Debating the Role of Public Policy in Regulating the Sharing Economy

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The sharing economy has grown so swiftly in recent years that governments around the world have struggled to keep tabs on int.

PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates that the five biggest sectors in the category generated a whopping $15 billion in 2013, and that number will grow to $335 billion by 2025.

As the breakneck growth continues, what is the responsibility of governments over these increasingly pervasive companies?

While there is little agreement on the answer, both sides of the argument raise valid concerns about where the sharing economy is headed in the coming years.

To learn more, check out the infographic below created by the Ohio University Online Master of Public Administration program.

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