2016-06-17 09:06 新加坡国立大学东亚研究所
原文标题：To Uberize or Not to Uberize? Opportunities and Challenges in Southeast Asia’s Sharing Economy
The impact of the sharing economy has been enormous, affecting most dramatically, industries such as transportation, accommodation, retail, logistics, e-commerce and tourism.
The Southeast Asian countries that are most ready to engage with this include Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
Key drivers of the sharing economy include ICT infrastructure and usage, demographics, tourist arrivals and consumer preferences. However, the disruptive effects of the sharing economy has provoked calls for greater government intervention.
Governments have treaded carefully to avoid over-regulating the sharing economy due to evidence of consumer gains and preferences, on-going evolution of related markets and the emergence of new stakeholders.
There is a need for governments to undertake comprehensive studies on the potential of the sharing economy and device ways to incentivise participation in it.
to uberize or not to uberize.pdf