Anna Bernasek

New York Times

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Author of The Economics of Integrity: From Dairy Farmers to Toyota, How Wealth Is Built on Trust and What That Means for Our Future, she writes the "Datapoints" column at the New York Times

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Welcome to what's called "collaborative consumption" with Internet companies like  Airbnb ,  RelayRides ,  Liquid Space  and  TaskRabbit .

The Rise of the Sharing Economy

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The consumer economy is facing a challenge from what’s called the “sharing economy”—a new way of introducing people who own things to people who need to use them.

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The consumer economy is facing a challenge from what’s called the “sharing economy”—a new way of introducing people who own things to people who need to use them.

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