Use the Construction Industry Model to Regulate the Sharing Economy

Welcome back from vacation.  To ease you back into the workday routine, I want to share a post I wrote for RegBlog, the blog of the University of Pennsylvania Program on Regulation, about regulating sharing economy companies like Uber, Lyft and Airbnb. 

In short, the most efficient route to regulating these companies is tweaking existing regulatory structures to accommodate these new models.  This has been the model for years in the construction industry--residential construction is regulated under the same scheme as commercial construction, but with different requirements. 

You can read the whole post here...

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