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Symposium on the Sharing Economy: Can the Sharing Economy Be Regulated?

This panel discussion explores the question of whether the sharing economy can be regulated. The discussion took place at the University of Minnesota’s Initiative on the Sharing Economy Conference In Minneapolis on May 16th and 17th, 2016, and included experts on the topic from academia, city governments and private industry.

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