Davide Arcidiacono and Mike Duggan (2019), Sharing Mobilities. Questioning Our Right to the City in the Collaborative Economy, London-New York: Routledge.


For Book Reviews Abstract is not required

DOI Code: 10.1285/i20356609v13i2p1232


Agatz N., Erera A., Savelsbergh M. and Wang X. (2012), “Optimization for dynamic ride-sharing: A review”, European Journal of Operational Research, 223: 295-303.

Agyeman J., Bullard R. and Evans B. (eds) (2003), Just Sustainabilities: Development in an Unequal World, Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

Amey A.M., Attanucci J. and Mishalani R. (2011), “Real-time ridesharing: Opportunities and challenges in using mobile phone technology to improve rideshare services”, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2217: 103-110.

Arcidiacono D. and Pais I. (2018), “Think mobility over: A survey on Car2go users in Milan”, in Bruglieri M. (ed.), Multi-disciplinary Design of Sharing Services, London: Springer, pp. 143-159.

Armstrong H., Gorst C. and Rae J. (2019), Renewing Regulation: Anticipatory Regulation in an Age of Disruption, London: Nesta.

Arvidsson A. (2018), “Value and virtue in the sharing economy”, The Sociological Review, 66(2): 289-301.

Balaram B. (2016), Fair Share: Reclaiming Power in the Sharing Economy, London: RSA.

Bardhi F. and Eckhardt G.M. (2012), “Access-based consumption: The case of car sharing”, Journal of Consumer Research, 39(4): 881-898

Beck U. (2017), La metamorfosi del mondo, Bari-Roma: Laterza.

Belk R. (2014), “Sharing versus pseudo-sharing in Web 2.0”, Anthropologist, 18(1): 7-23.

Bingham-Hall J. (2016), Future of Cities: Commoning and Collective Approaches to Urban Space, London: Government Office for Science.

Boltanski L. and Chiappello E. (1999), Le nouvel esprit du capitalism, Paris: Gallimard.

Calo R. and Rosenblat A. (2017), “The taking economy: Uber, information, and power”, Columbia Law Review, 117: 1623-1690.

Chan N.K. (2019), “The rating game: The discipline of Uber’s user-generated ratings”, Surveillance & Society, 17(1/2): 183-190

Chan N.D. and Shaheen S.A. (2012), “Ridesharing in North America: Past, present, and future”, Transport Reviews, 32(1): 93-112.

Clewlow R. and Mishra G., (2017), Disruptive Transportation: The Adoption, Utilization, and Impacts of Ride-Hailing in the United States. Berkeley: Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Research Report UCD- ITS-RR-17-07.

Cohen M.J. (2012), “The future of automobile society: A socio-technical transitions perspective”, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 24(4): 377-390.

Daconto L. (2017), “Mobilità quotidiana e inclusione nel lavoro: sfida dell’accessibilità e politiche urbane”, in D. Bidussa D. E. Polizzi (eds.), Agenda Milano. Ricerche e pratiche per una città inclusiva, Milano: Fondazione Feltrinelli EPub.

Fainstein S. (2001), “Competitiveness, cohesion and governance: Their implications for social justice”, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 25: 884-888.

Farajallah M., Hammond R.G. and Pénard T. (2016), “What drives pricing behavior in peer-to-peer markets? Evidence from the Carsharing Platform BlaBlaCar. Evidence from the Carsharing Platform Blablacar”, Economics Working Paper Archive (University of Rennes 1 & University of Caen) from Center for Research in Economics and Management (CREM), available at:


Ferguson E. (1997), “The rise and fall of the American carpool: 1970–1990”, Transportation, 24(4): 349-376.

Frenken K. and Schor J. (2017), “Putting the sharing economy into perspective”, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 23: 3-10.

Furuhata M., Dessouky M. Ordóñez F., Brunet M.E., Wang X., and Koenig S., (2013), “Ridesharing: The state-of-the-art and future directions”, Transportation Research 57: 28-46.

Global e-Sustainability Initiative (2008), SMART 2020: Enabling the Low Carbon Economy in the Information Age, Washington: United States Report.

Harvey D. (2013), Rebel Cities: from the Right to the City to Urban Revolution, London: Verso.

Hearn A. (2016), “Structuring feeling: Web 2.0, online ranking and rating, and the digital “reputation” economy”, Ephemera. Theory & Politics in Organization, 10(3/4): 421-438.

IEA (2009), Transport, Energy and CO2. Moving Toward Sustainability, Paris: International Energy Agency.

IEA (2012), Energy Technology Perspectives 2012. Pathways to a Clean Energy System, Paris: International Energy Agency.

Johal S. and Zon N. (2015), Policymaking for the Sharing Economy: Beyond Whack-a-Mole, Toronto: Mowat Centre.

Kesselring S., Freudendal-Pedersen M. and Zuev D. (2020), “Sharing Mobilities and the Mobile Risk Society. An Introduction”, in S. Kesselring, M. Freudendal-Pedersen, D. Zuev (eds.), Sharing Mobilities: New Perspectives for the Mobile Risk Society, London, Routledge, pp. 1-16.

Kitchin R., Lauriault T.P. and McArdle G. (2017), Data and the City, Abingdon: Routledge.

Lefebvre H. (1968), Le droit á la ville, Paris: Anthropos.

MAPC (2018), Fare Choices. A Survey of Ride-Hailing Passengers in Metro-Boston, available at: www.mapc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/ Fare-Choices-MAPC.pdf.

Martin E.W. and Shaheen S.A., (2011), “Greenhouse gas emission impacts of carsharing in North America”, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 12(4): 1074-1086.

McLaren D. and Agyeman J. (2015), Sharing cities: a case for truly smart and sustainable cities, Boston: MIT Press.

Nikolaeva A., Adey P., Cresswell T., Lee J.Y., Nóvoa A. and Temenos C. (2019), “Commoning mobility: Towards a new politics of mobility transitions”, Transactions for the Institute of British Geographers.

OECD (2006), Decoupling the Environmental Impacts from Transport from Economic Growth, Paris: OECD.

Pais I. and Provasi G. (2015), “Sharing economy: A step towards “re-embedding” the economy?”, Stato e Mercato, 105(3): 347-377.

Pasquale F. (2015), The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms that Control Money and Information, Boston: Harvard University Press.

Pojani D. and Stead D. (2017), “The urban transport crisis in emerging economies: An Introduction”, in D. Pojani and D. Stead (eds.), The urban transport crisis in emerging economies, Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, pp. 1-10.

Price J., DeMaio P. and Hamilton C. (2006). Arlington Carshare Program: 2006 Report.

Rosenblat A. (2018), Uberland: How Algorithms Are Rewriting the Rules of Work, Berkley: University of California Press.

Rosenblat A., Levy K., Barocas S. and Hwang T. (2016), “Discriminating tastes: Uber’s customer ratings as vehicles for workplace discrimination”, Policy and Internet, 9(3): 256-279.

Rubin O. (2015), “Contact between parents and adult children: The role of time constraints, commuting and automobility”, Journal of Transport Geography, 49: 76-84.

Scholz T. and Schneider N. (eds.) (2017), Ours to Hack and to Own: The Rise of Platform Cooperativism, a New Vision for the Future of Work and a Fairer Internet, New York: OR books.

Schor J.B., Attwood-Charles W., Cansoy M., Ladegaard I. and Wengronowitz R. (2018), Dependence and Precarity in the Sharing Economy, available at: https://cirhr.library.utoronto.ca/sites/cirhr-edit.library.utoronto.ca/files/ sefton_lectures/seftonwilliamslecture_4th_2018_schor.pdf.

Schor J. and Fitzmaurice C. (2015), “Collaborating and connecting: The emergence of the sharing economy”, in L. Reisch and J. Thøgersen (eds.), Handbook of Research on Sustainable Consumption, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 410-425.

Setiffi F. and Lazzer G.P. (2018), “Riding free riders? A study of the phenomenon of BlaBlaCar in Italy”, in I. Cruz, R. Ganga and S. Wahlen (eds.), Contemporary Collaborative Consumption. Trust and Reciprocity Revisited, Verlag: Springer.

Sheller M. (2018), Mobility Justice: The Politics of Movement in an Age of Extremes, London: Verso.

Sheller M. and Urry J. (2006), “The new mobilities paradigm”, Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 38(2): 207-226.

Srnicek N. (2016), Platform Capitalism, London: Polity Press.

Steenhoven J., Burale I., Toye V. and Buré C. (2016), Shifting Perspectives: Redesigning Regulation for the Sharing Economy, Toronto: MaRS Solution Lab.

Stocker A., Lazarus J., Becker D. and Shaheen S. (2016), “Effects on vehicle use and ownership, travel behavior, quality of life, and environmental impacts”, Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC), available at: http://innovativemobility.org/wp-content/uploads/ Zipcar-College-Market-Study-2015.pdf

Sundararajan A. (2016), The Sharing Economy: The End of Employment and the Rise of Crowd-Based Capitalism, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Susha I., Janssen M. and Verhulst S. (2017), “Data collaboratives as a new frontier of cross-sector partnerships in the age of open data: Taxonomy development”, Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, in Waikoloa, Hawaii, pp. 2691-2700.

Urry J. (2000), Sociology beyond Society, Mobilities for the 21st Century, London: Routledge.

Urry J. (2004), “The ‘System’ of Automobility”, Theory, Culture & Society, 21 (4-5): 25-39.

Verlinghieria E. and Venturini F. (2018), “Exploring the right to mobility through the 2013 mobilizations in Rio de Janeiro”, Journal of Transport Geography, 67: 126-136.

Wilhelms M., Henkel S. and Falk T. (2016), “To earn is not enough: A means end analysis to uncover peer-providers’ participation motives in peer-to- peer car-sharing”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 125: 38-47.

Witt A., Suzor N.P. and Patrik W. (2015), “Regulating ridesharing in the peer economy”, Communication Research & Practice, 1(2): 174-190.

World Bank (2014), Supporting Reports II – Urban China, Washington, DC.

Full Text: PDF


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribuzione - Non commerciale - Non opere derivate 3.0 Italia License.