Seismic Shifts in the Sharing Economy: Shaking Up Marketing Channels and Supply Chains

@article{Ferrell2017SeismicSI,
  title={Seismic Shifts in the Sharing Economy: Shaking Up Marketing Channels and Supply Chains},
  author={O. C. Ferrell and Linda Ferrell and Kyle A. Huggins},
  journal={Journal of Marketing Channels},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={12 - 3}
}
Our goal is to provide an overview of the sharing economy in the context of marketing channels and supply chains. The use of peer-to-peer disruptive technology is challenging participation in traditional marketing channels. We provide grounded research that explains this new business model and briefly examines key issues that firms in this new marketing channel face. Some of the issues include access versus ownership, the role of independent contractors, and regulatory issues. We position the… 
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