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Peer-to-Peer Accommodation Networks

DOI: 10.23912/9781911396512-3454

ISBN: 9781911396512

Published: December 2017

Component type: book

Abstract

Not in our wildest dreams would we have imagined, a decade ago, that providers of short-term accommodation would regularly refuse to sell rooms to tourists despite having a vacancy; that thousands of tourists and residents displaced due to a cyclone or an earthquake would be offered emergency accommodation in people’s homes at no cost, with one click of a button; that tourist accommodation would compete with residential rental properties to the point of pushing residents out of their own cities; or that facilitators of online trading platforms would use their direct access to millions of people around the globe to push for societal changes, such as marriage equality. The effects of peer-to-peer accommodation networks entering the hospitality sector have surpassed our wildest dreams. Peer-to-peer accommodation networks are pushing boundaries we did not even know existed.

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Dolnicar, 2017

Dolnicar, S. (2017) Peer-to-Peer Accommodation Networks. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers http://dx.doi.org/10.23912/9781911396512-3454

Chapters

Chapter 1 Unique Features of the Networks (Dolnicar)

Chapter 2 The Sharing Economy (Reinhold & Dolnicar)

Chapter 3 The Business Model (Reinhold & Dolnicar)

Chapter 4 How Airbnb Creates Value (Reinhold & Dolnicar)

Chapter 5 How Airbnb Captures and Disseminates Value (Reinhold & Dolnicar)

Chapter 6 Airbnb and its Competitors (Hajibaba & Dolnicar)

Chapter 7 Entrepreneurship Opportunities (Sigala & Dolnicar)

Chapter 8 Will Networks Become One-stop Travel Shops? (Gardiner & Dolnicar)

Chapter 9 Filling Infrastructure Gaps (Cvelbar & Dolnicar)

Chapter 10 Facilitating Events (Fairley & Dolnicar)

Chapter 11 Regulatory Reactions Around the World (Hajibaba & Dolnicar)

Chapter 12 Drivers of Price in City Destinations: Vienna (Hrobath, Leisch & Dolnicar)

Chapter 13 Networks in China (Xiang & Dolnicar)

Chapter 14 The Impact on Employment (Forgacs & Dolnicar)

Chapter 15 Types of Network Members (Hardy & Dolnicar)

Chapter 16 Networks and Hosts – a Love-Hate Relationship (Hardy & Dolnicar)

Chapter 17 Socialising New Guests (Dolnicar)

Chapter 18 The Multi-Family Travel Market (Hajibaba & Dolnicar)

Chapter 19 Do Hosts Discriminate? (Hajibaba & Dolnicar)

Chapter 20 Communication-Regulated Social Systems (Goodfellow, Hardy & Dolnicar)

Chapter 21 Helping when Disaster Hits (Hajibaba & Dolnicar)

Chapter 22 Guests with Disabilities (Randle & Dolnicar)

Chapter 23 Political Activism (Hajibaba & Dolnicar)

Chapter 24 Environmental Sustainability (Juvan, Hajibaba & Dolnicar)

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