Examining temporary disposition and acquisition in peer-to-peer renting

  title={Examining temporary disposition and acquisition in peer-to-peer renting},
  author={H E Gardiner Philip and Lucie K. Ozanne and Paul W. Ballantine},
  journal={Journal of Marketing Management},
  pages={1310 - 1332}
Abstract This study examines the nature of temporary disposition and acquisition in the context of online peer-to-peer (P2P) renting. Although renting is becoming increasingly popular, little is known about the phenomenon as practised between peers. P2P renting is a form of non-ownership access that enables renters to temporarily access goods, but also provides those that rent the ability to temporarily dispose of their possessions. Theoretically driven thematic analysis identifies that P2P… 

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