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L iterature Belk, R. (2007). Why not share rather than own? Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science , 611 , 126-140. Bostman, R. (2013). The Sharing Economy Lacks A Shared Definition . Retrieved from Botsman, R. (2015). Defining The Sharing Economy: What Is Collaborative Consumption – And What Isn’t? Retrieved from


Development of sharing economy has brought new opportunities to the development of green logistics. Pallet pooling is a typical type of sharing economy. It has been recently promoted in almost every country in the world. Researchers have reached a common agreement that establishing an effective pallet pool is of great importance to the pallets use efficiency. It is also believed that the implementation of pallet pool will substantially contribute to the economic and social development. Detailed analysis of pallet pooling such as benefit analysis, mode choose, pallet allocation model & algorithm, quality control, etc. are discussed in this paper. Based on literature review, several important problems are listed for future study. These problems are information management, supply chain management, rental pricing, pallets tracking and allocation, quality control, sustainable development (carbon emissions), and “internet plus pallet pooling”. Some suggestions on China’s pallet pooling development are proposed as well.

). , as well as from the point of view of the customer ( Kronenberg & Bergier, 2010 ; Vezzoli et al., 2014 ). The concept of sharing economy also brings new opportunities for manufacturers of material products due to the development of digital technologies ( Grybaitė & Stankevičienė, 2018 ). In consequence, services gained more importance as a crucial component of the final offer of manufacturing companies. On the other hand, the idea of and the need for change arise inside the company. Building innovative strategies and evaluation of the business model determine the

alternative fuels. The sharing economy solutions, such as car-sharing, car-pooling and bike-sharing, has become very popular in cities. Thus, Basaric et al. examined findings of user satisfaction surveys, impacts of bike-sharing on modal split and the emissions of pollutants ( Basaric et al., 2012 ). Glotz-Richter created arguments for car-sharing. Local governments should develop park&ride and bike&ride as well as encourage people to cycle and walk ( Glotz-Richter, 2012 ). De Stasio noted that urban mobility plans were important documents of urban transport policy ( de

value chain. This kind of network makes it possible to use local and global information for more effective business decision-making. This way, participants of the ecosystem are given a chance to make autonomous decisions based on generally available data. Naturally, trust is another aspect mentioned in the open and sharing economy theory, which is important here as well. Strengthening the sense of trust between partners is one of the challenges posed for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. To overcome this challenge and build strong relationships based on mutual trust

Urbanization ASIA 10 1 13 – 30 10.1177/0975425318821797 Mizielińska-Chmielewska, M. (2018). Inteligentne miasta podążają za modelem ekonomii współdzielenia Smart Cities follow the sharing economy model Retrieved from Mizielińska-Chmielewska M. 2018 Inteligentne miasta podążają za modelem ekonomii współdzielenia Smart Cities follow the sharing economy model Retrieved from http

from [12 March 2018]. Geron, T. (2013). Collaborative housing aims to build housing for the sharing economy. Retrieved from [12 March 2018]. Giancaspro, M. (2017). Is ‘smart contract’ really a smart idea? Insights from a legal perspective. Computer Law & Security Review, 33 (6), 825–35. Hamari, J., Sjöklint, M., & Ukkonen, A. (2016). The sharing economy: Why people participate in collaborative consumption. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67 (9), 2047–59. Housing Europe. (2015