek, N. (2016), Platform Capitalism. Polity.