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1 Introduction Sharing economy is a modern trend of the 21st century, which is based on new technologies. It is expanding across the world unpredictably fast, spreading from the digital to the physical urban world [ McLaren and Agyeman, 2015 ; World Economic Forum (WEF), 2017 ]. Although different forms of cooperation in the production and consumption of goods have been observed in various civilizations over the centuries, sharing is now becoming a convenience rather than a survival mechanism [ Belk, 2018 ]. The term “sharing economy” has recently become popular

References April R. (2013). Circular Economy Innovation & New Business Models Initiative. Young Global Leaders Sharing Economy Working Group Position paper 2013. Retrieve on October 5, 2016, from https://thecirculars.org/documents/04%20Sharing%20Economy%20Paper.pdf Bocker, L., & Meelen, T. (2017). Sharing for people, planet or profit? Analysing motivations for intended sharing economy participation. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions , 23 , 28-39. Botsman, R. (2015) ‘Defining the Sharing Economy: What is Collaborative consumption-and What isn

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. In addition, income is found to be a significant moderator in the relationship between risk and uncertainty perception and recommendation intentions. The research also demonstrates that there is no significant difference between male and female young tourist’s loyalty intention. The paper concludes with several practical suggestions for tourism entrepreneurs and destinations. The fourth article is dedicated to the so-called sharing economy – an increasingly important new trend covering activities of individuals, social groups, and enterprises as well as local and

forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience among researchers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and students. The discussions during the conference were focused around several important topics related to new phenomena in the global economy, including shifts in economic centers, globalization, global value chains, international migration, trade agreements, sharing economy, development of information technologies, international expansion of enterprises, and use of the Internet. Particular attention was devoted to integration and disintegration

sharing economy is rapidly being developed [ Taeihagh, 2017 ]. Crowdsourcing is continuously evolving and a variety of its forms are emerging [ Prpić 2016 ; Prpić and Shukla, 2016 ]. It can be carried out in two ways: by “proprietary crowds” that organizations foster through their own in-house platforms or by using “third-party crowdsourcing platforms” that provide the required IT infrastructure and “built-in crowds” as a paid service. Apart of external crowdsourcing through contests, internal crowdsourcing is used and is a part of an overall innovation capability