Interview with Professor Yusaf Akbar on Sharing Economy
Interview with Professor Yusaf Akbar on Sharing Economy
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January 13, 2017

Professor Yusaf Akbar’s article on the leading news portal of Hungary, 

The collaborative economy, commonly termed the Sharing Economy, is allowing society to reconsider almost everything we do. In the era of late capitalism, it's redefining consumption, production, finance and learning. Fundamentally, it achieves this by moving human activity from being based around ownership towards one based on access. Yusaf Akbar, Associate Professor of Management and International Business at CEU Business School, shared his views in an opinion piece on how sharing economy services like Airbnb or Uber will change our lives.

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